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Beauty Remedies That Are Available In The Kitchen

The kitchen is more than just a place to cook meals, why not turn to your kitchen some skincare beauty hacks?
  • Alice Mary Topno
  • Editorial
Published -11 May 2022, 16:30 ISTUpdated -11 May 2022, 15:34 IST
beauty remedies

To keep your skin looking fresh and lovely, you don't need to spend a lot of money on pricey cosmetics or lotions. There is a lot you can do organically to keep your skin looking healthy and youthful. Instead of spending a fortune on cosmetics, turn to your kitchen. Kitchen beauty remedies have their own fan base, and if you enjoy doing DIY tricks in the pantry, here are five great ideas to try.

1. Sugar Scrub

Sugar Scrub

You don’t need an expensive store-bought facial scrub to get rid of dead skin cells. Everyday ingredients like sugar and uncooked ground rice from your kitchen cabinet can make great exfoliants. For instance, sugar has natural humectant properties. It can keep your skin naturally moist and hydrated. Mix two teaspoons of organic granulated sugar with one teaspoon of coconut oil. Gently rub onto your face and then wash with warm water.

2. Tea Bags

Tea Bags

To get rid of dead skin cells, you don't need an expensive store-bought facial scrub. Exfoliants can be made from everyday things like sugar and uncooked milled rice from your kitchen cupboard. Sugar, for example, has natural humectant characteristics. It can keep your skin hydrated and moisturised naturally. Combine two tablespoons of organic granulated sugar and one teaspoon of coconut oil in a mixing bowl. Rub gently on your face, then rinse with warm water.

3. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar can help you lose weight. It also works as a toner and acne treatment for the skin. Cider vinegar's acidic component immediately dries pimples. Mix one part apple cider vinegar with four parts water to manufacture your own. Apply a small application of this DIY face toner using a cotton ball before going to bed. Increase the concentration by three parts water to one part cider vinegar for obstinate acne.

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4. Olive Oil 

Olive Oil

Olive oil isn't just a central part of the Mediterranean diet. It can also be used to perk up dull locks. The reason for this is that olive oil contains fatty acids that coat and preserve each shaft. Go into the kitchen and microwave half a cup of olive oil for a few seconds. It should be just warm enough. Leave for 20-30 minutes after massaging it into your mane. For softer, shinier results, rinse and shampoo your hair.

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5. Lemon Juice

Lemon Juice

Lemon juice is utilised to naturally lighten hair and make it bouncy because lemons contain citric acid, which can open hair cuticles. If you expose your hair to the sun's UV rays, you'll have a natural lightening agent. Squeeze the juice of four lemons into a third cup of water to make a DIY hair lightener. Fill a spray bottle halfway with the mixture. After applying sunscreen to your face and hands, spray it evenly into your hair and spend at least 45 minutes in the sun. When you go home, thoroughly rinse your hair and use a conditioner that is appropriate for your hair type. Your hair will naturally become bouncy.

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Your skin and body like you are unique. While we have taken all measures to ensure that the information provided in this article and on our social media channels is credible and expert verified, we recommend you consult a doctor or your dermatologist before trying a home remedy, quick hack or exercise regime. For any feedback or complaint, reach out to us at compliant_gro@jagrannewmedia.com