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Do It Yourself Remedies for skin care


Skincare is an often forgotten aspect of daily care.Everyone wants a good skin. The first thing to do in order to achieve a good and healthy skin is finding out your skin type. Doing so is important because the proper skincare should adapt to your particular skin requirements! One easy way of improving your skin, that people use worldwide, is a face mask. Select the mask according to what your skin needs and see improvements in no time. Here are some easy-to-make face masks you can use, based on how your skin is or needs.You will experience a great skin within a Few weeks just by doing this

Dull skin
• organic apple cider vinegar;
• mineral water;
• 5 plain aspirin tablets;

Dilute a half ounce of organic apple cider vinegar with 4 ounces of mineral water then crush your aspirin tablets in it. Add to the water-vinegar mix and apply when you think your skin looks dull.

Acne Scars
• lemon juice;
• plain yogurt;
• honey;
• egg;

Mix 4 teaspoons of lemon juice with 3 teaspoons of yogurt and one egg white. Add 4 tablespoons of honey and mix for a bit. Clean your face and apply the solution on it. Let it sit for a quarter of an hour and then rinse with warm water.

Oily skin
• avocado;
• lemon juice;
• egg;

Combine one avocado with a half of teaspoon of lemon juice and one egg white in order to obtain a paste. Apply it to your skin and let to dry. After a while, rinse with cool water.

Dry skin
• real mayonnaise;
• baby oil;

Mix 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise with 1 teaspoon of baby oil and spread onto the face, elbows, or anywhere you feel it’s dry. After 20 minutes, rinse with water.

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