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7 Natural Beauty Enhancers

So you have been using tons of beauty products that sometimes gets the work done, but leave you with tired, dried out looking skin. The fact is, beauty products just cannot give you the glowing results you will get when you use some of the simplest items that nature has afforded us. Natural beauty enhancers are safer for your skin and even offer more protection. They are cheap and readily available for use. If you choose, you can use them to compliment the other products you use, or you can go completely natural. Either way, your skin will thank you for it. Here are some natural beauty enhancers that you will find around your kitchen.

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1.  Coconut

Make your skin glow with some coconut milk and coconut juice treatment. Grate or blend a coconut and extract the milk. Massage it over your face and lips and allow to dry, then wash with the coconut juice. Follow up with a warm water rinse after 15 minutes.

2. Honey

One of nature’s most well loved and valuable gift to the world of beauty is rich golden honey. When used on the skin, it leaves it nicely conditioned and supple. Make a facial mask using just one tablespoon honey, some milk cream or fresh cream and apply it to your face for 2 weeks. You will enjoy the way it makes your skin nice and soft.

3. Pasteurized Milk

Pasteurized milk makes a great cleansing agent. Simply use a cotton ball to gently wipe the milk over your face for 10 minutes.

4. Oranges and Yogurt

Orange juice makes a good moisturizer for the skin. Make your own moisturizing mask by combining one tablespoon orange juice and one tablespoon lemon juice with one cup yogurt. Make into a paste and apply to your face then rinse it off when it has dried.

5. Cucumber

Great for eating, wonderful for boosting the health, and great for treating the skin, cucumber also makes its way onto the list of top natural beauty enhancers. Mix some cucumber juice with rosewater and glycerin. Make into a liquid paste and apply to the skin to help remove tans.

6. Castor Oil

Have you been stressing over the appearance of those ugly dark lines at the side of your eyes? Castor oil is very nutritious and a great solution for those unwanted wrinkles. Carefully massage a little of the oil around your eyes, taking care not to let it get in them as it can cause irritation.

7. Potatoes

Potatoes are good not only for eating, but for reducing or removing blemishes from the skin as well. Cut a potato and rub it onto areas of your face where you have some form of pigmentation possibly due to acne or chickenpox. Allow it to dry then rinse with warm water.

Natural beauty enhancers have no side effects, and feed your skin with some much needed nutrients. Even if you are unwilling to go all natural, be sure to incorporate some natural products into your skin treatment regime. Your skin will thank you for it.

 

 

 

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