Home beauty treatments, you don’t have to spend a fortune on organic beauty products. For a body mask, you will need a bowl and a brush and the following ingredients below:
Five tablespoons of olive oil
Five tablespoons of almond oil
Add in five drops of Rose essential oil.
Massage gently easing out the tension in the body, loosened muscles increases movement, decreases pain and reduces stress. Massage promotes relaxation. Make sure you drink lots of water after a massage as you get a build-up of toxins so flush them all out.
A hair mask to get your hair feel silky and smooth, list of ingredients below:
You will need a bowl and a soft brush
Five tablespoons of honey
Mix all together into a paste and gently brush it all over your hair. Leave on for 40 minutes before rinsing off with warm water. This nourishing treatment works on all hair types.
Using a hair mask at least once a week will make your hair extra smooth and shiny. This is a quick and easy way of pampering your hair without spending ££££ at the hair salon.
Modern-day lifestyle is fully capable of breathing the life out of your hair. With all the pollution and heating devices with use regularly results in dry, brittle hair.
Homemade Foot scrub:
Combine equal parts of Listerine and warm water, with a cup of Epson salt
Dry skin on the feet tends to get stuck over time if not regular buffed off, so when this happens, the feet can become dry and cracked.
Your shoes can start to irate you where the dry skin is rubbing, so its best to try and keep on top of your foot care. If you have used Listerine in your mouth as a daily mouth wash, then you shouldn’t have any reactions by using it on the feet.
Listerine is a natural disinfectant and can help prevent some infections. The essential oils in Listerine are natural antifungals, so may treat mild to moderate cases of athletes foot, so there is no harm in trying.
People with sensitive skin should avoid using Listerine as it may become irate their skin causing a burning sensation. People who have allergic reactions to any of Listerines active ingredients should also avoid so read the back of the bottle.
A mask for your Elbows and dry skin:
Three tablespoons of Sesame oil
Two tablespoons of sugar
Mix into a small bowl and massage on to the dry spots
Our poor old elbows always take a battering with dry skin, and for a lot of people, we miss moisturising them regularly. Massaging the above mask on to the dry patches.
This is such a basic home ingredient and costs nearly nothing to make, so what have you got to lose. Remember to lay a towel down on your bed before applying this and leaving for 15 minutes and then wash off with warm water.
Sesame oil has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties in it and can help your dry patches in several ways to get them a smoother feel and appearance.
There are so many different ingredients laying around your house what you can turn into masks and massage oils, here are a few other fruits you can use:
Avocado for dry skin
Teabags for bags under the eyes (once they are cooled down)
Coffee granules mixed with a little Olive oil to removed dead skin cells
Coconut Milk (hydrating dry hair)
Oatmeal and honey mixed together to make an alternative face freshener, leave on for only 5 minutes and wash off with Luke warm water, and your skin will feel refreshed and smooth.
All these natural ingredients don’t have a shelve life like our natural beauty products so you can make as much and as little as you need as you go along all from the comfort of your own home.
Please make sure you are not allergic to any of the ingredients above before putting them on your body or applying to any sore or open wounds.