Aid your skin care routine with some easy and helpful home remedies for your skin, weather you want to moisturise, detoxify or decrease inflamation and irritation we have a few easy methods.
Honey – honey is a deeply nourishing and moisturising ingredients for the skin. Apply a teaspoon of honey to the skin, massage gently, leave for 5 minutes then wash off. Make sure you use raw honey to reap the benefits.
Coconut oil – use as a deeply nourishing mask for your hair. Apply generously, focusing most of the oil on the ends of your hair. Massage gently and wrap up into a high bun. Leave for 10-15 minutes before rinsing out completely.
Lemon – squeeze some lemon into a glass of water in the morning and consume. This will help the body detox first thing in the morning, and start reducing skin inflammation. In the evening, add lemon to a mug of warm water or tea to help with digestion.
Garlic – garlic is a blood cleanser and natural antibiotic, making it great for detoxing. To avoid the lingering smell of garlic breath, cut the clove lengthways and remove the “heart” before consuming.
Aloe vera – aloe vera is an incredibly soothing ingredient and commonly used for sunburn and to reduce texture, such as small bumps on the skin . If accessible, use fresh aloe vera from an aloe vera plant as a mask, spreading the juice over the face and leaving for 10 minutes before washing off. You can also purchase aloe vera gel (look for 100% pure aloe vera gel).
Green tea – chilled green tea bags are excellent to depuff eyebags. Save the tea bags after making a pot of tea and refrigerate overnight. Immediately after removing from the fridge, rest the teabags under your eyes for 5 minutes to get rid of that extra puffiness in the mornings!
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