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Home remedies for glowing, youthful skin

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Home remedies for glowing, youthful skin

Most women want clear radiant skin and they often spend a lot of money on cosmetics in order to look good. But there are beauty recipes which you can make at home just by raiding your kitchen cupboard for all the ingredients. Here are a few items you could use to keep your skin fresh and glowing.

Lemon

Lemon has some acne-fighting qualities which can help reduce pimples. It also contains citric acid which helps to reduce dark spots and also kills dead skin. If you're looking for a more clear complexion than lemon can help you as it contains bleaching properties which will help brighten your skin if you have dark spots.

Apply the lemon juice directly to your skin and leave it to settle for 10 minutes then wash it off with warm water. Your skin will feel fresh and rejuvenated. If you want to exfoliate your face you can use freshly squeezed lemon juice together with brown sugar.

Turmeric

Turmeric is a skin lightening agent which helps fight off scars and marks on your body. You should mix turmeric and pineapple juice so you can make a paste. You apply it to your face and body and leave it on until it completely dries and then wash it off with lukewarm water. In order to see the full of effects of this beauty regime, the paste should be applied several times a week

Coconut oil

Coconut oil is a miracle worker There’s very little it can’t be used for. It should be in every household’s cupboards. Not only does it improve memory and help boost your immune system but it's also good for your skin and hair.

You can use coconut oil as a cheekbone highlighter, put some on your cheeks and it will help your skin glow. If you don’t have any shaving cream left you can use coconut oil as a substitute, in fact, the coconut oil is probably better since it does not contain all those chemicals which can be found in shaving creams. You can also use it as a makeup remover, just add some to a cotton ball and gently dab and wipe.

You can also use the coconut oil to moisturise your skin and give it a glow. It will help keep your skin feeling hydrated. If you add Ingram’s to the mix in order to leave your skin  moisturised the whole day, after all, Ingram's is the skin doctor.

Honey

Honey isn’t only good for colds and flu it's good for your skin too. And it contains antibacterial properties which help fight off any infection. Apply some raw honey,wait for it to dry completely and then rinse it off using warm water.

Bags under your eyes

If you want to remove the bags under your eyes then you should slice up a cucumber. Place the cucumber on top of your for eyes 25 minutes. Cucumber is good for removing dead skin cells and repairing damaged skin. Consider preparing a few slices of cucumber to rub over your face at night before bed and then rinse your face the next morning.

Watermelon

Most women spend a lot of money on anti-ageing products. Watermelon is an excellent substitute and could save you money. Watermelon consists of 93% water and plenty of vitamins. Watermelon has antioxidants such as vitamin C and lycopene which help slow down the signs of ageing. You can rub a watermelon slice all over your face or you could use it in combination with honey and massage it all over your skin.

Water

Eight glasses of water a day could keep the dermatologist at bay.  Water is free and it has a lot of benefits. Drinking lots of water each day could help prevent wrinkles and it also helps your digestive system to flush out toxins from your body. Water is essential for our bodies and can really make a difference to the appearance of our skin.

You don’t need to spend thousands on cosmetics each month in order to have a flawless face. You need to raid your kitchen cupboard and fridge and you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see how many natural items you can use to keep your skin looking good.

 

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