Natural Homemade Beauty
Homemade recipes for scrubs, facials, pedicures, manicures, bath salts and more using natural ingredients.
Tired of using an eye makeup remover that irritates your eyes and skin? This one isn’t just gentle; it also soothes the skin around your eyes, as well as your eyelashes.
In our part of the country the summer has been exceptionally hot and dry. Although I love summer and prefer it over the cold gray of winter, some beauty problems come along with it. If your hair is naturally wavy or curly, it may turn frizzy. Longer hair is hot on your neck. You feel sweaty as soon as you step out of the shower. Well, there are some things we can do to help relieve these problems. Here are some ideas.
As swimming is like relaxing therapy for the mind and good for the heart exercise, it is not always the best for your skin and hair. So, if you are planning to go for swimming regularly whether in a chemically treated pool, a salt-filled ocean, or a pond or lake, then these steps you need to insure to protect your skin and hair so that it remains health and hydrated.
No we’re not talking about which fruits and vegetables you should eat, we’re talking about which ones you should put on your skin. The natural fibers in the fruits act as a scrubber, the oils moisten skin and the antioxidants work their magic from the outside.
Body and hand lotions commercially produced contain ingredients which are good for preserving the lotion for a long shelf life but maybe aren’t so good for your skin. Make your own lotions so you know exactly what it contains. Add scent through essential oils or a drop or two of your favorite perfume.. Lotions are made primarily with water, oils and an emulsifying agent which binds the water and oil together. If you don’t use an emulsifier the lotion separates into water and oil.
Making your own homemade beauty products is much easier than you’d think. The recipes that you find on this site are easy to follow along and use mostly common household products.
Nettle is the common name for the plant Urtica dioica, also called Stinging Nettle. Stinging Nettle herb is an exceptional plant for restoring health and beauty to your hair. An herbal infusion made from nettle leaf is a gentle and safe herb to rinse your hair with. It is also made into an infusion to drink every day. In fact, you receive more nourishment to your whole body, skin and hair when you drink nettle infusion on a daily basis and use it as a hair rinse weekly.
Did you know that herbs and spices can also be used in preventing hair loss? This is why it could be right time for you to hit the kitchen first and try out these simple and natural solutions to avoid excessive hair shedding.
Tropical scents, coconut textures, luscious fruits, bright flowers and exotic fragrances embody the essence of Hawaii. Hawaiian plants, foods, flowers, oils and enzymes can help you to naturally maintain and enhance your inner and outer beauty. Whisk yourself away from ordinary with these 10 Hawaiian beauty ingredients: