By Alicia Abernathy Beauty Recipes. Note: you should also check out our homemade face wash. I would never have imagined that at 36 years old women of different ages and ethnicities would stop me to ask what I use on my skin.
Here are six of our favorite facials that you should try at home. Before each one, gently cleanse and exfoliate unless otherwise noted for the best results. How it works: Resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant found primarily in red wine but also in smaller amounts in white, may help to repair the damage caused by sun exposure that can lead to wrinkles and sagging, according to a growing body of scientific research.
Show less Are you tired of buying products that are loads of money and make your skin feel even worse? Here are 11 masks that you probably have lying around the house.
Though most of the pictures we double-tap on Instagram feature formulas we can find on store shelves, we are seeing more and more selfies popping up with homemade masks. Which leads us to wonder, which DIY beauty recipes can actually work a world of good for sun-beaten skin? Many of the most common ingredients in DIY masks can actually cause irritation and, in some instances, serious damage to our skin.
Coconut oil is one of the best natural skin care products out there. The benefits of coconut oil are plentiful - from skin care and hair care to digestion and heart health. So why is coconut oil so great for the skin?
Add hydration back into rough, dry skin with this moisturizing mask. And thanks to soothing ingredients, like honey and yogurt, your skin will feel incredibly soft and plump—if a little sticky. Just rinse well around the hairline.
It took me at least a year to finally work up the nerve to put natural oils on my face and clean my face with coconut oil. Facial masks are beneficial because they provide concentrated nutrients to skin. While raw honey serves as a spectacular sweetener in the kitchen, it also can be incredible for your skin when mixed with coconut oil and applied topically.
Making your own homemade face masks and scrubs is relatively simple. Why pay for a store-bought face mask when you can use basic ingredients found around the house to make masks that cost pennies? In this article, I share my most popular recipes for six different skin types.
There is nothing quite as relaxing as a lie-down with a lovely homemade face mask. But, as a mom of a growing kid, you need to ensure that your little one has something to keep her busy while you go about your well-earned relaxation time. And, one of the trendiest ways to do just that is to involve her in the process as well.
Snow and hail lash into sensitive cheeks and foreheads, cold winds chafe at us, and indoor heating systems leave us flaky, dry, and itchy. Though the rest of our bodies stay protected if somewhat neglected by clothing during the cold months, our faces bear the brunt of all that ugly weather each and every day. Keep reading for seven simple face masks that you can make at home.