It is natural to have water in the mouth after taking the name of tamarind. It is mainly used in South Indian dishes. So many people also prefer to eat mango directly to enjoy the sour-sweet taste. But did you know that you can use it on the face? Now if you are wondering what is the question, then let me tell you that Ambi not only enhances the taste but also plays a very important role in making your skin dryness free and pimple free through face pack. Here’s how the Ambli facepack is prepared and how it can be used.
Mango Papaya Face Pack
To make a face pack of mango and papaya, soak mangoes for a few hours. Then mash it, remove the seeds and throw them and separate the pulp. Now take a big piece of papaya and grind it in a mixer. Now take one tablespoon of mango pulp and the same amount of papaya pulp and mix both well. Now apply this pack on the face and neck and keep it for 20-25 minutes. Then massage for a minute or two and then wash off with plain water.
Mango curd face pack
To make a face pack of amli and curd, soak the cooked amli in lukewarm water for a night. The next day, separate the mango paste by removing its seeds and make a paste by adding a spoonful of curd to its pulp. Now apply this pack on the face and neck and leave it for 20 minutes. Then clean it by massaging lightly on the face for 1-2 minutes.
mango-lemon face pack
You can also use a face pack of ambergris and lemon to protect your skin from dryness and pimples. For this also you can soak mango and remove its seeds and add a spoonful of lemon juice to it.