6 Natural Beauty Products You Didn’t Realize You Already Have At Home
These days there are so many beauty products circulating the media. Products promising perfect skin, gorgeous hair, and a dazzling smile flash across our screens, billboards, and airwaves every day. It can be hard to keep up; and it definitely makes our wallets shrink. Add on the responsibility of buying products with safe ingredients, and you’ve got yourself a headache.
Newsflash! I bet you already have 5 fantastic beauty products hiding in your cupboards. The beauty of these natural remedies is that you don’t need to worry about scary ingredients or harsh chemicals. Skip the buyer’s remorse, and delve into the resourceful world of natural beauty.
Here are six products that will save you from worry, give you gorgeous skin, nails and hair, and won’t break your bank account.
1. Coconut Oil
Yes, we all know the benefits of coconut oil. It seems every day we see a new article about this magical substance. You’re probably skeptical about the 1200 ways you’ve seen people use this product online. No, coconut oil probably won’t transform your entire body, or help you get promoted. However, it can remove your make up effectively, and that’s great!
Swap out your eye makeup remover and save up to $10 a month
Out of Total Beauty’s 20 Best Makeup Removers, the typical remover averages about $25.00. An 8 oz. jar of coconut oil is about $15 and will last you much longer.
2. Baking Soda
Baking soda is great for two reasons; it can whiten your teeth, and it can deep clean your hair.
Brush your teeth with your normal toothpaste and then finish with a re-brush of baking soda. You’ll love your new brighter smile, and won’t spend any extra money or expensive whitening strips or soaks.
In the age of dry shampoo, it’s important to make sure our scalps get a deep-cleansing once in a while. Baking soda is a great ingredient to add to at-home hair masks or cleansers. Freeing your scalp of dry skin and build up will lead to a more beautiful and healthy head of hair.
3. Apple Cider Vinegar
Speaking of hair health, Apple Cider Vinegar is a great product to add to your hair routine. After cleansing with the baking soda, finish conditioning with the Apple Cider Vinegar. You’ll notice a gorgeous model-like shine and bounce in your freshly treated locks.
4. Tea Tree Oil
Bad skin, be-gone! Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic, perfect for killing off acne-causing bacteria. Use it as a spot treatment, or a general toner. This natural oil is found as a major ingredient in many skin care products, so why not go straight to the source? You can buy it at your local Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s.
5. Witch Hazel
Witch Hazel goes right along with Tea Tree Oil as a fantastic way to tone and care for your skin. It’s a natural astringent, and will help rid your face of excess oils. Mix the two ingredients together for a combination acne just can’t beat.
Witch Hazel also reduces inflammation; it’s great for bruises, puffy eyes, or bug bites.
6. Coffee Grounds
Is there anything coffee can’t do? Not only does it help women all over the world conquer the day, now it can also help them achieve glowing skin.
Coffee grounds are the perfect exfoliant. They do a great job of removing dead cells, without harshly irritating the skin’s surface. Plus, the smell can’t be beat. Use them for a deep scrub once a week and notice glowing radiant skin.
Are you ready to give your wallet a rest, and your body a natural pampering? Try these six found-at-home beauty products. You’ll be amazed at the amount of money you save, the results you see, and the relief you feel.
These are some of my favorite things! The only one I don’t regularly have on hand is witch hazel. Will have to change that.
Witch Hazel is the best (and super cheap too). Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
I didn’t know any of these things had all these uses!!
I’m very surprised by coffee and with hazel.. Both I of which are always in the house..
It is witch hazel they add to feminine wipes to soothe?
i often use coconut oil for make up remover and moisture .
Apple cider is the best toner.
I have tried all of these EXCEPT the tea tree oil for blemishes. I knew it was good for athletes feet….I think? It’s good for the feet somehow. Lol. I use coffee grounds every morning under my eyes and a scrub weekly. Add egg whites peel and VIOLA! Beautiful my darling?