For most mothers who stay at home and have exchanged their paycheck to spend time with their babies, pampering usually takes a nose dive. There is little time to focus on the appearance of someone. And for the most part, the finances are also tight. However, there are quick and easy ways to take care of the skin with products found at home or in stores. I will share with you some of my favorite tips for taking care of this skin without spending a lot of money.
Take the avocado in a bowl and crush it. Apply it to your skin as a mask and leave it on for 15-30 minutes. Then rinse with lukewarm water. Your skin should already be flexible. Not only are avocados good for nutrition, but they also rejuvenate and moisturize the skin.
2. Yogurt (preferably plain)
Just apply it on your face for 15-30 minutes and wash. Yogurt reduces improvements in the overall texture of the skin and gives you a healthy glow.
3. Exfoliation with olive oil and brown sugar
In a bowl, mix olive oil and brown sugar to form a paste. After the shower, use it to rub your whole body. Rinse then. Your skin will be smooth and soft.
4. Cucumber or Tea Bags
To reduce puffiness and dark spots under your eyes, apply cold tea bags or cucumber slices for 15 to 30 minutes.
It's great to use when your hair looks dull. Simply apply honey on your hair. Just be forewarned, it can be messy and sticky. Wear a plastic cap as long as you can stand it. Then shampoo your hair and rinse well.
6. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
Use this oil to treat your hair once every fortnight.Before going to bed, apply oil on your scalp and wear a shower cap. Shampoo the hair the next morning and the style you want. The coconut oil is also good to apply on your skin if it does not smell too good. But you can also apply it during the night and then shower the next day. Use it also for cooking or adding it to your food. Whichever way you do it, just eat coconut oil. Not only will your skin and hair shine, but your overall health will improve. It has also been shown to cause weight loss and it's a bonus.
7. The tea tree oil
I like to keep this as my all-in-one first aid remedy. It will take care of most rashes because it has antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties. So when this zit pops up, do not squeeze it, just apply a little tea tree oil. If you apply too much, it can sting, so use with caution. Test on a small, hidden area to make sure you do not react before applying it to your face.
8. Aqueous Cream
For a moisturizing bath, use this instead of your regular soap. And it is also good for moisturizing hands and cheap.