10 Homemade Beauty Tricks
“Beauty Is Duty”
Few women are born blessed with all the beauty while some put in lots of efforts to become as beautiful as they desire, but there is one thing with which you all will certainly agree, that to maintain beauty you need to care for it and maintain it like it is your duty or else the beauty shall gradually be gone, leaving behind dull, aged you.
Women spend oodles of money to care for their beauty especially when it comes to skincare, while few products work but the maximum products sold for maintain beauty are nothing more than chemical laden beauty gimmicks.
I am really tired of hitting on every new product with a hope and then being left with the same old story, no change or should I say no miracle, like how many brands advertise.
How about some homemade beauty tips??? Rather we should day homemade beauty tricks, since these homemade DIYs are really nice, effective and are personalized tricks which need not huge bucks investment. Many cosmetic brands have time and again tricked us, so let us show them our tricks that are cheap, free from chemicals and really work.
Homemade Milk Bath
After exfoliating, treat yourself to a softening milk bath. Add two cups of milk to bath water. Swirl in honey, essential oils, oat powder, dried rose petals, or anything else you would like to make your homemade beauty treatment as luxurious as you want.
Aloe Vera Cleanser
This cleanser can be used by all skins, but this will benefit dry skins the most. To make aloe vera cleanser you need to take aloe vera gel, rose water and olive oil in the ratios of 3:3:5 respectively, a quantity of 30ml, 30ml and 50ml would be great. Blend all the ingredients together and add in 4 drops of rose essential oil and 2 drops of grapefruit extract. Store it in a small bottle and refrigerate. Shake before use, as the ingredients may separate. Massage into your face and remove with water.
Honey Lip Scrub
Take 1 tsp of olive oil, 1 tsp of honey and 2 tsp of white granulated sugar. Mix all the ingredients together and add a dash of lemon to it, mix again. Now use your fingers or a toothbrush to gently sweep this sugary mixture back and forth on your lips to exfoliate
Cucumber Honey Toner
This toner not only hydrates the skin but also reduces puffiness. Take one medium sized cucumber and 2 tsp of honey. Peel and cut up cucumber, then puree the pieces in a blender. Set a lined sieve with cheesecloth over a glass bowl or measuring cup. Pour the cucumber puree through the sieve and let it stand for 15 minutes for the juices to drip into the bowl. Pour the clear juice into a clean bottle and add honey. Shake the bottle and saturate a cotton pad with the lotion to use this toner. Sweep over face, neck and chest morning and night, and let it air dry this will take around 3 to 4 minutes. Store covered in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.
Coffee And Sugar Body Scrub
Exfoliate your skin with a luxurious, DIY body scrub; For this you will need to stir together brown sugar crystals, ground coffee, and olive oil. Massage over your body before showering or bathing to scrub away dead skin cells and to reveal a gorgeous, radiant glow.
This is best for sensitive skin types. It hydrates and calms skin. Take 1 cup dried lavender flowers, 2 cups oatmeal and 1/2 cup baking soda. Grind all the ingredients together and make a smooth, fine powder. Pour into a clean, airtight container or re-sealable plastic bag. To use, pour 1/2 cup into your bath as you fill the tub for a soothing bath treat.
Tropical Eye Cream
This homemade eye cream soothes and conditions under eye skin. Take 2 tbsp grated cocoa butter and 3 tbsp coconut oil. Mix ingredients together in a glass bowl. Heat gently in microwave and pour the melted mixture into a small clean container, allow it to cool completely. Apply every night under your eyes.
Chamomile And Oatmeal Facial Scrub
This easy DIY facial scrub is best for normal to oily skin types. To make this calming scrub for deep cleansing take 1/4 cup chamomile tea (brewed and cooled to room temperature), 1/4 cup oatmeal (lightly ground), 2 tbsp honey and 2 drops of almond oil. Mix all the ingredients together. Rub over face and neck gently in exfoliating motions. For deep cleansing, leave the scrub on to create a mask, or simply wash off with warm water and pat dry.
Green Tea Toner
To reduce puffiness and tighten pores, make this green tea toner suitable for all skin types. Take 4 tsp loose green tea leaf and 1 cup of mineral water. Boil the water and mix in tea leaves, leave for at least 10 minutes to make concentrated tea. Wait for the tea to cool, then pour it into a small spray bottle and refrigerate. Spray toner directly on clean, just-washed skin and pat it in (or apply it with a clean cotton ball).
Skin Firming Clay Mask
To refine pores, calm and protect skin try this DIY skin firming mask. Take 1 tbsp filtered water, prepared green tea (for anti-aging benefits) or milk (for sensitive/dry skin), 2 tbsp fine clay powder. Add water, green tea, or milk to a small bowl. Gradually add fine clay powder to the liquid, stir continuously to prevent clumps and form a smooth paste. You can add more water to get desired consistency. Apply a thick layer of the paste to clean, dry skin, avoiding the eyes and lips. Relax and be still for 10 to 12 minutes while the mask dries (so the clay doesn’t crack and fall off). Rinse with warm water and pat dry. Follow with a natural toner and a light moisturizer to soften and nourish skin throughout the day.
These were the ten best, tried and tested must use DIYs, our answers to those expensive cosmetic gimmicks.
Which homemade beauty trick out of these are you going to try first?
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