DIY Effective Mask for oily skin

This unattractive appearance of excessively oily skin is the result of an accumulation of sebum, whether due to acne, obesity, hormonal changes associated with adolescence or the climacteric, poorly balanced diets or the genetic nature of some people. Contrary to what some women think, the remedy is not to wash constantly with soap and water, it eliminates the consequence, not the causes of having oily skin, but the care and pampering with homemade masks for oily skin.

On the other hand, phytotherapy, or the use of certain substances of vegetable origin, has reported excellent results as well as eliminating excess fat, it works as a natural exfoliant. The homemade masks recommended below act on the pores, closing them, and thus reducing seborrheic excesses of oily skin.

Mask of cucumber, lemon and strawberry
The natural components of cucumber, lemon and strawberry help to cleanse the fatty face of impurities and reduce the opening of the pores, which will reduce the production of sebum.

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Select a very fresh cucumber, a large lemon or several ripe strawberries and pour them into the blender. If they are not liquefied properly, help by pouring some boiled water, so that they are pureed. Apply it on the face and let that mask, also nourishing, act for at least ten minutes. In that time try to lie down and relax and do not expose yourself to the Sun.

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Then rinse the face with fresh water. Do not mix the ingredients, although you can alternate them by applying a different mask every week.

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4 Natural ways to look good without Makeup

Makeup is a woman’s best friend. It exists to brighten your day, boost your ego, and make you feel confident on days when you otherwise choose to hide inside far from sight.
Without makeup, most women feel naked and vulnerable. With all the calling to be real and confidently beautiful, how can women look good without makeup naturally?
Here a list of tips from the experts and beauty gurus to archive how to look good naturally without makeup. Follow this rules

  • The Golden Rule

Every single time you wash your face, follow it up with a moisturiser and a sunscreen before you leave the house. “If you have marks on your skin, mix lacto calamine lotion with your sunscreen. Along with fading away blemishes, it also helps treat acne and dry skin”, suggests Dr. V. P. Kaushik, a Delhi-based Dermatologist. If you are prone to pimples, use a non-oily moisturiser and if you have dry skin, opt for heavier moisturisers containing coconut or shea butter

  • Exfoliation is the Key

“At least once a week, exfoliate to remove dead skin cells, leaving your face with that glow you’ve alwayswanted”, recommends Dr. Rahul Nagar, Dermatologist, Max Hospitals. Never scrub too hard, because it leaves the skin feeling irritated. If you don’t possess an exfoliator, just add granulated sugar to your cleanser and scrub gently to get smooth skin. It works wonder

  • Drink your morning cup of hot… water?

I love me a nice cup of tea to start the morning, but lately I have been making the switch to plain old hot water with lemon.

Yes, it sounds boring, but incorporating a cup of hot water and lemon is one of the best things you could do for yourself in the morning. Not only does it help to wake up your senses but it flushes and purifies your body of toxins, while also reducing your chance of future skin sensitivities.
Besides, water hydrates your body, which keeps your skin supple so you can rock that dewy glow… without having to apply highlighter to get the same effect.

  • Keep hands off.

We all catch ourselves doing it – resting your chin in your hand, popping pimples, rubbing your eyes or massaging your forehead. And you know what? It’s hurting your skin.
Since the skin on our face is the most delicate on our body, it is easily damaged, stretched, and torn.
Each time you rub your eyes. Each time you tug at your skin. Each time you rest of face on your hand. Each time you scratch your face or pick at your skin or pop pimples, you are causing micro-tears in your skin.
These micro-tears eventually lead to future wrinkles, and what’s more, they can also cause a gradual degradation of your skin.
Moral of the story?
Keep your hands off your face. Enough said.

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    Baking Soda beauty uses

    ​There is one ingredient in nearly every kitchen cupboard that can do wonders for your hair, skin and body. This inexpensive, multitasking item is nothing but baking soda! In fact, baking soda can help you look your best from head to toe.

    Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate, a natural substance that is crystalline but often appears as a fine powder. This alkaline substance has antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also a powerful medical tool effective at combating everything from colds to oral problems to skin issues.

    Baking soda is effective when used for short periods. However, excessive use can damage your skin and hair. Also, you should do a patch test to determine whether your skin is sensitive to it.

    Facial Exfoliator

    Ditch your conventional facial exfoliator with microbeads for a homemade baking soda version. Those tiny plastic pellets are wreaking havoc on the environment – with an estimated 19 tons of microbeads being discharged annually into New York’s waterways alone!

    Baking soda will help remove sebum and dead skin cells from the face and its antimicrobial properties will prevent skin infections – although it may be too harsh for very sensitive skin.

    For a thoroughly cleansing scrub, mix a tablespoon of baking soda with a few drops of water and some optional Vitamin E oil to form a paste. Massage onto the skin using circular motions, avoiding the sensitive eye area. After one to two minutes, rinse your skin with warm water followed by a cool rinse to close the pores, and pat dry.

