Oh, we've all been there. Suddenly, your entire glam stash runs out at the Exact. Same. Time. Arg. Or, things are tight, and luxuries take a backseat to, you know, making the car payment.
Most people buy yogurt and eat it as a breakfast food or a snack later in the day. There are so many other uses for yogurt that consumers might not know. Yogurt can be used in many ways as a natural beauty aid, because the product works wonders on the skin, hair, and teeth. It can be used alone as well as being combined with other food items. Check out some of the ways you can begin to use yogurt as a beauty aid.
Doesn't matter what season it is, I constantly have some crazy dry skin. I was diagnosed with eczema at the age of five after I recovered from the chicken pox, and flaky dry skin has been the name of the game to this day with the occasional eczema episode.
To all of my fellow naturals or transitioning naturals out there, you will love this combination for multiple reasons! You will receive moisture for your curls, hair growth, and save a lot of money by avoiding buying your pricey typical leave in conditioners!
I love at-home spa days, and when I decide to pamper myself I go all out. Face masks, scrubs, moisturizers—you name it, I probably use it. There's nothing better than treating yourself to a little extra TLC when you can, especially in the winter.
My first batch of soap, ever, was a total disaster. I didn't measure anything correctly, mixed it in a five gallon Home Depot bucket, and didn't put any fragrance in because I thought I was still going to be able to smell the cocoa butter after it cured. I poured the thick, over-traced mess into PVC pipe with aluminum foil rubber banded to the bottom (big no no!) and thought it would be fine. The end was a hard as rock swiss cheese looking puck! Now, three years later, I have honed the skill. The picture in this article is of bars I made earlier this year, having learned how to properly use fragrance oils, micas, and piping tools.
Winter weather can bring a whole host of skin problems, dryness, flaking, and irritated etc. But you don’t need to waste your money on overpriced serums or subject yourself to harsh chemical treatments to get your healthy glow back. Save money and time with these simple DIY face masks.
There are many beauty hacks that don’t actually work and are being tossed around the internet these days. Women are desperate for beauty tips that will be a quick fix for better skin, smoother hair, and more defined features. Finding beauty hacks that actually work takes a little bit of trial and error, but also, it’s important to be safe and do your research before trying out some of these beauty tips you read online. Before applying crazy face masks and lip balms to sensitive skin, read this list to know which popular beauty hacks on social media are not worth trying.
This article is all about making your own bath salts. This is the recipe that I follow because I love using this when I take a hot bath. It is easy and simple to make. Most of these ingredients you will have in your cupboards.
It's Friday night, you had a super long day at work, and you just want to relax. A nap just won't be enough for today. So you decide that you want a relaxing spa session. But the nearest spa place is 20 miles away and way too expensive. So you go to the nearest store and you create your own relaxing spa day.