When I entered the bathroom of a female occupant, I often saw a series of beauty products scattered on the counter, piled up on the shelves and bordering the bathtub.
It doesn't even take into account what's in the closet or medicine cabinet.
Let's face our Addictive Ladies.
I have to admit that it may be difficult to resist the latest statement to stop aging, but really!
It helps my need for clarity, my aversion to confusion, even laziness, but I like to keep it simple.
I'm not here to judge your bathroom.
I also feel guilty about one of my bottle sundries.
To be honest, I still have a hidden category that I haven't been cut yet.
However, I found that some of the simplest things have a wonderful effect on the skin.
You can find a lot in your own kitchen.
So, if you want the baby's soft skin, take a look at my natural homemade solution: First of all, I like to start with a solid foundation.
You want the effect of exfoliating, but you don't want to extend your way down to the leather layer with sandpaper.
I use a mixture of salt and sugar.
I prefer sea salt because of its detox effect, but regular salt also works.
Salt is more rough than sugar, so you can adjust the mixture to your liking.
I use a higher salt sugar ratio on harder parts of my skin, such as high heels and knees.
You can also use scrub on your face, but I'll skip the salt because it's usually a more subtle area.
Wash your face with extra tenderness.
Remember that your skin is an organ;
Don't attack it like re-laying concrete.
Salt and sugar are a good base and it's time to choose your oil.
I know it sounds terrible to use oil on your skin.
Many people still think it will clog the pores and cause them to break.
With all the peeling and alcoholic acne treatments, I understand why you think so.
I did some research on this a few years ago and found that oil cleaning actually makes a lot of sense.
The fact is that when we peel off the oil from the skin, it overcompensates and becomes more oily.
If you don't believe I checked, there are some great articles online about this.
It's better to give it a try.
I am results oriented and find that my skin stays clearer when I use oil.
OK, I have enough tangents. The oil is very beneficial.
Here is a list of my personal favorites: Carrier oil grape seed oil-
Rich in vitamins, minerals and protein.
Due to its anti-acne nature, it is perfect for cleaning up acne
Inflammatory properties and high antioxidant content almond oil-
Excellent moisturizers and moisturizers, Pampers and conditions
It is actually a wax ester similar to human sebum, not oil (skin oil)
Give people a beautiful dew. · Olive Oil-
Yes, what you circle on the pasta is also good for your skin.
Olive oil increases softness and helps to repair sunlight damage. There are many other oils that are good for the skin.
All you need to do is find your favorite and even mix it yourself.
There is no need to spend a lot of money.
Olive oil works fine, so if you have some olive oil in your kitchen, grab it and don't have to run to the store.
Jojoba can be a bit expensive, so I suggest you use it only on your face.
Just a few drops.
I use my salt sugar mixture to pour the oil of my choice into a bowl.
I never bother to measure, but I don't need that much.
Next, I added a few drops of essential oil to add flavor and benefits.
Essential Oil: Lavender-
Roman ocean chrysanthemum-soothing and refreshing
Helps with inflammation and edema
Visit the aromatherapy section of the local health food store to learn more about essential oils and their various properties.
Mix all the ingredients together and you have it!
Using basically 3 to 5 simple ingredients you can make your own natural cost-
Effective body scrub.
You don't need to add essential oils to save money, they are just a good addition.
Salt and sugar are usually cheap and often discounted.
These oils are a bit expensive, but they will last for a long time and you usually already have some in your cupboard.
This sand cream not only makes the baby's skin soft, but also increases blood circulation.
I like to start with my feet and move to the heart in a circular way.
Before scrubbing, I opened the pores with warm water in the shower.
Pay special attention to rough patches that may require some extra work.
Remember not to be too harsh.
You may want to start by testing a small area to make sure you don't respond.
All ingredients are natural, but some people are more sensitive to their skin than others.
Ending the shower in cold water will close the pores and give extra shine to your skin.
If you use these natural recipes a lot, you will definitely see an improvement in your skin.
After one use, the skin feels softer, but continuing to use can reduce the lump and clear the acne to make you shine.
Simple review of 4 simple steps: 1.
Mix salt with sugar.
Add carrier oil 3.
Add a few drops of essential oil.
Yes, that's simple.
Try it and comment below.
Tell me your favorite ingredients and body care recipes. Pleasant scrub!