Beauty Tips Straight From Your Kitchen

Here are some beauty tips and tricks that are both unusual but extremely effective. Many of these involve common household items that you will find in your pantry or fridge, making this a cheap alternative to caring for your hair and skin.

Oils

Olive oil has many proven health benefits, but it can do both your skin and hair tremendous good. It can be used at night as a skin moisturizer and as a deep hair mask once a week. It can be mixed with sweet almond oil and coconut oil to treat dandruff. This can be done by massaging the mixture into your hair scalp, for as many hours as possible before washing your hair; you’ll start to see a difference within the second application. As a bonus this will also nourish your hair in a major way, because coconut oil has been proven to be one of the few oils that can actually penetrate the hair shaft. Sweet almond oil can also work as a wonderful moisturizing night face treatment. Vaseline is also an excellent night moisturizer which surprisingly does not clog pores and will allow you to get plump hydrated skin in the morning. It’s also good for nourishing anywhere from your feet, hands; elbows and legs.

Baking Soda

Baking soda can be used to whiten teeth at home cheaply and effectively. By putting some baking soda on your toothbrush along with your toothpaste, you can safely whiten your teeth at home at almost no cost. Baking soda is also said to be very good at combating dandruff. The way to do this is to massage some baking soda into your scalp while you shampoo.

Parsley and Mint.

Parsley is very effective in combating blackheads. You need to boil some parsley leaves, and place in a large pot of water, and then vaporize your face using a large towel for up to fifteen minutes; your blackheads will then be much easier to remove.Parsley and mint are both very good astringents that can close up large pores. To do this, you need to make an infusion, let it cool, and use with cotton balls whenever needed. This can be conserved in the refrigerator for up to a week.

Other unusual tips

Toothpaste in small amounts has been proven to dry up pimples on the face, and help them heal faster.

Grenadine juice is a very good astringent and toner that can also nourish your skin and speed up scar healing.

Tomato juice is very helpful in achieving a great healthy glow to your skin quickly, so you don’t need to expose yourself to the sun’s harmful rays for a long time.

An egg white mask is an excellent way to close up pores and even out the skin tone.

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