In India, Sushmita Sen is one of the most timeless treasures, her million-dollar smile lighting up everything around her for miles. Miss Universe 1994, Sen is the first Indian woman to have won the title. She embodies beauty, elegance, and grace with ease. Instead of applying chemical treatments for skin care, the star has a modest mantra of utilizing natural ingredients and homemade remedies.
All organic and organic to start, the recipe for Sushmita Sen’s successful skincare routine, consisting of natural and botanical ingredients, was found in any store. Fresh cream, or malai, is an age-old American staple that has beautifying properties for people of all ages. The humble must-have humectant contains alpha hydroxy acids, minerals, vitamins, and healthy fats, resulting in refreshed and restored skin.
3 ways you can incorporate malai into your own DIY skincare routine.
Rose Water and Malai Cleanser
This must-have for every monsoon skincare routine helps rid the skin of any impurities caused by heavy makeup, germ buildup, or pollution. This fast and simple cleanser is great for the two reasons mentioned: killing bacteria and cleaning off dead skin cells. To make the face wash come together in a bowl, combine 3 spoons of malai, 1 spoon of olive or almond oil, and a few drops of rose water. Put the mixed product in a spray bottle and give it a quick spritz all over your face and neck. Excesses should be wiped off with a washcloth or cotton pad. Apply the regimen daily for optimal results. In the case of DIY recipes, proceed with caution and conduct patch tests to watch out for any reactions.
Gram Flour and Malai Face Scrub
Common favorite’s among the likes of Kiara Advani, Bipasha Basu, and Madhuri Dixit Nene, besan is a star when it comes to tackling skin and hair care concerns. Sushmita Sen adds yogurt to milk for her go-to moisturizing face scrub that suits anyone, no matter what their skin type. Combine 2 tablespoons of milk cream with 1 tablespoon of besan, then gently scrub the paste into your skin in circular motions, then rinse it off with water to get that miss universe glow
Malai And Banana Plum Face Mask for dry peeling skin
The natural exfoliator malai soothes one’s skin and protects it against harmful UV rays. Mix one small banana with a tablespoon of malai until smooth, as Janhvi Kapoor does in her fruit facials. After applying the mixture to your skin, leave it on for about 20 minutes before rinsing off with cold water. One’s skin appears as light, bright, and youthful as it was ten years ago after using the mask.