It’s true. Apparently honey is food substance used on the bodies to keep them unspoiled.
Honey is a great moisturizer and you can use honey to keep your skin smooth and clear.
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Apply honey on affected area to get rid of bacteria. Or make a facial mask by mixing honey and an egg yolk. Apply it and leave it on your skin for 20 minutes.
2. Dark Circles Under Eyes
Mix equal parts of honey and almond oil. Apply on the affected area every night before going to bed. Wash your face in the morning. Read more
I just stumbled on a recipe for a royal jelly facial. It is a natural face lifting cream and you will notice the effect in just a few minutes. For a long lasting face lift effect use the cream once or twice a week.
Autumn won’t be the same without pumpkins and they have quite a lot of uses at this time of the year. Aside from carving them or cooking them for your special pumpkin recipe, you can also put them on your skin. Whether fresh or cooked, pumpkins are rich in vitamins C, E and A, alpha and beta-carotene, lutein, potassium and zinc. Because of these nutrients, pumpkin offers a lot of healthy goodness when applied to the skin. In fact, beauty products and spa treatments use pumpkin extracts together with other beauty ingredients.
Fall is here and it is calling for new skin care routines.
Cold temperature and dry air can definitely bring changes to your skin’s health and appearance. The most common skin care problems this season are dryness, wrinkles and pigmentation. So how can we naturally combat nature’s effect upon our skin?
To be healthy and beautiful does not have to be expensive. Even in trying times like these days, there are still ways to look healthy and beautiful without spending too much on expensive cosmetics and beauty treatments.
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 skin care products and recipes.
In recent times, natural homemade skin moisturizer is not at all out of style. Still, it is the best way to moisturize your skin without exposing it to harmful chemicals.