Natural Skincare Remedies and Homemade Facial Masks

Skincare is a big business. Many products are quite expensive. Making skin care products at home is a lot cheaper and in some cases a lot healthier. Here are a few tips:

Avocado: Take the peel of the avocado and run the inside of it around chapped, cracked feet and hands. You could use the entire avocado, but that gets messy. Let it soak in for ten minutes, then wipe the area off.

Aloe Vera: I don’t approve of drinking aloe juice unless the irritating glycosides have been removed, but the plant is great for skin. This is a good remedy for burns, including sunburns. This is one of the few times I recommend buying already prepared the gel. The succulent has cactus like spines that could further irritate a burn.

Cucumbers: Dark circles under the eyes can be helped by placing raw cucumber slices on them.

Oats: Itchy rashes, including those from chicken pox, can be eased by bathing in oat-infused water. Put the oats in a piece of cheesecloth, tie it shut and let it stay in the water is the bath is drawn.

Potatoes: Got a bruise? Shred or grind a raw potato, place it in cheesecloth or a linen cloth and place over the bruise.

Tomatoes: The acid in tomatoes is great for acne. It’s a messy proposition, but place tomato pulp on the face just like you would any other facial cream. Leave it for ten minutes and rinse off.

Walnuts: The hulls of green walnuts are great for poison ivy. Be very careful about getting the juice out. It will stain everything it touches a nice, dark brown. That includes skin, clothing and furniture…

More information on this topic can be found in The Complete Guide to Complementary Remedies section of this site.

Homemade Facial Masks

Mask is the fastest and most effective skin care products. Applying facial mask help to reducing the moisture evaporation and loss of nutrients on the skin. There is way too many face masks product out in the market that is so-called using natural ingredients but we came across many reports and incidents that after applying the commercial masks there are some side effects like rashes, skin becomes over dry, itchiness, skin burnt, and many more. So, the best case is still using the natural raw ingredients to do our very own natural homemade facial masks, which we can apply safely and effectively.

Homemade Face Masks Recipes & Types

There are tons of DIY facial masks that you can do it at home, all you need to know is what are the recipes of these at home masks that you can make by yourself. In fact, it has endless face mask recipes for you to learn from here since you can always mix and match them to come out a unique and best suitable for your skin condition at the time. We bringing you the details of what ingredients to use, what is the effect of the ingredients, suitable for the type of skin, face masks for special, common and unique facial problems like acne, blackheads, dry skin, wrinkles, whitening, moisturizing and many more. Read more in the face mask recipes section in our site.

Pauley Hinckley
 

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