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Natural beauty care tips

Updated on July 15, 2015
  • If you have a combination skin, your skin will greatly benefit from AHA and vitamin C moisturizers and creams. Products that contain AHA tend to normalize the skin.
  • Papaya is good to normalize combination or oily skin and gives it a beautiful glow.
  • In a half cup of olive oil, put a small amount of camphor warm it lightly and apply it to scalp parting the hair straight and give a circular massage for the entire scalp is good for dandruff and hair care.
  • Grind a raw potato and add almond paste to it. Use the mixture regularly on the under-eyes to get rid of dark circles and puffiness.
  • Regular application of Vitamin E delays the onset of wrinkles. You could open up a Vitamin E capsule and apply a little oil under your eye and swallow the rest of the oil.
  • Vitamin C can reduce fine lines and other signs of aging. So during the day you can use a moisturizer or cream that contains Vitamin C.
  • Massaging your face regularly with almond oil or olive oil works wonders for dry skin.
  • Aerobic exercise for 30 minutes, 3 times a week will improve your cardiovascular system, increase your metabolism, and burn body fat.

  • Eyebrows and Eyelashes should be brushed daily with a small brush. Rub eyebrows and eyelashes with olive oil or coconut oil or almond oil to encourage hair growth.
  • The best footwear to wear is genuine leather. It takes the shape of your feet and moulds itself accordingly.
  • For gray hair, boil one cup of dried gooseberry with 4 cups of water. Add a pinch of sugar in it. Keep boiling till the quantity of the liquid reduces to one cup. Mix 2 cups of henna, an egg, juice of lemon and the gooseberry solution and apply on hair. Wash the hair after 2 hours.
  • It is better to avoid coloring of hair if you have split ends or damaged hair.
  • Once you have used a color, oil your hair at least once a week. Apply a generous amount of warm oil to your scalp, and massage well, so the oil spreads right to the ends of your hair.
  • It is better to apply castor oil for a healthy growth of hair.
  • Wash hair with tea once in a week.

  • Boil a few hibiscus flowers in coconut oil. Filter and use this hair oil to control hair loss and thinning.
  • Mix a little vinegar in warm water and rinse your hair with this solution. This will add bounce to dull and lifeless hair.
  • Egg white and curd is a good conditioner for hair.
  • Keep a piece of lemon next to your hand-washing soap. Rub it over your hands at least once a day, before washing. This will help delay the onset of age-spots.
  • Mash ¼ of a ripe banana. Apply on the face, taking care to avoid the areas under the eye. Leave it on for 10 mins, and then wash off with cool water. Banana is excellent to do away with dead skin that makes your skin look lifeless. Regular use of banana gives your skin fresh, healthy glow.
  • Neem leaves are excellent for pimples. Crush washed neem leaves to form a paste and apply this to the affected parts. Leave it on for at least an hour. Neem will help the pimples dry up faster.
  • Mix 2 whole eggs with four tablespoon of olive oil apply this mixture on your hair and leave it. Wash your hair after 20 minutes, you will find your hair slipping like silk after this.
  • Peel and grate a cucumber. Squeeze the juice to this, mix half-a-teaspoon glycerin and half-a-teaspoon rose water. Apply this on sunburns, leave it for some time.
  • Regular use of Retin-A cream, an acne product that exfoliates the skin, also improves the appearance of fine crow's-feet.

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    • dinkan53 profile imageAUTHOR

      dinkan53 

      6 years ago from India

      @Thelma Alberts Actually people are unaware of this flower. It is greatly used in the preparations for hair care. Hibiscus flower is edible and even used in salads. Boil some 12 petals of this flower in 250 ml of coconut oil. Boil till the oil turns fully red. Allow it to cool and store in a bottle. Now you have to massage hair and scalp with this oil. Every day use can prevent the hairfall and thinning of hair. I appreciate your read and feedback, thanks.

    • Thelma Alberts profile image

      Thelma Alberts 

      6 years ago from Germany

      What a great tips! My hair is getting thin. I like the advice of boiling hibiscus flowers with coconut oil. Can you please tell me the recipe or write about it. I´m sure there are lots of women and men who would like to try this. Thank you Dinkan. Voted this up and useful.

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      pat 

      6 years ago

      How do I reduce upper lip hair without waxing,shaving,laser,plucking,threading

    • profile image

      pat 

      6 years ago

      How do I reduce upper lip hair without waxing,shaving,laser,plucking,threading

    • DonnaCosmato profile image

      Donna Cosmato 

      6 years ago from USA

      Great advice on the natural cover up for gray hair. I had heard of tea colorant made with rosemary and sage but not one with gooseberries. Good tips; voted up!

    • carolinemd21 profile image

      Caroline Marie 

      6 years ago

      Thank you for the great tips! Voted up!

    • dinkan53 profile imageAUTHOR

      dinkan53 

      6 years ago from India

      @SweetiePie thanks, will add some pictures soon.

    • SweetiePie profile image

      SweetiePie 

      6 years ago from Southern California, USA

      Good tips, but no pictures?

    • dinkan53 profile imageAUTHOR

      dinkan53 

      6 years ago from India

      Black tea is used. Rinsing with tea will help to increase the thickening, stimulate hair growth and slow hair fall. A natural ingredient in tea can give the hair a dyeing effect, darkening the hair and adds shining.

    • stephaniedas profile image

      Stephanie Das 

      6 years ago from Miami, US

      These are great tips. Can you give more details about the tip "Wash your hair with tea once a week"? What does tea do for the hair, and what kind of tea is best to use?

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      bob 

      7 years ago

      but, how do u reduce upper lip and eyebrow hair without plucking/waxing/bleaching/shaving? any ideas?

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      Elena 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Interesting and practical Tips - I'd like to try out a few. Thanks for sharing. :)

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      Phillyfreeze69 

      8 years ago

      Wonderful natural ingredients does wonders for the skin...and are very economical. Very useful tips. Thanks!

    • mktanny profile image

      mktanny 

      8 years ago

      this is really good

    • laswi profile image

      laswi 

      8 years ago from Sri Lanka

      Thanks for information

    • sweetie1 profile image

      sweetie1 

      8 years ago from India

      Thanks for such lovely tips i would try to use them

    • Chris44 profile image

      Chris44 

      8 years ago

      Great hub, I will start to apply these Beauty tips

      hehehe.

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