But when it comes to masking, nothing beats a DIY concoction. Good thing there are plenty of skin-loving ingredients to be found in your kitchen. Read on for recipes you can DIY at home.
Show less Giving yourself a facial will leave your skin feeling fresh, renewed and beautiful. Using basic household ingredients, you can create a facial scrub and mask tailored to your skin type.
Oh, face masks, let us count the ways we love thee: 1. Really lazy. Which means we don't have the desire or the money to run to Sephora every week for new face masks.
I was uncertain about whether I should do this particular post or not. I think there is a perception that skin care is the realm of fairer sex. Strangely men getting facials and manicures are not remotely as commonplace as it is correlated with females.
DIY facials are so relaxing and therapeutic. They are easy to do and the results can be instantly visible. When repeated over time facials can improve the appearance and texture of your skin.
We love spending our summers outdoors — from backyard barbecues and mimosas by the pool to endless days at the beach, we try to find time to do it all. The downfall? All that time in the sun takes a real toll on our skin.
Glowing skin — that too, with absolutely no aid from makeup! Sounds a bit unbelievable, right? Though it sounds far fetched, it is definitely achievable. However, turning this dream into reality comes with a slight catch — it does need some serious hard work from your side.
The banana fruit pack is the best homemade face mask for oily skin. It helps exfoliate your skin, unclogs pores and gets rid of the dead skin and leaves your skin supple and shiny. The soluble fibers, calcium, potassium and magnesium content in bananas not only work on blood pressure and digestion but also work wonders on oily skin.