Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Natural Skin Treatments Gaining Popularity

Keeping your complexion healthy and radiant is one of the easiest and smartest things you can do for yourself.  And spending a fortune on expensive products these days ,in my opinion,  is just plain unnecessary.
There are plenty of things from the garden, plants in your yard, or basic products found at the supermarket that can moisturize, cleanse, and exfoliate your skin to leave you looking younger and glowing.  
You can get started on your own natural skin care regimen by just opening up your kitchen cupboard.
So simple, so cost-effective   – wow !  Learn how to battle aging skin , wrinkles,  eye puffiness,  crow’s feet,  dry skin and oily skin problems and much more using natural items right from your kitchen. Learn how to make cleaners,  masks,  facial scrubs, toners, rosacea treatments and much more in just minutes.   
Just to get you started , I’m going to tell you some of the easiest home recipes to try today.  There are so many recipes that I can’t share all them with you , but here’s a few of the basics to get you off to a good start. 

Potato Cleanser (for dry skin or eczema)   Rub your face with a raw slice of potato.  Potatoes contain juice with vitamin C that is mild and soothing.  The juice thoroughly cleanses and toes your skin.  Rinse well and pat dry.

English Tea Astringent ( to cleanse and tone your skin)  Tea is a very powerful antioxidant found in many beauty  products.   Pick your favorite tea – green, orange, pekoe, jasmine – take ¼ cup boiling water and pour over 2 teabags and allow to steep for at least an hour. Combined the cooled tea with ¼ cup witch hazel and 1 teaspoon lemon juice (lemon juice is optional for oily skin).  Stir mixture well and pour into clean bottle.  Apply to clean skin with cotton ball or pad.

Simple Banana mask  (used for dry skin)  Mash and stir a banana in a bowl until it is smooth and creamy.  Apply to face for approx. 10 minutes.  Rinse well with warm water and pat skin dry.  Discard what you don’t use.
OR  you can also make a banana mask by using 2 teaspoon banana, 1 teaspoon milk and 1 teaspoon honey. Apply to face for approx. 10 minutes. Rinse well with warm water and pat skin dry.   Milk and honey also smooth the skin.
Vitamin E (for wrinkles)  Take the strongest vitamin E tablet you can find and dissolve it in ½ teaspoon boiling water. Let water cool until comfortable to the touch. Add it to a small amount of eye cream – pat gently under the eye and around the mouth.  Vitamin E is a topical antioxidant that’s been proven to prevent oxidation of tissue.

For Enlarged pores, try a packet of raw sugar with enough lemon juice to make it spreadable, and rub into nose and chin area where large pores tend to settle.  Rinse with warm water.  Raw sugar is a natural glycolic acid that loosens dirt and dead skin.

  Do you prefer natural organic products over those with chemicals, additives, and preservatives?
  • Are you interested in getting rid of age spots and wrinkles, firming sagging skin and looking years younger just by using natural ingredients found right in your very own kitchen?
  • Are you interested in saving hundreds of dollars every year?
  • Are you interested in effectively treating those puffy, dark under eye circles?
  • Are you interested in caring for your skin with high quality, natural organic ingredients that are best suited not only for your skin type but also will effectively treat a wide range of your aging skin concerns?

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