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Undiscovered Beauty Secrets From Your Kitchen

Updated on September 10, 2015

Are you sick and tired of wasting money on expensive beauty products which are failing to deliver and live up to the promises these make? Do you feel frustrated and have given up on the hope and idea of beauty? Then don’t because beauty does not necessarily have to come at an expensive price.

Do you know that your very own kitchen is house to natural beauty products that can help you achieve the look you want to. Surprised? Don’t be! Carefully read the article to find out how you can use food items from your kitchen to enhance your beauty naturally.


Do you know honey has everything it takes to beautify you? Further good news for you is that you can use honey in a variety of ways to beautify you. Add a teaspoon of honey to your daily diet preferably in the morning to take benefit of its rich nutritional content. However, individuals suffering from diabetes or any other health problem should consult their health practitioner before including it in their diet.

Honey is loaded with essential vitamins and minerals which fulfill your body’s nutritional requirement and thus brings health and glow to your skin.

Another way to use honey for beauty is to apply it on your face. However, before you apply honey to your face tie back your hair so you may not accidentally apply it to your hair. You may also add a few drops of lemon to honey to make a nutritious, brightening and anti-aging face mask.


Oats are another kitchen item that you can use to improve your overall health and enhance your beauty. Oats are used as effective and gentle cleanser, face scrub and face mask to bring glow to your face. Combine oats with milk and leave it for half an hour so the oats may dissolve in the milk and it becomes easier for you to give the mixture a paste like consistency.

Apply this paste on your face and allow it dry or else keep it for a minimum of 20 minutes so your skin may absorb the nutrition from the paste. When the paste dries up spray a little rose water or apply a little milk o your face to soften the mask a bit. After the mask has softened a bit rub your face gently with both your hands to scrub it off.

Wash your face with water and allow it to dry naturally. Follow with rose water spray for moisturizing and toning your skin.


We bet tomatoes presence on this list must be a little surprising for you but wait for the pleasant surprise the tomato application on your face will result in. Cut a ripe tomato into two halves and rub one half on your face gently for 10-15 minutes carefully avoiding the eyes and lips areas.

Tomato application will help clean your skin of any dirt, pollutants and wipe away the dead skin cells on the surface. It may sting a little but normally this does not cause any harm to your skin. Make sure you do it twice or thrice a week to obtain fresh, smooth and glowing skin.


These beauty products are not only natural, highly affordable but are also effective and entail no side effects. Therefore, rather than wasting your money on expensive cleansers, moisturizers, scrubs and masks try these 100% natural and nutritious kitchen beauty products.


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