Today, I'll be sharing some easy and inexpensive beauty regimens using stuff (and food) that you can find in the kitchen.
These beauty remedies are not new to me. My mom, who is also a beauty lover, thought these things to me. These are some beauty regimens that I see her do ever since I was young. Amazingly, they all work!
To know how to use each item, please watch this video :
Here's how each of the stuff works :
Calamansi is a tried and tested natural skin whitener. This secret has been passed on from generations to generations. Some actresses even swear by this tiny fruit. It's really a safe and inexpensive way to whiten skin and lighten acne scars.
Apply this on the area that you want to lighten once or twice a day, every other day, and see visible results in just 2 weeks!
I also use this to lighten my underarms the natural way! (lol) I apply it at night, every night, before I go to bed and leave it on. The next day, my underarms feel smoother, less chicken-skin and also it prevents body odor and excessive sweating.
This is perfect for the hooot weather that we have in the Philippines now! Ice cubes will tighten the skin and make pores less visible. Don't have budget to buy expensive face primers and pore minimizers? How about natural blushy-cheeks? This is the solution! Do this everyday, twice a day, and see results in no time. Aside from it's beauty benefits, it will also make you feel cooler especially now that Summer heat is killing us again.
Some people think putting mayo on hair is gross. (It is, kinda. lol) But it's really effective! Do you remember Thalia when she played Marimar? Yes, those glorious long and curly locks! She was asked once and said her secret was applying mayonnaise onto her hair. Do this once or twice a month then leave on hair for 30 minutes and your hair will be shinier and smoother, parang nagpa-salon lang! lol
Those are just some of the many DIY beauty remedies using items that can be found in the kitchen. I will post some more in the future. But for now, I hope you found those useful!
Thanks for reading!