Tamannaah Bhatia’s Solution For Pimples Might Sound Gross, But She Says It Works
Thanks to coronavirus, we haven’t had a chance to wear makeup. Or wait, we’ve had a chance to wear makeup but we’ve been to the hall, at the max wearing a snatched face. So obviously, most of us have turned to skincare as a way to pamper ourselves. My skincare routine has been quite indulgent but of course, the occasional pimple does pop up. But instead of fiddling with it, this time I am going to try what Tamannaah Bhatia has suggested.
Tamannaah Bhatia was revealing her skincare secrets in an interview when she mentioned how it might be gross but morning saliva works very well to dry out a pimple. Tamannaah Bhatia has glowy, radiant skin and if the skincare goddess herself tells us what saliva works on a pimple, who are we refute it?
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A quick look through her Instagram is proof that her skin, even sans makeup looks pretty flawless. And she says that a good lifestyle is imperative for this. Sleeping well is the only way to get rid of eye bags, for example. Damn, I am going to have to stop mindlessly scrolling through social media to undo my dark circles? Ugh. Why won’t creams work?
When asked about pesky pimples, she mentioned that she has tried a few DIYs and that didn’t always work. In fact, one of the concoctions involving clay and apple cider vinegar had her whole face looking red, so obviously Tamannaah Bhatia is wary of trying more of these out. However, she’s very sure about her morning saliva beauty hack and it’s something she swears by.
Oh , one of the other things that she also loves in her skincare is coconut oil. Tamannaah Bhatia also mentioned that if there’s any skincare issue that is recurring, and she mentions young girls especially, that you should go see a doctor because it’s probably an internal issue.
Tamannaah Bhatia is all set to host the Telugu version of Masterchef and says she can’t wait to try out all the yummy delicacies being whipped up on the show. She last appeared in November Story.