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Maintaining a healthy skincare routine can prevent acne breakouts. Make sure to wash your face twice a day with soap and water or natural ingredients like apple cider vinegar. Exfoliate every week and use a face mask made of oats and yogurt to prevent oil build up and shrink pores. Besides this, use sunscreen every day, avoid nicking hair while shaving, wash hair regularly, and don't pick at your pimples.
Baking soda has the ability to replace multiple skincare products. It exfoliates the skin by removing dead cells and lighten hyperpigmentation. You can also use baking soda to control excess sebum and skin pH, two major factors of acne. Mix it with green tea or water to make a cleanser or spot treatment. Add honey to create a nourishing, hydrating face mask. Although baking soda can be used alone, adding sugar can create a wonderful exfoliator.
Skin exfoliation is a method to chemically or physically remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. Exfoliation helps in making the skin softer and smoother, giving it a youthful appearance. But, the skin on different parts of your body requires different kinds of exfoliation techniques and ingredients. Even the frequency of exfoliation differs based on skin type, climate, and other factors.
From skin detox and healthy blood circulation to clear, glowing skin and lymphatic system support – there are a number of benefits to brushing your skin with a dry brush before showering. As a good rule of thumb, always brush toward the center of the body, using a natural bristled brush and the right brushing technique! This will help speed up the process of draining of waste into the lymph nodes.
Regardless of what line of work we're in, we all use our hands extensively. Our hands are always exposed to the sun and the...
Celebrated dermatologist Ellen Marmur, MD, of Mount Sinai Medical Center says, "Hands not only are susceptible to the first signs of aging, but very...
Yes, you read it right. Baking soda, one of the most commonly available ingredients, is the answer to your skin woes. Acne, clogged pores,...
With the right ingredients, you can make an all-natural face scrub for oily skin. Start with an exfoliant like baking soda, coffee grounds, or flour. Baking soda will balance your skin’s pH, while coffee grounds will perk you up. Next, add a liquid like egg whites or aloe vera. Olive oil is great for moisturizing while removing extra sebum. You can also add an extra anti-sebum ingredient like turmeric, sea buckthorn oil, or bentonite clay.
Use gentle soaps with natural moisturizing ingredients such as jojoba or olive oil. If you are out in the sun, be sure to wear sunscreen and a good quality vit A or C serum. Exfoliate weekly using a mix of 1T rosehip oil, a dash of sea salt, and a handful of mashed strawberries. Moisturize daily with a nourishing mix of 4t coconut oil, 2t almond oil, 2t cocoa butter.
Sandalwood powder is a natural and holistic method to treat skin conditions. It has numerous health benefits and has been used for centuries in...
Ayurveda takes a holistic approach to skin care. It offers simple yet effective home remedies that helps you cure most of the skin ailments...
Use wrinkle creams that work on the neck and chest. Use products as per your specific skin type. Do not over apply creams as they can clog pores. Use makeup remover instead of cleansing wipes. Apply sunscreen even in non-summer months. Apply products in the right sequence with products with thinner consistency applied before creamier ones.
First wash your face with warm water and apply a cream or oil cleanser and whilst the cleanser is still fresh on your skin, take about 1 tbsp of dried Arame seaweed and pat it gently over your face and massage your face. It improves renewal of skin cells, leaving you with a fresh, bright complexion. You can also incorporate it into your daily diet.
Massage helps to reduce cellulite by breaking down fibrous tissue and speeding up the body’s repair and regeneration process. Cellulite can also be triggered by inflammation in the body, which can be treated with a regular intake of Omega 3. Exfoliation can be done by either dry brushing or by using an exfoliation mitt to get rid of cellulite.
Turmeric is a wonder ingredient in the kitchen as well as in your beauty cabinet. Use turmeric mask to exfoliate skin. Mix 1 tbsp turmeric and flour with water to make a paste. Massage onto skin for 2 min and wash off. Dry skinned people can add elderly blossom for added benefits. Add in lime drops/ lavender blossom for oily skin and rose powder for normal skin.
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