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How to make homemade Ghee Turmeric cream

Mar 30, 2024

Piyali Bhadra

Benefits of ghee and turmeric on the face

The ingredients when mixed make a natural and nutrient-rich face pack that provides an instant facial glow and is one of the best home remedies for skin.

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Homemade ghee with turmeric cream ingredients

One should just require 500 grams of organic butter without salt and 1 teaspoon of natural turmeric powder. You can also directly take natural ghee and then start with the process.

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How to make it?

Use a ladle with a deep bottom and melt the butter or pour ghee directly into the utensil and then add the turmeric powder. Next, prepare a bowl and use a clean strainer with a thin cloth above it. As you will notice small bubbles inside the mixture, merely take it out and let it cool down for some time.

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Cooling down process

As the mixture will return to normal room temperature, take it and keep it inside the fridge, and apply the cream layer every day to see the results.

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What is ghee?

Ghee is clarified butter which transforms into a food with innumerable benefits. Keep in mind to have a natural glow on your facial skin, opt for an organic butter of the finest quality and then convert it into ghee.

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Benefits of turmeric on the face

It is safe to use turmeric on your face every day as it contains anti-inflammatory properties and is an antioxidant with healing properties that help to improve the appearance of your skin.

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Benefits of ghee on the face

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