    Follow up with your favorite natural moisturizer or a little virgin coconut oil.

    Dry Shampoo

    Dry shampoo is an amazingly useful product to have on hand. Apply it on those mornings you hit snooze one too many times, after a gym session, or to simply give your hair some added lift.

    Baking soda makes for a fantastic all-natural dry shampoo which really keeps the oiliness in check. Use it on its own, or mixed with a few drops of essential oil – like lavender, lemon or rose – for a pleasant scent.

    Those with light colored hair can just work the powder evenly through the hair, before brushing. Brunettes may need to add a little cocoa powder to the mix first to avoid a gray tinge.

    Nail Treatment

    Use baking soda to both whiten your nails and exfoliate the cuticles.

    For healthy cuticles, dip a nail brush into a paste made from baking soda and water. Rub this in a circular motion over the hands and fingers and rinse off.

    Those with yellow nails – caused by too much bright nail polish – can blend baking soda with the juice of half of a lemon and apply to the nails. While the lemon serves to lighten and nourish, its acidity means it is best avoided if your hands have cuts or scrapes!

    Freshening Mouth Rinse

    Kill the bacteria that cause bad breath and reduce the risk of canker sores with a baking soda mouth rinse.

    Stir a teaspoon of baking soda into half a cup of water until dissolved. Swish this around your mouth and gargle with it, making sure not to swallow. Repeat daily for healthy teeth and gums.

    This is also the ideal mixture to rinse with after oil pulling.

    Deodorant

    As you already know if you keep a box of the stuff in your fridge, baking soda has natural deodorizing properties, which makes it a great DIY natural deodorant. Just mix it with water until it makes a slightly moist, not runny, paste, and apply to your underarms to prevent sweat stains and body odor. You can also add cornstarch for even better wetness-absorbing ability.

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    Oil tree Benefits

    ​Tea tree oil, also known as Melaleuca alternifoliais, is an essential oil that has been around for quite a while. It hasn’t been until the past decade has its healing benefits been catching on like wildfire.
    The oil is extracted from a plant native to Australia and cannot be found naturally occurring elsewhere.

    When I began using essential oils, I thought they were mainly meant to help things smell yummy. As I learned more about them, though, I found that many have healing properties and can even be used to natural boost the immune system.

    ​For years, people have used tea tree oil to help with skin aliments from acne to psoriasis. But its benefits don’t end there.

    Tea Tree Oil For Cancer
    both tea tree oil and frankincense oil have been proven to have anti-cancer benefits. For abnormal skin lesions, you can mix l frankincense oil, raspberry seed oil and tea tree oil, then place on the area three times daily.
    Tea Tree Oil for Infections and Cuts
    Tea tree oil mixed with lavender essential oil is the perfect ingredient in a homemade wound ointment. Make sure to clean a cut first with water and hydrogen peroxide if necessary, then put on tea tree oil and cover with a bandage to help fight off infections. A study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology even found tea tree oil helps kills MRSA and staph infections.

    Tea Tree Oil for Toenail Fungus and Ringworm
    Because of its ability to kill parasites and fungal infections, tea tree oil is a great choice to use on toenail fungus, athlete’s foot and ringworm. Put tea tree oil undiluted on the affected area using a clean cotton swab. And for stubborn fungi, consider mixing it with natural anti-fungal oil of oregano. Tea tree oil has also been proven beneficial for treating and removing warts, so simply put tea tree oil directly on the area for 30 days once or twice daily.

    Tea Tree Oil for Acne
    One of the most common uses for tea tree oil today is in skin care products, as it’s considered one of the most effective home remedies for acne. One study found tea tree oil to be just as effective as benzoyl peroxide, but without the associated negative side effects that many people experience including red, dried and peeling skin.
    You can make a homemade gentle tea tree oil acne face wash by mixing five drops of pure tea tree essential oil with two teaspoons of raw honey. Simply rub on your face, leave on for one minute, then rinse off.

    Tea Tree Oil for Psoriasis 
    Tea tree oil can help relieve any type of skin inflammation, including being used as a natural eczema treatment and for reducing psoriasis. Simply mix one teaspoon coconut oil, five drops of tea tree oil and five drops of lavender oil to make homemade tea tree oil eczema lotion or body soap.

    And Many others uses in:

    • Bacterial infections
    • Chickenpox
    • Cold sores
    • Congestion and respiratory tract infections
    • Halitosis (bad breath)
    • Dry cuticles
    • Itchy insect bites, sores and sunburns
    • Boils from staph infections

    Tea tree oil may cause side effects if there is interaction with other drugs and may cause side effects in your pregnancy. Be sure to consult your doctor before use it.

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