More Beauty Remedies

Natural remedies can do wonders that no store bought brand could ever do. Everyday ingredients, out of your kitchen cupboard can be used to target wrinkles, boost your natural glow and correct flaws.

Here are the latest remedies to take care of many of your skin needs.

Baking Soda:
Don’t have time to polish your nails? No worries. Give your nails a quick rub with a lemon wedge dipped in baking soda. Rub it on your nails for a fresh clean and white look.

Apple Cider Vinegar:
Exhausting day? How about taking a bath with a few cups of apple cider vinegar to detox and de-stress? Smells funny, but adding a few drops of rose or lavender oil into the water will help defuse the smell and help you relax.

Beautiful Hair:
Want Magnificent Tresses? You know that old wives’ tale that you should brush your hair 100 times before going to bed every night? Well, it’s actually true. The strokes help the oils disperse through the hair.

Refreshing Lemons:
Pricey creams and serums, are exactly that: Pricey! Brighten up your complexion by rubbing a lemon half on your face and neck. If it tingles; it means it’s getting out the dirt and oil. If it irritates; splash cold water on your face.

Dark lager has proteins that coat the hair and build it up into a lather that repairs damage. Plus, it gives your hair a boost in the bounce and body department. Just boil 3/4 cup of beer until it reduces to 1/4 cup, let cool, and add to 1 cup of regular shampoo.

Chamomile Tea:
Steeped chamomile tea bags can do wonders for your complexion. Just use them warmed for irritated spots on the face, and chilled to target puffy eyes.

Cook a serving of oatmeal with milk. Leave on for 10 minutes for exfoliating super-power.

Oily hair can be corrected by boiling mint leaves in water and adding it to you shampoo.

Hope these remedies help you out. Do let me know how you liked them.


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