Try this Gram Flour face mask for radiant skin. Jayshree, the amazing beautician who threads my eyebrows (and has done so for the last 8 or so years) recommended this amazing face mask as a magic solution for tired skin.
The Gram flour acts as both a cleanser and face mask, and leaves my skin feeling cleaner, much smoother and plumper – as though I’ve had an £80 facial in a Mayfair salon. The best news is that a bag of Gram flour only costs £1 so you can make dozens of masks for the price of a bag of flour, and also mix up enough to use on other areas of troublesome skin without worrying about the cost. I also use it on my neck, chest and upper back.
Mix 3 tablespoons of gram flour with 2 tablespoons of milk to make a smooth paste. Apply to clean, dry skin and leave until 10-15 minutes until the face pack dries and begins to flake off. Use a moist flannel to remove the mask, pat the skin dry with a soft towel and apply moisturiser.