Skincare products. With the overwhelming amount of information we are thrown from advertisements, makeup companies, and media, it can be hard to keep up. Try these natural ingredients, some of which may be in your kitchen!
1. Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar can treat skin in various ways including stimulating circulation, reducing acne, and providing exfoliation. The most common way to use apple cider vinegar on your skin is as a toner-it is truly one of the simplest and cheapest makeup hacks.
Oatmeal is not only a yummy breakfast food! The skin benefits are expansive: acne treatment, inflammation reduction, and moisturizer. I for one have no issue treating myself to an oatmeal scrub.
3. Olive Oil
Olive oil, a staple in many pantries, is a blessing for people with oily skin. Olive oil helps repair skin damage, reduces inflammation, and increases skin moisture. Enjoy the benefits, likely without leaving your house! Olive oil hack: use it as makeup remover!
Coffee lovers! You’ll be excited to know that coffee beans are a natural gift to skincare. They help to reduce cellulite, maintain youthful skin, and eliminate dark circles. Make your next project a DIY coffee skincare product!
5. Sea Salt
Do you ever notice that your skin feels phenomenal after coming out of the ocean? There is a reason for this: seawater and humans contain the same concentration of minerals and nutrients. Salt contains skin-healing minerals that will leave your skin feeling silky smooth. Good-bye bumpy skin!
6. Grape-Seed Oil
Grape-seed oil is very unique: it is compatible with all skin type! So for anyone who has not found their perfect product, give this common household ingredient a try. Use it as a moisturizer, an acne treatment, or a skin-tightener.
7. Green Tea
Along with being incredibly soothing, green tea has boasts skin-specific benefits such as anti-aging properties, skin protection, and treatments for various dermatological conditions. Incredibly soothing, green tea masks will leave your skin feeling bright and refreshed.
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