Did you know healthy, glowing skin is possible without expensive creams and ointments that actually contain chemicals which can harm your skin? People looking to get smooth, glowing skin should look no further than their kitchen and the ingredients stocked in their pantry. Really, it’s as easy as that! Read on to know how you can get glowing skin with kitchen ingredients!
Avocados contain Vitamins A, D & E, potassium, lecithin and natural fatty acids that help moisturize and rejuvenate skin. Age spots and sunburn marks fade quickly with regular application and some studies show avocado can even boost collagen production! Simply mash up an avocado, mix it with raw honey or carrier oils like olive oil or coconut oil, leave it on for a while and wash off.
Yup, it’s not just breakfast food. A scrub made of finely ground oatmeal, brown sugar, honey and a carrier oil rubbed onto your face with remove dead skin and bring a glow to the skin that comes up.
That which makes pancakes taste amazing also makes your skin glow! Soak a soft wash cloth in buttermilk and lay it over your face for a few minutes before washing off with tab water.
This salad staple is rich in vitamins A & E, potassium and magnesium. Placing a slice on your eyes reduces puffiness and pureed cucumbers creates a soothing mask for irritated skin.
Coconut oil is renowned for skin benefits. It is rich in lauric acid that supports collagen production. Its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties also help in improving skin health.
These are the good fats found in seeds and nuts, fish like salmon and tuna and flaxseed oil. This oil helps in moisturizing the skin and prevents signs of aging.
Yogurt, buttermilk, pickles and sauerkraut are rich in probiotics which absorb toxins from the gut, eventually flushing them out of the body. This has direct impact on the skin, making it healthier.
This rather potent spice is beneficial to those who suffer from oily skin. A paste made of cloves, fresh mint and gram flour can be applied as a mask and washed off with cool water. A reduction of clove water, mint leaves and camphor can be used as an astringent, removing excess oil on the skin to create a healthy glow.
The fruit is well known for its natural bleaching effect. Lemon juice dabbed on sunburn and age spots can lighten them considerably.
Use egg white on your face to tighten skin and reduce blemishes! Simply mix with a carrier like almond paste, allow to dry and rinse off with cool water to get a slow but sure glow on your face!
The yellow spice contains anti-oxidants and anti-bacterials that help improve uneven skin tone. Simply mix with raw honey and some milk to make a mask. Rinse off with cool water after a few minutes.
We’ve let the most common and most important kitchen staple for the last. Water flushes out excess toxins from the body and hydrates the skin, leading to a healthy glow.
There you have it– the simple, low cost way of getting glowing skin with kitchen ingredients!