Mix six-teaspoon petroleum jelly, two-teaspoon glycerin and two-teaspoon lemon juice. Apply this moisturizing lotion at least twice a week if you have dry and flaky, arms and legs.
For cracked heals, massage the foot with coconut oil and keep the foot in warm water for some time. Wipe the water off the feet and apply a mixture of hibiscus flower (10), Henna (1 handful) and juice of half a lemon. When dry wash it off.
To reduce puffiness of your eyes, grate a potato; tie in a cloth and place the cloth over your eyes for about 15 minutes.
Beauty is not only skin-deep. The first impression that affects a person forever about an individual forms in only ten seconds and is mostly based on visual impression of a person that includes his or her attire, personality, style and body language. Women have been aware of using this first impression to their advantage since thousands of years, almost by instinct. We know that ancient Egyptians and their mysterious Queen Cleopatra used many cosmetics, milk and rose petal baths, fragrances and many other methods to enhance their beauty.
The footwear of choice is made from natural materials, because it helps the foot breathe. Try to wear shoes or slip on the lace on the foot of your foot for comfort. Of all the beauty tips you can try these tricks at home beauty. If you have swollen eyelids, take a drop of castor oil cooler. To cool your eyes use slices of cucumber or cotton balls or pads soaked in milk. Put them on your eyes for a moment and relax. In an ideal world, we all get the ideal amount of sleep for our bodies every night, even if this does not necessarily mean eight hours.
Have you ever thought how a small bottle with nothing but clean water in it can rid you of your nightmares? You can use herbal flower water too, to spray your armpits with. Add a few drops of cologne to the water, if you like, in the spray bottle. Earlier in the day, use a spray deo immediately after a bath on semi-damp skin. Water makes a better spray than strong cologne because some cosmetics block the natural and necessary process of perspiration. Spray twice or thrice a day.
Mix equal quantity of almond, rose water, glycerine and lemon juice. Apply on face and keep overnight. Wash off in the morning, first with warm water and then with cold water, to give a glowing effect to your face.
To get rid of your pimple scars from the face apply tomato pulp every day and wash off after an hour.
Dry and cracking hands and feet are common in colder months. To treat hands, reduce the frequency of hand washing (which saps moisture from skin) and apply a Hand Cream. For feet, apply an antibiotic ointment, while feet are still damp after shower.
Apply a water-based moisturizer while your skin is still damp to seal in moisture before it’s lost. For dryer skin, use a heavier cream whereas for oilier skin, use a light lotion.
When you exfoliate, pay special attention to oilier areas such as the chin, nose and forehead. A gel mask suits combination skin. Or try using two different masks: a clay mask for the oil-prone nose, chin and forehead, and a cream mask for dry areas, such as the cheeks.