Sonam Kapoor swears by these DIY face packs for her glowing skin

Published on:1 July 2021, 17:30pm IST
Bollywood beauty Sonam Kapoor is known for her flawless skin and gorgeous tresses, but did you know she’s a big fan of DIY face packs? Read on to know all about her skincare secrets.
Geetika Sachdev
Use these DIY face masks to get beautiful skin like Sonam Kapoor. Image courtesy: Sonam Kapoor | Facebook
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Most women desire porcelain smooth skin that looks nothing but flawless! If there’s one actress who can captivate anyone with her gorgeous skin and hair, it is Sonam Kapoor. And you’ll be surprised to know that she’s a big fan of DIY beauty hacks. Yes, you heard it right! Sonam loves pampering her skin with face masks, and we can’t blame her.

In her recent Instagram video titled ‘Vanity Vignettes’, Sonam has shared some of her favourite face masks that are made from natural ingredients, and show effective results. 

Here’s what she wrote,” On days I wanna pamper my skin and have no mood to step out, I take things into my own hands! 🧖‍♀️🛁 My secret for a no-fuss and hydrating face mask is now yours”

Check it out for yourself:


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So without further ado, let’s tell you about the masks. Ready to find out?

Try out these DIY masks recommended by Sonam
1. Haldi and besan

Most women in India turn to besan or gram flour for their skincare needs. For this mask, mix besan, sandalwood powder, rose water, milk and haldi. Mix it well and apply it on your face. Let it dry for some time, and then rub it off. You are sure to get gorgeous skin in no time! 

Sonam says that this mixture works well as a great face mask and scrub, especially since it is loaded with antioxidants. It tightens and moisturises the skin, and helps in adding an extra glow. For those who want extra hydration, honey is a good addition. 

2. Multani mitti or green clay

This face mask works well to get rid of zits and impurities, and especially rejuvenates the skin after a tough night. It helps to draw out all the impurities, says Sonam. 

“ I put it on my back as well, since it cools my body down. It cools my stomach as well,” she adds.   

Geetika Sachdev Geetika Sachdev

An independent writer and journalist, Geetika loves sharp and fresh humour, just like her coffee! If not writing, you'll find her cafe-hopping and raiding the best book stores in town.