Diamond peels, serums, and night creams–maintaining healthy-looking skin can be tedious and very expensive.
A quick scan of beauty stores and drug stores will show just how many choices are available for you. Hence, it can become overwhelming when trying to find the best beauty treatments.
Thankfully, more people are turning to more natural methods — options you can even whip up yourself right at the comforts of your home. Here are some DIY beauty treatments that are extremely easy to follow:
Coconut Oil + Vitamin E Oil Eye Cream
Vitamin E is a typical ingredient in many products, and for a good reason.
Not only is it used for dietary reasons, but it also boasts benefits such as anti-aging effects, quicker wound healing and minimizing the appearance of wrinkles.
Creating an eye cream out of this is extremely simple. Just grab a small bottle of vitamin E oil (not the supplement) and mix it with coconut oil to help with easier application and extra moisturizing effects.
It’s best to use this every night to give your skin enough time to absorb the cream. As an extra, you can even use this as a simple makeup remover because of the coconut oil.
Egg Face Mask
Sometimes, making face masks can be complicated because of all the ingredients you need to use.
Thankfully, this face mask needs only one all-natural ingredient: an egg, which isn’t just great for your diet. Eggs do wonders for your skin too.
All you need to do is crack an egg, beat it in a bowl and then apply it to your face.
You’ll be able to feel it tightening around your skin, almost like you can feel your pores shrinking. Wash off the mixture once it dries completely.
This mask works because of all the good vitamins and substances found in the egg.
One of this is B2, also known as riboflavin, which aids in managing collagen levels that make the hair and skin healthy.
Carrier and Essential Oils Mix
Essential oils are already often found in many products we use today, including soaps, lotions, skin care products and even certain food items — basically anything with a pleasant scent.
However, using them in their pure form have become rising trends in the beauty and wellness community.
Each of these carrier oils and essential oils on the market has their own specific benefits, but they’re all extremely hydrating for the skin. Here’s a quick and basic introduction to some that you might want to try:
- Apricot Kernel Oil
Commonly used for massage therapy, this oil is a gentle option for women with sensitive skin. It also contains high levels of vitamin E.
- Rosehip Oil
This oil is one of the most popular choices on the internet, and many beauty companies widely use it. Rosehip oil has positive effects on skin that shows signs of premature aging.
- Tea Tree Oil
Also popular in the beauty community, this oil is known for its antimicrobial properties. It keeps away damaging organisms that may quicken the deterioration of your skin conditions.
There are hundreds of more ideas you can find on the internet. In this day and age, keeping your skin bright, healthy and moisturized need no longer be difficult or expensive.
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