Natural homemade recipes for beauty problems

Dry, itchy, scaly and just plain uncomfortable skin can irritate any one. There are many moisturizers that have skin conditions like photo damage, loss of collagen, wrinkles, and age spots. It is evident to support their clams. Moisturizers play an important role to everyone. It helps to keep the skin smooth, supple, hydrated and young. Her you have recipes from dry skin to clammy feet that is holistic nutritionist and culinary consultant. It contains many chemicals and other active agents that can cause irritation to the skin.

Homemade recipes for your beauty problems

Lackluster hair

Lemon juice has brightening citrus that gives life and shine to lackluster hair. It has healing properties that aid dead stands. While hair is still damp, rub in a tiny bit of olive oil. Take lemon juice, white wine vinegar and olive oil. Rinse your hair by mixing warm water and 3 tablespoons of lemon juice and vinegar. It acts as a conditioner. Olive oil can locks moisture, during winter and it contains calcium, vitamin E and K.

Rough elbows and heels

Coconut oil has high nutritious and moisturizing. Make sure coconut oil is not melted. A fresh fig can harden the coconut oil and sugar that make you aggressive scrub. Take a ripe fig and mash them in a bowl. Add some coconut oil and mix them well. Apply this on your elbows and heels. It can lighten, clean and remove dead skin. You need to place that in fridge to have solidified. You can also add sugar to this and create a dry scrub. It can touch your skin and sugar will melt. Apply this to elbows and heels and be careful it causes a slippery surface.

Rosacea or redness

Aloe vera is high in anti-inflammatory and healing property. Lemon contains malic acid that reduces symptoms of rosacea. Take a quarter cup of aloe vera and 1 tablespoon of lemon juice. Add 1 teaspoon of sea buckhorn seed oil. Mix them well together and apply it directly on the affected area of the skin. It helps to cure in skin issues like acne and rosacea. It can also cure skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema, and rosacea.

Dry under eye patches

Apply thinly sliced cold cucumber to eyes and leave it for about 15 minutes. It is natural inflammatory and hydrator that has with a variety of B vitamins. It helps your blood flow. You can also apply jojoba oil under the eyes and leave it overnight. It has the property of healing the skin. Leave it without worrying about looking oily during the day. It absorbs, formulates, and restores its natural balance.

Dry lips

Apply jojoba oil onto the lips before you are going to bed. It can moisturize skin and has high nutritional vitamin E and zinc properties. It is rich in copper and iodine. It is one of the best remedies for dry, cracked skin.

Cracked cuticles

Aloe vera helps to aid cracked skin, infections, scrapes and cuts. Take a raw honey, aloe vera juice and olive oil. Mix them well and massage onto cuticles for about 5 minutes. Repeat it for about 2 – 3 times a week.

Flaky skin around eyebrows and nose

Apple and lemon acts as an exfoliate. Take apple, lemons and apricot oil. Blend juice with an apple and add tiny bit of freshly squeezed lemon. Apply it on the skin using a cotton pad in an upward and outward direction. It help to tone and boost collagen production.

Clammy feet

Take baking soda and white wine vinegar. Baking soda is deodorizer, which can sprinkle some into sneakers or powder onto feet. Repeat it 3 – 4 times a week. Soak your feet in water with white wine vinegar. It helps to cleanse and balance oils within the skin.

Dry, scaly skin

Pumpkin puree has vitamin A, which protects against UV damage, Vitamin C. It also increases collagen production. It can prevent and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Take a half cup of pumpkin puree, 1 banana, one quarter cup of yogurt and 2 tablespoons of pumpkin seed butter. Blend them and mix them well. Rub gently on your face in circular motion. Leave it for about minutes and wash them off. Zinc in it can add brightness of face, soothes, and moisturizes the skin. Pumpkin seed butter is rich in fats for moisture and in zinc to combat acne and to pump up the glow factor.

Static hair

Take some coconut oil and rub it between your palms of your hand and pat dry. Moisture will tame flyaways and hydrate tresses without leaving hair greasy looking.

Dandruff problems

The almond oil is rich in fats and vitamin E for deep conditioning. It helps to moisture and hydrate. It also helps to nourish scalp as it contains lactic acid in yogurt that cleanses and removes dirt, build up and dead skin cells. Take 4 tablespoons of almond oil, 1 tablespoon of yogurt and 2 tablespoon of mashed bananas. Mix them well and massage onto scalp for 5 minutes. Wash it off with water to get rid of dandruff problem.