5 Skin Home Remedies to save you Time and Money
Skin care products can be exceptionally expensive and they are not any better than what you can whip up in your own kitchen using your own natural ingredients. We're all trying to watch our pennies these days, so why spend large sums of money on products that are not particularly good for you or the environment. Natural skin home remedies are all you need. Take a look at some of these and then go to the grocery store instead of the cosmetic counter!
ONE: For Dry, Itchy Scalp
There are many causes of dry, itchy scalp. You may be suffering from simple dry skin, psoriasis or a reaction to your shampoo. Whatever the reason for your itch scalp, try this soothing mask for your face and hair.
1/2 ripe Avocado
1/2 cup plain organic yogurt
1/4 cup organic honey
Apply to your scalp and leave on for one hour. Using these natural ingredients will not harm your skin but if you do have an unpleasant reaction, discontinue use. You might also wish to add fish oil or flax seed oil to your diet.
More for dry scalp and associated conditions.
TWO: For Acne
There are many natural skin home remedies for the treatment of acne. Here is just one that will treat your skin and help prevent blackheads and pimples from forming.
Add lime juice and ground nut oil in equal amounts
Apply to your face
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THREE: For Stretch Marks
Here are a few things you can do to treat stretch marks using natural skin home remedies.
Using homemade moisturizers will keep the area with stretch marks soft and pliable and diminish the appearance and severity of the stretch marks and prevent more from occurring.
Vitamin E taken as a supplement or applied to the skin has healing properties
Cocoa butter has always been a popular choice for treating stretch marks. It has a great smell and marvelous moisturizing properties. It also protects the skin.
Olive oil is another great moisturizer that has a lot of vitamin E in it. It is absorbed into the skin quickly and easily and is an inexpensive option.
FOUR: For Eczema
There are many great, inexpensive natural home skin remedies for the treatment of eczema. Here are just a few:
Cleanse the body of impurities by drinking water; 2 to 3 liters a day is the recommended quantity
Bathing several times a day is also beneficial. Rub the irritated areas of the body with the palms of your hands before entering the bath and avoid rubbing with a towel when drying.
Fruits and green vegetables should be eaten on a regular basis and salt, sugar, cereal and fats should be avoided.
More on eczema types and treatments.
FIVE: For Cold Sores
There are a number of natural home skin remedies for the treatment of fever blisters or cold sores. Try one of these using a Q Tip to apply.
Apply a thin layer of tooth paste to the affected area. Then apply rubbing alcohol. Repeat this process.
Aloe Vera gel is a healing option to treat cold sores
Rub the area every 10 minutes with 1 clove of garlic, peeled.
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Nature provides us with all of the ingredients we need to create skin home remedies for almost any purpose. Whether you are struggling with acne, dry skin, stretch marks, rosacea or signs of aging, there is a product you can use to give you relief and improve your condition.
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