Easy To Make Natural Homemade Skin Moisturizers

By Carolin 


The key to soft, great-looking skin is to keep it moisturized. It is a beauty practice that dates back to the ancient times.

Cleopatra, the ancient Queen of Egypt distinguished for its beauty and allure, was known to soak regularly in a rose petal and milk bath. Greeks have used honey. English women used dairy products and Italians, olive oil.  History all over the world proved that moisturized and healthy skin can be achieved by using natural products and recipes.

In recent times, natural is not at all out of style. Still, it is the best way to moisturize your skin without exposing it to harmful chemicals.

I make my own Homemade Skin Moisturizer on a regular basis:

  • It has only 2 ingredients
  • It has a long shelf life
  • It doesn’t have to be stored in the fridge
  • It only takes a couple of minutes to make
  • And it is very EFFECTIVE

If you are have a hard time finding products that really work on dry skin or if you would like to save money on your skin care. I recommend that you try this Homemade Skin Moisturizer Recipe.

Honey! I’ve go to agree with the Greeks that honey is great. You can use it in so many so many ways to use it. How about:

  • mixing a cup in your bath for soft skin
  • mix 1 teaspoon of tea with honey, vegetable oil and a teaspoon of lemon juice. Gently pat on the skin, let sit 10 minutes and rinse with water.

For more ways to keep your skin beautiful with honey, read Treat Your Skin With Honey.

Methods of Healing writes about how to make natural moisturizer at home :

If you regularly use moisturizer, you may find yourself using it extensively and spending a lot of money. Or you may want to create your own moisturizer to find the perfect balance with your skin and the right scents. When you make it yourself, you also know exactly what is going in it, which is important for something you put on your skin on a regular basis. Whatever your reason, it is easy to make moisturizers at home…

If you don’t have the time to make your own at least choose an organic and natural moisturizer. A good choice now will make you thankful later. There’s definitely one that is right for your type of skin.

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4 Responses to “Easy To Make Natural Homemade Skin Moisturizers”

  1. How To Treat Acne and Oily Skin Naturally | Facial Eczemas on August 4th, 2009 3:39 am

    [...] I find it too time consuming to make my own moisturizer if I really want one that does a fantastic job, long [...]

  2. Stephanie from get rid of acne on September 25th, 2009 9:55 am

    Hi! I’m also using natural moisturizer. For now, I’m trying out honey. They say it’s a good moisturizer and actually attracts moisture. It also has an anti-bacterial agent that prevents pimples. It’s like a two-in-one solution. Apart from that, it’s just easy to apply as a moisturizer. You just need to wash your face using your regular cleanser and warm water. Tap your face dry with a towel and apply the honey on your face. Let it on for 10 to 30 minutes and rinse it off with cool water. So far, the result of honey on my face is so amazing! You can try it too. And oh, don’t forget that if you have severe skin condition like pimples, always go for a natural solution. It’s safer and more effective than chemical-based solutions.
    .-= Stephanie @ get rid of acne´s last blog ..About Us =-.

  3. Shelley from Anti Wrinkle Creme on December 6th, 2009 6:46 am

    Personally I don’t think it really matters if your skin care regime is a natural one or a manufactured one.
    As long as the products are not harsh on your skin and they make you feel good, then that’s how I would go.
    .-= Shelley @ Anti Wrinkle Creme´s last blog ..Read All Wrinkle Cream Review Information Before Making a Purchase =-.

  4. Shelly from Deviled Eggs Recipe on September 12th, 2010 11:24 am

    I have the driest skin and it’s horrible. I put on baby oil or baby lotion after I shower and within 3 hours my skin is dry and flaky looking. My skin is super sensitive too, which makes finding a good moisturizer even harder since most products give me hives or a rash. I’m going to give the tea & honey a try. Thanks.

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