32 CRAZY HACKS FOR FLAWLESS SKIN
INEXPENSIVE RECIPES FOR CLEAR SKIN
Handmade soap is the best choice for those people who have sensitive skin or some allergies or prefer natural ingredients to chemicals. Moreover, soap making is a very satisfying process and hobby that will help you to relax and create cool and useful gifts for friends and family. And the best reason to make soap at home – handmade soap will cost you a penny. You can make soap using such natural ingredients like coconut oil, cocoa butter, honey, lavender oil, beeswax, honey and other. You will find various recipes of natural soap in our video.
No need to say that beautiful and clear skin requires a lot of effort and money to take care of. But beauty products may cost a lot and we prepared a collection of recipes from inexpensive ingredients that you can make at home. Need a mask for blackheads? Mix activated charcoal, gelatin, and hot water. Stir the mixture and apply. Garlic contains a lot of antioxidants and has an antibacterial effect and it’s the best tool to combat acne.
Hair loss is a real disaster and we have a perfect mask to stimulate hair growth. Mix baker’s yeast, hot water, honey, oil, vodka, and yolk. Spray the mixture on hair. Dandruff is an annoying problem especially if you have dark hair. Try to make this effective mask: mix onion juice, coconut oil, and burdock oil.
Dark underarms are a real disaster in summer as they look really bad. We choose a natural approach to armpit lightening. So, try the next recipe: mix sea salt, baking soda, and hot water. Exfoliate armpits and you are ready for the beach!
00:20 Clogged pores?
01:33 Surprising use of garlic
01:46 How to lighten underarms
02:55 Hair growth recipe
06:15 Homemade soap
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