Natural beauty tips
Flawless skin just seems like it is too much to ask for. Stay up one night and you come face to face with dark, under eye circles. If you have an upcoming party that you want to slay it, you are sure to spy a zit. Despite being regular with your basic CTM routine, religious with your sunscreen application and diligent with the rest of your skincare routine, patchy, pigmented and acne-prone skin seems to have permanently parked itself in your life.
Chilled tea bags for puffy eyes
Do you see puffy eyes and dark circles from having danced the night away? Chill, we have an instant solution to this problem. Tea is filled to the brim with antioxidants and has amazing anti-inflammatory properties. This help reduces puffiness and treats under eye bags and dark circles with ease. Steep two green or black tea bags in hot water for less than a minute and then place it in the refrigerator to chill. Once chilled, place one bag over each closed eyelid and leave it on for five to fifteen minutes.
Papaya Face Pack for exfoliation
A lot of exfoliators contain abrasive ingredients that tend to be harsh on your skin, leaving it damaged. Papaya contains papain, a natural enzyme and pineapple contain bromelain, both of which help to naturally exfoliate the skin to leave it smooth and soft. Unripe papayas contain higher amounts of papain, making them the most beneficial. Scoop out a ¼ cup raw papaya and blend it with 1 tablespoon fresh pineapple to make a smooth paste. Apply this to your face and keep it on for fifteen minutes. Rinse with cool water. If you have sensitive skin, we strongly recommend a patch test.
Orange and yogurt face pack for dull skin
Living in the city makes your skin look dull, tanned and pigmented. Oranges are the best to help combat this issue. The fruit is rich in vitamin C and works as a great skin tonic. Yogurt plays a major role in giving your skin its lost glow. When mixed together they fight skin discoloration and other signs of aging like wrinkles and fine lines. Yogurt also moisturizes the skin effectively. Grind orange peel powder and mix this in the yogurt to form a smooth paste. Put on this paste to your face and then keep it on your face for about twenty minutes. Rinse with cold water.
Olive oil for dry hair
Olive is not just great in your salads; it also contains great beauty powers. It is impossible to have a bad hair day with a bottle of olive oil in your kitty. Olive oil uses is an essential hair care ingredient, and is especially amazing if you have dry hair, thanks to its amazing hair conditioning properties. Warm a little olive oil in a bowl and work it into your hair and scalp using your fingertips. Wrap your hair in a warm towel for around thirty minutes and then shampoo as usual.
Bananas for a DIY facial
This little trick will ensure that you never have to go to the salon for a facial. Bananas are rich in potassium and give you an amazing an all-natural, moisture-rich face mask for salon-like facial results. Bananas help hydrate and moisturise dry skin, making it soft and supple. Mash one medium banana and mix it with ¼ cup plain yogurt, two tablespoons of honey. Apply this mixture to your face and leave it on for ten to twenty minutes, then rinse off with cool water.
Apple cider vinegar for breakouts
Toning your skin is an important step that you should never skip and what better way to do this than using the natural, apple cider vinegar. Using apple cider vinegar as a toner helps reduce and heal breakouts. It mattifies your skin by effectively combating oil and shine. Mix raw and unfiltered apple cider vinegar with water in a bowl. Soak a cotton ball in the solution and apply it on the affected skin. Leave it for ten minutes and then wash it off with warm water.
Chamomile tea ice cubes to revive tired skin
Chamomile tea contains a high number of calming agents that help eliminate skin redness and inflammations. It is also a great anti-aging solution thanks to the presence of antioxidants. Chamomile tea ice cubes is an amazing natural beauty tip to help freshen up dull and tired skin. Brew a strong pot of chamomile tea. Once ready pour it in an ice tray and place the tray in the freezer. Once frozen, wrap the tea cube in a thin cloth apply to pimples, puffy under eye skin or irritated skin for a quick skin toner pick up. You only need to apply for a few seconds to a minute per area.
Raw honey for blemishes
If you are struggling with acne and acne scars, honey is the natural solution that you have been looking for. It has anti-inflammatory qualities that prevent swelling and redness that come from acne. If your skin is becoming dry due to acne treatments, then honey helps preserve moisture in your skin can prevent peeling and dryness of the skin. Dab some raw honey on blemishes, let sit for ten to fifteen minutes, and rinse.
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