5 Things That Will Change Your Beauty Regime

Everybody has a beauty regime. Some simply cleanse, tone, and moisturize. Others might have longer, more complicated routines. Some swear by natural products, while others opt for branded ones instead. Just getting the prescribed eight hours of sleep every night could also be an effective beauty regime. Whatever your routine may be, there are a few things you could add to it to see a significant difference in a short span of time.

1. Muslin Cloth

Muslin cloth is good for gentle cleansing and exfoliation.

Whatever you were or weren’t expecting, a cloth was definitely not one of them, was it? You’re bound to find a range of muslin cloths at cosmetic retailers. This is because 100 percent cotton muslin face cloth is the best way to cleanse your face while gently exfoliating it. The soft yet ridged surface is just what you need to remove dead skin cells without injuring the healthy ones. Keep a muslin cloth handy or buy a pack of disposable ones.

2. Fresh
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Aloe Gel

Aloe vera heals burns and rashes

If you haven’t considered using aloe in your beauty routine yet, you definitely must! Being rich in cellulose and pectin, aloe helps heal the skin of sunburns, mild rashes, and even threading injuries.1 It can also repair the harmful effects of chemical peels and dermabrasion.2 Moreover, it can be used by people of all ages. Just be sure to use the fresh gel from the leaves.

3. Chickpea Flour

Chickpea flour gets rid of dead skin and adds a gentle glow to the face.

Chickpea flour is used in ayurvedic treatments to get rid of dead

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skin and add a gentle glow to the face. A paste made of chickpea flour and milk, can be applied gently to the face and washed off once it’s semi-dry. Use water instead of milk if you have oily skin. 3 People allergic to protein must exercise caution when it comes to this remedy.

4. Honey

Honey is rich in vitamins and fights skin infections

Considering the abundance of vitamins it has as well as its ability to fight off infections of the skin, honey is a must-have in every beauty kit. You could either apply honey directly to your face for a refreshing face pack. If you’d like a face pack that would dry a lot more slowly, then you could add honey to milk. The results are almost instantaneous, making it an ideal product to use when you have an event coming up.4

5. Coconut

Coconut oil moisturises, pulp heals and water hydrates one's skin

It’s a shame that coconut has taken so long to get its fair share of recognition, both in the world of nutrition and beauty. Coconut water, pulp, and oil are excellent treatments for hair. Simply warm up the oil and apply it generously on the scalp. Wash after 30 minutes. You could also apply the oil to your face if you have particularly dry skin.Coconut pulp is a soothing way to treat atopic dermatitis, even in children. It is very mild and is high in nutrient content.5 Meanwhile, Coconut water makes for a good summer drink that can supplement your beauty routine by keeping you

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hydrated, which is the basis of all healthy skin.

Coconut pulp is a soothing way to treat atopic dermatitis, even in children. It is very mild and is high in nutrient content.6 Meanwhile, coconut water makes for a good summer drink that can supplement your beauty routine by keeping you hydrated, which is the basis of all healthy skin.

Which product would you like to add to your beauty routine?

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