Lemon is a rich source of vitamin C. It also boosts cell renewal, controls sebum production, and make the skin more firm and toned. The lemon has extensive use in the cosmetic industry in making oils, creams, and lotions. You can use lemon juice, zest, or dried peel to make a face mask. Take 1 teaspoon chickpea flour, 2 teaspoon curd, half teaspoon lemon juice, and zest of one lemon. Mix all ingredients properly and apply on face, dark knuckles or other dark patches of your body for 20 minutes rinse with water.
Tomatoes are high in lycopene that combats cell damage, skin inflammation and helps in shrinking large pores, curing acne, treat sunburn, and rejuvenate dull skin. Its extract is widely used in many lotions, sunscreen, and skincare products. You can make a skin toner by mixing 1 teaspoon tomato juice with 1 teaspoon cucumber juice. Apply this liquid on your face with a cotton ball, rinse with water after 15 minutes, and apply a non-greasy moisturizer.
The neem oil contains limonoids, antioxidants, vitamin E, and calcium that works in treating wrinkled skin, scars, acne, and in promoting collagen production. Take fresh neem leaves and boil them in 1-liter water, till the color changes to green. Let the water cool to room temperature and use it to wash your face, The anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties of neem infused water are going to make your skin acne-free and less oily with frequent use.