The skin in the eye area is especially thin and sensitive, so it flares up fast when you're stressed and fatigued -- or surviving on a less-than-perfect diet. Natural remedies, though, can lessen redness or puffiness almost as quickly as it appears. Many remedies use simple ingredients that are already in your kitchen. Here are five of the most effective solutions.
"I learned from a friend of mine who is well known fashion model. She told me to mix lemon juice and egg white together and put it on my face as a mask. Let it dry and then rinse it off with warm water. I did this every sunday, after doing this my skin was less oily, The breakouts became non existent and all the acne scars were gone.
I have used this religiously since I found it on Pinterest ! Now so does my Mother, It Works !! SOFT HANDS IN ONE MINUTE ! Simple sugar & olive oil scrub-exfoliatiates & sloughs off dead skin cells while moisturizing. Allowing your hands to absorb all the moisture & anti age all in one step. This is amazing ! by Mother Huddle
1 table spoon of honey (for it's antibacterial and antioxidant properties) 1 table spoon of baking soda (for its exfoliating properties) 2 table spoon of water (purified or distilled) 4 to 6 drops of Tea Tree Oil (to lessen inflammation and dry up acne) leave on for 20 to 30 min
Though many ignore it, the coconut oil hair mask happens to be one of the most effective maintenance and beauty treatment methods for your hair, and so here is a brief guide on how you ought to go about it.