Natural Skin Care Homemade

Nature has given us so many ways to care for our skin. Let us take a look at natural skincare homemade methods. These are healthy paraben and chemical-free options and surprisingly more available than we think.

Skin can get dry and sometimes you need a quick way to fix that problem. And if you don’t have easy access to lotion, you can just go into your kitchen and find some products which are just as great for your skin as any lotion you can find in the stores. Here are ten of the best foods you can use as part of your skincare.

 

 

10 Foods To Exfoliate Your Skin

 

1. Strawberries

There are two easy ways to apply strawberries to your face. One way is by smashing the strawberries and placing them on your face as a mask. Another method is to just rub the strawberries all over your skin. Working as an antioxidant, the strawberries will get rid of any oils on your face which will result in brightened skin.

2. Eggs

You can use either the whole egg or just the egg white. The whole egg will offer your skin more moisturizer than the egg white would. The egg whites will tighten your pores, though, and will help you in getting firmer skin. All you have to do is rub the egg all over your clean face and then a simple egg mask will form.

3. Baking Soda

Baking soda is one of the best and most inexpensive ways to get rid of any pesky dead cells on your face. To get the best results, start off with a freshly cleaned face. Gently scrub your face with a paste of baking soda and distilled water for about 10 minutes.

4. Lemon Juice

Lemon juice is a great thing to add to any mask. It brightens your skin, tightens your pores, and cuts through the oil on your face. You can apply it right onto your face for about five minutes or just add it to an egg white mask.

5. Honey

Honey can be applied just as the lemon juice. It can either be used by itself or be mixed with another mask. It can be used as a moisturizer and will even help control all of those gross breakouts. You can put it on your face and leave it there as long as you would like.

6. Bananas

You will want to use bananas that have some brown in them as these will work the best. Bananas can greatly exfoliate your skin and will give a dull skin a greater complexion. They will moisturize and are great for all skin types. Mash up the bananas and rub all over your skin ñ adding a bit of honey if youíd like. Rinse off after about 10 minutes.

7. Oats

Grind them into a powder and add water. The oats with the added water will make a great moisturizing scrub. Substituting water for milk can soothe dry and sunburned skin.

8. Yogurt

The lactic acid in yogurt is a great way to leave your skin feeling fresh and exfoliated. Yogurt can be used as a brightener and a moisturizer.

9. Almonds

Like oats, you will want to grind up almonds too. Turn them into a powder. They will moisturize, exfoliate, and cleanse your skin.

10. Olive Oil

Olive Oil is a great moisturizer for your face.

What other foods do you use to exfoliate your skin? Share your thoughts and comments below.

 

Homemade Sugar Scrubs for Your Face.

Natural skin care recipes homemade are also great for a good skincare regime. One way to do this is by using sugar scrubs! Yes, sounds yummy – I always ask if you can’t eat it then why should you rub it on your skin?

Sugar may be something most of us need to reduce in our diets. But when it comes to facial scrubs, sugar is a highly desirable ingredient.

Sugar is a great exfoliant, helping to brush away old skin cells and expose newer, healthier cells. It also draws moisture into the skin and is a form of alpha-hydroxy acid, which assists with cell turnover as well.

There are many unique scrubs you can make for your face that are easy, non-harsh, and not at all time-consuming.

Here are some natural skincare homemade sugar scrubs recipe ideas.

 

Soothing Chamomile Oat Sugar Scrub:

This is a soothing mixture when your face needs a little extra tender loving care. Oats soften skin and chamomile is known for its calming properties.

Simply mix 1/2 cup brown sugar with 1/4 cup olive oil, a few tablespoons of ground rolled oats and a few tablespoons of strongly brewed chamomile tea.

Mix together and apply it to your face, then leave it on for a few minutes before rinsing.

 

Geranium Clean Pore Scrub:

Combine 1/2 cup brown sugar with 1/4 cup hemp oil and a few drops of essential oil of geranium.

The essential oil of geranium is known to help prevent acne breakouts, and it assists in regulating oil production.

Hemp oil is a non-clogging oil and actually works in an opposite manner, helping unclog skin pores. The brown sugar gently scrubs away dead and oil-filled skin cells in order to reveal the healthier skin cells underneath.

 

Scar-Removing Lavender Sugar Scrub:

Mix 1/2 cup brown sugar with 1/4 cup coconut oil, one capsule of Vitamin E, and a few drops of essential oil of lavender.

Each of these ingredients plays a role in removing scars from your face, whether they are caused by acne or other trauma.

Coconut oil has healing properties, vitamin E is well-known for healing scarring on the skin, and lavender helps regenerate skin cells.

 

Anti-Aging Lemon Scrub:

Take 1/2 cup of brown sugar and mix it with 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil, 1 teaspoon argan oil, and a few drops of essential oil of lemon.

Olive oil contains polyphenols and oleic acid, both of which help to combat aging of the skin.

Argan oil has high levels of Vitamin E and saponins, both of which help soften skin and reduce the appearance of aging.

The essential oil of lemon is a natural skin toner, giving your face a healthy glow.

 

Keep in mind that cold-pressed lemon essential oil is phototoxic, which means you should avoid excessive sun exposure for 48 hours after using it on your skin.

 

Conclusion

There is no need to spend loads of money on expensive facial scrubs that may be filled with chemicals and other unnecessary additives.

Why buy sugar scrubs, when you can easily make them at home and tailor them to the individual needs of your own skin on a moment-by-moment basis?

Try these homemade sugar scrubs for a face with a youthful and healthy glow.

 

 

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