Organic Healing Skin Care Recipes
Work your way to a glowing complexion with a few simple tricks. The organic healing skin care recipes below furnish you with a set of natural treatments which have the power to cleanse your skin from acne and other skin problems.
There’s no need to spend a fortune on chemical-based ‘magical’ formulas when you have the opportunity to juggle with vitamin-rich and healthy fruits, seeds and vegetables from your own kitchen. Read through these simple recipes and incorporate some of them into your daily or weekly beauty regime.
Tomato and Lime Juice Facial
Tighten your pores with this natural treatment and enjoy the soft and silky texture of your complexion with this easy DIY recipe. In a medium bowl mix the juice of 1 medium sized tomato and 4-5 drops of lime juice. Use your fingers to massage the lotion into your skin. Leave the facial on for 15 minutes, then remove it with tepid water.
Cabbage and Yeast Facial
Use a few pocket-friendly ingredients to revitalize your skin in a few steps. Use a blender to mix 1 tbs of honey with 2-3 cabbage leaves and 2 tbs of yeast.
Apply the face pack on your complexion and leave it on for 15 minutes. Finally you can rinse off the mask with lukewarm water. Enjoy the natural astringent effect of this treatment.
Apricot and Olive Oil Facial
Upgrade your beauty routine and use this DIY face pack recipe to refresh your complexion. In a bowl mash 1 medium sized apricot and mix it with 2-3 tsp of warm olive oil.
The paste can be applied on your face with ease. Give at least 10 minutes for the facial to exercise its healing and revitalizing effect. Finish up moisturizing your skin by washing off the mixture with tepid water.
Lettuce and Olive Oil Facial
Use the following facial recipe for all skin types to eliminate dead skin cells from the depth of your pores. Grab two lettuce leaves and dip them into a tiny amount of olive oil. In order to create the perfect revitalizing treatment add a few drops of organic lemon juice. Then place the leaves on your face and cover the treatment with a damp paper towel. Leave the facial on for 10 minutes, then remove the leaves and wipe off the olive oil with a cotton pad. Finish your beauty session with rinsing off your face with lukewarm water.
Papaya and Oatmeal Facial
Kiss goodbye to dull complexion with this simple facial recipe. First, start the preparation of the treatment with the peeling and seeding of a medium-sized papaya. Then dice the fruit and mash a few slices to create a fine paste. In order to increase the healing effect of your mask add 5 tbs of oatmeal, the juice of 1 fresh lime and 2 egg whites to the fruit paste. The mixture should be applied on your face and neck. Leave the treatment on for 15 minutes then rinse it off with lukewarm water.
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