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Natural Beauty Products In Your Kitchen
You’re skin is the biggest organ in your body so, it makes sense that taking good care of it is essential for good health. Many beauty and skin care products at the super market are packed with unwanted toxins and chemicals that can be harmful to our skin and our wallets. Fortunately, we don’t need to search to hard for safe and natural skin care products. Below we have put together a list of affordable natural beauty products in your kitchen.
Honey contains anti bacterial properties which make it an excellent cleanser for many types of acne. It is very soothing, moisturizing and hydrating which is ideal for a natural facial mask. Honey also contains anti-inflammatory properties that help calm eczema, rosacea and psoriasis. It is packed with antioxidants also making it ideal for anti aging.
Coconut oil has been thought to improve the ability of the body to absorb important minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, leading to an increase in bone health. Coconut oil is the perfect massage oil and skin cream. It is a safe solution for mixing with beeswax and essential oils for your own home soaps and lotions. Coconut oil lotion is excellent for preventing dryness and flaking, delaying wrinkles and sagging skin, and aids in treating various skin conditions, including dermatitis, eczema and more.
Apple Cider Vinegar
The benefits of APV are nearly endless. Apple Cider Vinegar can be used as a natural skin toner. APV contains a natural acid that can help balance and restore PH levels in your skin. Apple Cider Vinegar softens, reduces redness, and cures acne and dry spots. Apple Cider Vinegar exfoliates your skin keeping it healthy and beautiful.
Oats can act as a natural remedy for acne. They can soak up excess oils and remove dead skin cells. Oats can be used to soothe irritated skin and heal open pores. Make your own DIY oatmeal face mask. Grind about 2 T into a grainy form add 1 t. of baking soda and a little water until you get a pasty consistency.