Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Enhance your beauty with Green Tea:

Do you know!!! Even "USED GREEN TEA bags"  can render a natural glow to your skin.

Method:

1.  Cut and scoop out the contents of used green tea bag.
2. Add 1 tablespoon honey and make a paste.
3. Apply the concoction on your face.
4. Leave it for 10 minutes and rinse it off to enjoy fresh, radiant and beautiful skin.



Used Green tea bags            +                       Honey                                      =                 Glowing skin


So, Next time make some productive use of used green tea bags (Don't discard them).

Sunday, 21 December 2014

Benefits of using an astringent:

How does an astringent work?



Here we go with certain benefits of using an astringent:

1. Cleanse your skin thoroughly before applying an astringent. 

2. An astringent can be used 2 to 3 times everyday.

3. Astringent application can be ensued with a light moisturizer.

4. An astringent breaks through the skin pores, removes dirt and counterbalances excess oil and constricts the skin pores to keep your skin youthful.

5. Its revitalizing effect  imparts a healthy glow and plays down the possibility of acnes, pimples and blemishes.
 
Related Post: Natural homemade astringent for skin

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Natural homemade astringent for skin:

Before you lay your hands on some expensive astringent as a part of your regular beauty need try some readily available ingredients in your kitchen or your fruit basket. The homemade astringents are natural and very gentle on your skin.



1. Cucumber juice:

Cucumber juice is an excellent astringent and is appropriate for all skin types.

2.  Rose Water:

Rose water is a mild and gentle astringent, appropriate for sensitive skin.

3. Tomato juice:

Apply tomato juice directly on oily/combination skin to get clean and radiant skin.

4. Lemon juice:

Lemon  acts as a natural astringent when mixed with water/rose water.

5. Aloe Vera:

Juice of the Aloe Vera plant works very well as an astringent.