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Tips for Homemade Body Care Products
Personal care manufacturers have convinced us we need fancy formulated products to look our best. But we don’t. It’s no secret that chemicals are used widely in household and personal care items. Homemade body care products are the best and hygienic and free from side effects. So beautiful women should follow the tips as below.
1. Oral Hygiene
No one wants bad breath, or worse, a cavity. Bad oral hygiene has been connected to serious health issues including gingivitis and heart disease. You can have an impeccably clean mouth by using all-natural, chemical-free products.
Rinse your mouth with salt water, a drop or two of essential oils, and a splash of vinegar instead of alcohol-based, artificially colored mouthwash.
Can you believe that just 100 years ago, people rarely washed their hair more than once a month? It’s true. But we’ve been convinced that daily hair washing is best. It actually causes a lot of damage—stripping the hair of healthy oils. Further, most shampoos, even those marketed as organic or natural, contain harmful chemicals.
In cultures around the world, oil is used on the hair to condition and nourish.
Coconut, avocado, sesame, and almond oil are great at moisturizing hair and scalp. You can leave the oil in or wash it out. Even if you’re not ready to give up your favorite conditioner just yet, your hair—especially if chemically treated—will benefit from the healing effects of a good oil treatment.
Commercial lotions are made by “whipping” oils much in the same way mayonnaise is made. They’re stabilized with chemicals and scented with fragrance.
You can easily skip all that nonsense by going straight the moisturizing goodness: the oil. Shea butter, cacao butter, coconut oil, and jojoba oil are just a few excellent options. Add a few drops of your favorite essential oils for a natural fragrance if you like.
Antiperspirants are made of harmful cancer-causing agents that try to prevent your body from performing an important and natural function. While preventing perspiration is not recommended, you can “deodorize” your armpits naturally.
6. Natural Facial Care
Women love their facial care products, but many of them are not only ineffective and even damaging, but they’re also expensive. Regardless of your skin type, oils are cleansing, moisturizing, and balancing.
Try these three ingredients for glowing skin: Wash with apple cider vinegar (or a gentle castile soap), cleanse and moisturize with jojoba or coconut oil, and get a fabulous glow with sea buckthorn oil.
Get plenty of sleep, drink lots of water, and look better than ever.
Sources: theepochtimes, agencies