Don’t want to spend a ton of money on beauty products? Here are some natural alternatives that are inexpensive, with ingredients that can be found right in the kitchen.
The right makeup and skin care helps to give you a healthy and vibrant skin. However, to get this result, sometimes you have to pay a very expensive price. Most intensive beauty products are outrageously expensive and not everyone can afford it. So, it’s time to know that high-quality, natural ingredients also help to solve all your skin and hair problems without spending a fortune and completely at home.
Exfoliate dead skin on lips Exfoliating the lips has become an indispensable process in the skin care process. However, you will not need to spend a lot of money, if you know this little care tip: Method: Mix a teaspoon of brown sugar, a teaspoon of honey and a few drops of lavender essential oil in a small bowl. Mix the ingredients well and apply the mixture on your lips. Massage your lips in a circular motion for two minutes and rinse with warm water. What it does: Raw honey helps brighten lips, brown sugar acts as a natural exfoliator, and lavender oil nourishes lips. Exfoliate dead skin on face Facial skin is a sensitive area that needs a lot of attention, and using harsh exfoliants can cause problems. So try a natural exfoliator made with ingredients easily available in the kitchen. The natural enzymes in these ingredients will heal your skin naturally. Method: Mix two tablespoons of ground oatmeal and one tablespoon of honey, mix well with one tablespoon of warm water. Apply the mixture on your face and massage gently for 1 minute. Keep the mixture on your face for a few minutes and then wash it off. Hair mask Hair masks are hair care products that add intensive hair nutrients to the hair cuticle. It is also a quick and effective way to promote hair growth and give you shiny hair. However, these products are often quite expensive and you should think about natural methods. Method: Mix one teaspoon of honey, one egg and one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. You can increase or decrease the amount depending on the strength of your hair. Keep it for 30 minutes and wash it off. All these ingredients will hydrate your scalp and provide nourishment, as well as make your hair shinier. Full body exfoliation Exfoliating the skin and body with products containing caffeine has been quite popular over the past few years. While it’s unclear if this treatment will bring about a miraculous change in the skin, one thing is for sure, it improves blood circulation, giving a radiant effect to the skin. However, what makes many people wonder is their price and why you can’t try a natural version of the exfoliator. Method: Mix half a cup of ground coffee, half a cup of brown sugar, the same amount of coconut oil and a teaspoon of vanilla extract. After the ingredients are completely combined, apply the mixture gently to the skin. Avoid sensitive areas. Dry shampoo Dry shampoo is an easy way to tackle greasy hair. However, the chemicals contained in these products can be “adversely beneficial”. So try using a natural, non-toxic version of dry shampoo that is easy to make and, above all, delivers results that exceed expectations without cost: How to make: You will need corn starch, cocoa powder, essential oils and a little activated charcoal (optional). Do not use too much essential oil in the mixture because the mixture needs to be dry. And all you need to do is use a kabuki brush or your fingers to apply the product to your hair. Note: Test for allergies before using these ingredients.
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