Natural Oil’s For Skin Care

  • Raw honey (can be used as a mask or even as a gentle face wash — just wet your face with warm water and scoop out a little bit.) Honey prohibits bacteria growth (so it’s a food that truly can keep forever), and has even been proven to speed wound healing partly due to its natural hydrogen peroxide content, which is very cool. I like raw honey especially because it includes the pollen and propolis which are exfoliating, and it hasn’t been heated or filtered, so the full benefits of the honey’s natural state are retained.

Facewash with Raw Honey

  • Lush’s “Angels on Bare Skin” scrub — ground almonds, kaolin clay, and lavender.

kaolin clay mask

  • Coconut oil. Smear it on your face after washing, let it sink in for a bit, then towel off the excess before you head out the door. Also works on cuticles.

coconut oil

  • Argan oil. I bought a little bottle of Argan oil at Whole Foods to use on my cuticles, face and hair. A little goes a long way, and my face didn’t seem to like it, but it’s great for my fingers and for the ends of my hair.Argan oil for skin & hair

Acne Finally Gone! Turmeric Works Wonder

I had acne in high school (since I was 18). It may be hard to tell from the pics but around the chin and cheeks I was getting hard cistic acne. Some of it was so deep it wouldn’t even reach the surface. I also had it on my back and butt. https://i0.wp.com/i.imgur.com/ozvz1Aq.jpg I even changed my diet, stayed away from sugar, etc., but that was not working. Then I came across the Turmeric masque remedy while searching for natural remedies to get rid of acne, and after 2 months I have no acne at all and the scars are beginning to fade. Here is after picture:- https://i2.wp.com/i.imgur.com/7KSAGWe.jpg

Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory and has awesome health benefits, and apparently if you stick with it, 2-3 times per week for about 2 months, it is suppose to clear up your acne and help fade acne scars because of it’s natural skin lightening properties. Turmeric made into a paste and applied to acne-prone areas can destroy the acnes bacteria that cause inflammation and remove excessive oil from the skin. Turmeric possesses anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which are both beneficial in treating acne. I hope this will work for you as well!

Edits:- I had a little breakout (hormonal) the last few days so I’ve been following with 50/50 mix of neem and argan oils as moisturizer after cleansing. I find it really helps to clear up blemishes without making me all dry and flaky and gross the way BP spot treatments have in the past.

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Argan Oil by SheerArgan

Ed

Perfect Skin Care Tips by Various Beauty Bloggers

I am always on the hunt for perfect skin care ideas by beauty bloggers that I’ve never heard. The beauty blogger in me is always up for sharing these insights with other beauty lovers. Check out these beauty tips by bloggers following me. If you have any beauty idea that can help my readers, please share it via comment box below.

#1. How to get rid of blackheads:- Blackheads are tricky. They come from dirt getting into open pores. Best thing you can do is go get extractions ( washing your face, steam it then use a metal stick to poke out each black head) then start using a proper toner and moisturizer.

If you don’t want to get extractions, use a good exfoliate once a week, followed by a mud mask. It should open up your pores then detoxify them.

#2. How to make skin lighter:- Use an exfoliating oil-free cleanser, astringent toner , vitamin c dark spot removing serum (for evening and brightening your skin-tone), an oil-free moisturizer and follow with an oil-free sunscreen. Make sure you use a more abrasive exfoliate once a week to even out your skin tone.

#3. How to get rid of blemish spot after acne:- Scaring is very common after acne, try a vitamin C serum, and make sure you always use sunscreen since the sun will make them worse.

#4. A good body moisturizer :- With body moisturizers you can use most things, try to get something with Vitamin E and Argan Oil. You have to like the texture of what you’re using, so make sure you feel it first.

#5. When to use accutane:- Are you VERY oily? If so you can use accutane. It will make your skin dry and dehydrated, so make sure you use a hydrating enough moisturizer and something like midnight recovery concentrate to balance out your moisture barrier.

#6. Good weekly regimen to take care of eczema on face:- Don’t exfoliate using a physical exfoliant, get something that exfoliates on a chemical level, or something fruit enzyme based. This will gently remove the dead skin without scrubbing and irritating further. Use a very gentle cleanser without alcohol, a milky toner, and a hydrating moisturizer. If you want to go in further send me a message and I’ll give you an exact list of products I would recommend.

#7. How to get rid of scars because of chicken pox:- Are you oily? For the scaring use a vitamin c serum for dark spots. Use an oil free cleanser and lotion, that should help with your excess oiliness. Also if the scarring is also texture and not just discoloration, make sure you’re using an abrasive scrub once a week.

#8. How to get rid of sunburn:– Aloe vera is pretty much the best thing that you can do, also shea butter is great for that kind of thing.

#9. How to get rid of stretchmarks:- Stretchmarks can never be removed by beauty products. You can prevent them by using a hydrating body moisturizer. But strechmarks are a white scar, so lack of pigment. Laser is the only treatment. Sorry.

#10. Improve Skin Elasticity:– Using a serum. Something with hylaronic acid is great.

#11. How to get rid of yeast :-  Use a non-scented cleanser because yeast can oftan spawn from over perfumed products. Make sure you shower as soon as you can after sweating.

#12. How to correct thinning hair:– This is tough. That’s a genetic issue, there are scalp treatments that help to create a good environment for hair growth. But if your mother’s father is bald, you probably will be too.  If you use a lot of hair gels, try to give your scalp time to breath, that can also cause thinning.

I’d love to see more ideas and comments on these skin care tips…