Between the cooking for family and looking after kids, we often don’t take care of ourselves properly.
There is so much to do so it’s easy to start feeling run down and you start to see signs of aging on your face.
Proper skincare is necessary year-round, but it seems extra important right now with everything we must face.
So many products and options saturate the skincare industry.
According to CNN, the global skincare market is valued at around $135 billion. A large segment of this market includes pricey products that are out of the financial range for many of us.
You can still find many great products at different prices, but you can’t control the ingredients.
Many products contain harsh chemicals and additives. While such products are a marvel of modern chemistry, they derive their power from nature, and nature knows best.
As we all know, healthy food is a foundation of looking and feeling great. You are what you eat.
But many of these same foods are also powerful skincare ingredients.
The power to exfoliate, soothe, protect, and prevent aging is delicious, natural, and found in your kitchen.
There are as many unique skin types as snowflakes.
These types range from oily to dry and everything in between. I have combination skin, so I tend to have dry skin on my cheeks and chin, while my nose and forehead have more oil than a deep fryer.
I am at the age when I still get pimples but have to worry about aging skin.
With all of the skin types out there, it is necessary to determine which skin care routine is best suited for you. A dermatologist can help, and there are also many credible resources online.
Most dermatologists recommend washing your face twice a day. Sunscreen, moisturizer, and occasional exfoliation are also important.
A wide range of products is available at drug stores and beauty shops. But many of the same results can also be achieved with natural ingredients.
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Examples of natural skin care products include avocados, bananas, cucumbers, oatmeal, lemons, yogurt, eggs, coffee, nutmeg, turmeric, honey, and more.
Not only are these products inexpensive and accessible, but they can also treat many skin issues effectively.
Avocados, bananas, cucumbers, oatmeal, and lemons contain potent antioxidants that can moisturize, soothe, and brighten skin.
The lactic acid in yogurt, and the caffeine in coffee, can minimize fine lines and energize the skin.
Nutmeg can help with anti-aging too.
Honey has natural antimicrobial properties, while also being an excellent moisturizer, which is an essential balance for acne-prone skin. It is nature’s version of an anti-aging serum.
Using all of these ingredients addresses my skin issues and saves me a lot of money during the year.
These ingredients nourish my mind, soul, and body. If I have an important meeting or party to attend, I find the time for self-care beforehand.
No matter what, taking care of my skin improves my overall sense of well-being.
Here I’ve included some of my favorite recipes for face masks.
They may not be right for you, but surely with a little research on Pinterest or Google, you will find something that makes you glow.
Even though these products are natural, they are still quite powerful.
Consult a doctor if you have any concerns about adverse skin reactions.
Also, always be sure to test a small area of skin before applying any mask to your entire face.
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