1. Got Zits?
Go and grab that lemon that life just threw at you!
According to Self magazine, “Citric acid, a naturally occurring alpha hydroxy acid, works like an astringent, clearing oil” from the skin. Take a tiny bowl and squeeze some lemon juice into it. Add a teaspoonful of water to dilute slightly. Grab a cotton ball and apply to oily or problem areas. Rinse after 15 minutes with warm water.
2. Olive oil as eye makeup remover.
If you’re like me and you’re using waterproof eyeliner and mascara, you’re going to want to take it off before bedtime. Olive oil on a tissue is a great way to save money and also doesn’t hurt your pretty eyes. No need to buy eye makeup remover anymore. Rinse face with water afterwards.
3. Sugar and Olive Oil
Miix equal parts of sugar and olive oil and stir in a small container. Seal the container afterwards for additional uses. It’s a great st home remedy that helps to exfoliate and moisturizer cuticles, lips, knees, elbows, and feet. I love this one and save money by not having to purchase those pricey sugar scrubs!
4. Pam cooking spray as nail polish quick dry
It takes the place of the aerosol quick drying product that they use at salons to dry the nails. It works just as well. (yep, I tried it and it really DOES work!)
5. UV Damage Face Mask: restore you sun damaged skin without destroying your budget with pricey spa facials. According to Fitness magazine, this at home facial works wonders for over exposed skin
What you need:
tablespoon of plain yogurt
Take the blueberries and mash them with a fork or put them in your food processor to blend, then add the yogurt.
Apply evenly to face and leave on for 10 to 15 minutes for maximum results. Rinse with warm water
Beauty Facts: The lactic acid in the yogurt helps to exfoliate and remove the UV damaged layers of the epidermis. The blueberries are loaded with vitamins C and E, which aid in moisturizing and repairing the fine lines caused by the sun.