Skincare on a Budget
We all want healthy skin but we also don’t want to spend and arm and a leg on it. Skincare products can be so expensive and this can make some of us feel like we’ll never get rid of our skin issues unless we get a job or a ‘supplier’ who will give us money to spend on our appearance.
Well, ladies, when it comes to skincare on a budget, Mother Nature is still the best supplier. Here are tips on how to care of your skin naturally by using products that are already in your fridge or cupboard.
Lemon is great for the skin because it helps to clean your skin and get rid of dark spots and blackheads.
To use as a daily scrub, apply lemon juice to your face and leave it on for 10 minutes. Rinse with warm water. Rub slices of cucumber on your skin afterwards to soften and moisturise it.
Honey is an excellent home remedy for clear, moisturised skin. For radiant, clear skin, make a honey facemask by adding 2 teaspoons of milk with 1 teaspoon of honey. Add one teaspoon of gram flour and mix well. Apply to you skin as a facemask for 20 minutes then rinse off.
Cucumber can give you that fresh glow without the cost. Slice some cucumber, rub it on your face and leave it overnight. Or if you want to make a face wash, mix cucumber juice and lemon juice. Apply it to your skin then allow it to dry completely. Rinse off with warm water. You can do this daily.
Oats can be good for your skin in many different ways. It can be used to treat acne, remove dryness, relieve itchiness and cleanse your skin. To treat acne, put cooled-down cooked oats on your skin for 10 minutes then rinse off.
To moisturise your skin and relax your body, mix 2 cups of oats with 1 tablespoon of honey and apply to your face and body.
It’s been said that Paw Paw helps to reduce the appearance of scars, helps to heal wounds and also helps to remove dead, damaged skin.
Use smashed Paw Paw on your face as a face mask for about 30 minutes, once a week.
As you can see chomas, you don’t have to buy the most expensive products for your skin. You just need to look in your kitchen!
Have you used any of these? What other home remedies do you use for your skin?
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