Thrifty Beauty – Learn to Save Money on Everyday Beauty and Skin Care


Learning to live frugal and frugal has been my goal for years. I am looking for ways to save on everyday items. Being economical takes planning and budgeting. I've collected some thrifty tips that I like to share. Here is my collection on beauty tips. Enjoy!

  • Drink plenty of water and soda. (This is good for more than your skin!)
  • Use less shampoo. Some people suggest to wash their hair every other day, even if it's something I can not do.
  • Stop smoking. It causes premature aging, along with other bad things that the cigarette does.
  • Coupons for beauty products, especially for pharmacies, where products are already reduced.
  • Use a vegetable cooking spray to quickly dry nail polish.
  • Baby lotion is an affordable body moisturizer.
  • The witch hazel makes an excellent toner for oily skin.
  • Sleep more.
  • BOGO – check to buy a get a specials at the pharmacy and department stores. If your BOGO item has a long shelf life, get some extras. Ditto for items for sale.
  • Use olive oil as a softening bath oil.
  • Adding a cup of milk powder to your bath also creates a soothing bath time.
  • Check the coupons on the toothpaste. Try to never pay the full price and use less on your toothbrush.
  • Rinse your hair with vinegar to make it shiny and soft.
  • Use Epsom salts for a thrifty and awesome foot.
  • Save money and let your skin breathe by not using makeup when you stay at home.
  • Buy inexpensive mascara. The cheapest brand is usually as good as the designer brands.
  • Buy generic brands when you can.
  • Use a homemade cleanser made from milk and honey. Use half a teaspoon of milk powder and enough honey to make a paste. Add a little water to facilitate the spread. Put on your face and massage into the skin to clean. Rinse and dry.
  • A slice of cucumber, left on your eyes for about 15 minutes, reduces puffiness.
  • Gather product samples, including shampoos and soaps from your vacation.
  • Use petroleum jelly for chapped lips.
  • Vaseline also works as a skin moisturizer and as a hand cream.
  • Petroleum jelly makes a make-up remover and makes the skin soft too.
  • I try not to wear tights as much as possible, but I've heard that storing his gut in the freezer makes them last longer.
  • Reduce stress. No magic pot here, but the exercise, the rest and the activities you love can help you.
  • Not necessarily a thrifty or thrifty tip, but discard makeup items after a year. Bacteria can grow in containers and cause irritation and infection.
  • Comparative store in store and online.
  • Use less makeup. A little goes a long way.

Use these tips to save money on beauty treatments and find yours.


Source by Janet B Pearson

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