Turmeric and Lime Mask Review
Candi's face after turmeric and lime mask
My face after weeks of mask use. Don’t mind the cycle-related pimple trying to flop me.

As promised I’ve tested the turmeric and lime mask for about a month and I’m back with my verdict. To see the original post highlighting the product I used, check out my Earth Elements First Impressions post.

Turmeric is known to be useful for

  • reducing wrinkles
  • fighting acne
  • fading blemishes and for being:
  • anti-bacterial
  • anti-inflammatory

To fairly evaluate the effectiveness of the product I checked for the following:

Related: Do Turmeric Soaps Really Get Rid of Acne

Fading dark marks. 3/5

It may seem odd that my skin was brightened and my scars weren’t faded much. It’s odd to me too or it might just be my mind. Either I’ll keep using the mask and I’ll let you know if I see an undeniable difference. So far we’re not there yet.

turmeric root and powder

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Brightening skin. 5/5

As for the skin brightening, it gets a perfect score. You can see immediate results and it gets better with each use.

Improving skin texture. 2/5

While using it in a circular motion as recommended it acts as an exfoliant and smooths the skin but the smoothness doesn’t last, unfortunately. I’ve had my skin be softer for much longer using my usual combination of products.

Have a great week!