of your beauty
Nobody knows you better than you know yourself.
So who better to make your beauty products than you?
Utilize the chocolate in your pantry, buy a dozen beautiful roses, visit the produce department and save some of the beers from the weekend... all to make yourself more beautiful!
We have compiled a list of innovative DIY beauty products that you can make at home. They are as unique as they sound, and they work too! Are you ready to take matters into your own hands and try some of these all-natural, at-home skin and body treatments?
Moisturizing rosemary-lavender shower gel
The best days are those that start off clean. Start your morning with a unique homemade shower gel, made with essential oils and castile soap, and you'll be fresh and energized all day.
Clay and lavender cuticle cream
Nail polish isn't the only important part of a manicure. Care for your dry cuticles by using this simple clay and lavender cuticle cream. It's handmade specifically for your hands!
Sweet and spicy sugar scrub
Sugar and spice make all skin nice. You can easily eliminate your yucky dead cells with this sweet and spicy homemade sugar scrub.
Aspirin and lemon juice acne paste
With just a few simple ingredients from the pantry, you can get rid of those unwanted skin blemishes. Avoid those expensive products from the dermatologist, and give these at-home acne treatments a try.
Chocolate chip lip balm
Obsessed with chocolate? This lip balm may be your answer. This homemade lip balm will keep your lips soft, moist and totally kissable.
Sorry Shakespeare, but a rose by another name would probably not smell as sweet as this homemade toner. Wipe away excess oil while you clean and moisturize your face with just a few simple ingredients.
Skip the pricey perfume bottles from the store, and spend a little time making a homemade fragrance. Take control of how you smell by adding various essential oils to customize your distinct scent.
Moisturizing shaving gel
Shaving is a must-do task that sometimes feels like a chore. Brighten up your shower time by making a simple and replenishing oil and aloe vera shaving gel.
Cornmeal and buttermilk facial scrub
Buttermilk and cornmeal aren't just for cooking! They work on your skin, too. This exfoliating facial scrub is the perfect way to get rid of dead skin and even out your skin tone.
Beer is good for more than just a good time... it can also help you avoid breakouts. Just mix a few simple ingredients together with some bubbly beer to improve your skin.
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