Everyone desires to look beautiful and attractive with smooth and soft skin. With the alteration in weather, the temperature also chances and hence there arises the need to care for skin accordingly. The skin too changes with temperature but depends on what type of skin you purposes.
There are different type of skin; dry skin, oily skin, sensitive and combined skin type. You might be at risk of some side-effects when you go for costly synthetic products. Some products may suit you whereas others can cause allergic effect on your skin.
So you can go for natural means and give your skin a natural touch. There are some effective home beauty recipes that will help you to enhance your beauty without any side-effects. These home recipes are easy to prepare and gives rewarding results.
Enrich your skin with soothing honey bath
From the ancient time, herbalist touted honey due to its intense beneficial properties. Honey helps to hold the moisture for longer time and also favors in rejuvenation and softening of skin. For honey bath take honey in one cup of hot water and then add few drops of essential oil in it. Add this mixture in bath water and experience the difference.
Glow the complexion with Tomato
Tomato juice along with few drops of lemon juice renders the complexion to glow. The external use of this tomato lotion helps in making the skin pores small and increases firmness of skin.
Almonds beneficial properties for skin beauty
Almond is rich source of vitamin E. Prepare a paste of almond combined with mild cream and mix it with rosebud paste. This paste is very much effective in softening the skin texture and nourishes it properly. Regular use of this paste on your skin will keep your skin look young for longer time by reducing the possibility of early wrinkles formation. It also prevents the formation of blackheads, pimples, and dryness of skin. This paste effectively refreshes the skin and allows it to glow.
Treat oily skin with herbal astringent
Astringent works successfully in eliminating the excess of oil from skin surface. You can easily prepare herbal astringent at home. For preparing herbal astringent the herbs required are lemon balm (6 parts), chamomile (4 parts), rosemary (1 part), roses (4 parts), lemon peel (1 part), sage (1 part) and vinegar to cover and essential oil of lavender. Collect all the herbs in a wide jar and pour sufficient vinegar in it. Keep the mixture to warm it and then strain liquid properly. Then add 1 cup of rose water to herbal vinegar with few drops of oil in it. This mixture does not require to store in refrigerator and can be preserved.
Throw away those dead cells by using home made scrub
Prepare a homemade scrub that will help to remove the dead cells, thus giving a new look to your skin. The key component that works effectively in bringing down those dead cells is alphahydroxy fruit acid that can be obtained in tomatoes and sugar. For preparing the scrub needs nearly a cup of sugar granulated, some chopped tomatoes and a yogurt or sour cream. Make a mixture of sugar, chopped tomatoes and yogurt. Apply this paste on your clean skin and with help of fingertips give a slight massaging to your skin. Let it remain o your skin for sometime say for 10-15 minutes and rinse it with warm and pat dry the skin.
These simple and effective home recipes will help to glow your skin and enhance the beauty.
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