Beauty Products Right in Your Own Kitchen

Beauty skin care products do not really have to be expensive. If you’re a little bit short on cash and you think that beauty products should rank last on your shopping list, you may try being resourceful and look inside your own kitchens for product that only cost but a fraction of the commercial beauty products today.
For instance, there are many fruits that you can use for a facial scrub. You can try removing skins from grapes, smash them and use the pulp for a good, home made scrub. You can apply it on your face for a refreshing facial scrub that is full of anti-oxidants.
If you want an all natural facial mask that can help you open up pores for a good cleansing, you can mix bananas and honey. Make sure the bananas are not that overripe. Mix one mashed banana with about 3 tablespoons of honey. Apply it on your face, let it stay for a few minutes and then wash off. You will feel your skin refreshed afterwards.
If you want to use an astringent after your facial mask, you can grate an apple and mix it with a tablespoon of honey. If you have stubborn blackheads, you can try using a mix of baking soda and water. Rub on the affected area, let it dry and then rinse off.
A good facial exfoliant will be a mix of olive oil and sugar, Use a few drops of olive oil with 1 tablespoon of sugar, and apply on your face. It will help remove dead skin cells and reveal new facial skin cells.
If you’re feeling like a good refreshing soak in the bath, you can fill up your tub with warm water and put some of your favorite essential oils such as almond, lavander or rose that will help you relax as well.
These are just some of the ingredients that you can easily find in your kitchen which you can use as beauty skin care products. They are great alternatives to commercial beauty products that are not only expensive but may even contain chemicals that are harsh to your skin.

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