With little effort you can make various homemade remedies which will certainly be useful in many ways. In addition to saving your money, you will be pleased with the following outcome.
Vinegar for shiny hair
If you are one of those people who lust for shiny hair, then you should try diluted vinegar. All you need to do is rinse your hair with vinegar after washing it with shampoo. Vinegar will help the outer cell layer recover and regain the shine of your hair. After a few vinegar treatments, you’ll notice a significant change in the structure of your hair.
Cucumber and honey for pores
It’s not necessary to spend a fortune on cosmetic toners when you have this 100 percent natural formula. To tighten the enlarged pores, mix one medium sized, shredded cucumber with two tablespoons of honey. Chop up the cucumber in a blender, strain it and mix the resulting juice with honey. Keep the juice in a tightly closed bottle. Keep in the refrigerator and use it as a toner.
Revitalizing orange scrub
Remove the dead skin cells successfully with the help of revitalizing orange scrub. Squeeze the juice and pulp of a medium-sized orange in a bowl and then add four tablespoons of corn flour. Use this mixture for the face and body peeling. Massage the skin for three to four minutes and then rinse it thoroughly. It is very important to remove dead skin cells and restore moisture to the skin after summer ends. Besides this method, try the olive oil and sea salt scrub, which will deeply nourish the dry skin areas.
Honey for dry skin
If you are struggling with dry and taut face skin, simply apply honey to the face and neck areas, wait for 10 minutes and rinse it off.
Egg and olive oil for split ends
All you need is an egg and a little bit of olive oil. Mix the ingredients well and apply to the split ends. If you have dry hair, apply the mixture over the entire length. Leave it on for 20 minutes to half an hour, then rinse and wash your hair with shampoo.