How To Make Natural Botox at home
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One of the most popular products sold this season is botox products. Many of us are hugely concerned about the ageing process. And why shouldn’t we be? Naturally we all want to look our best for as long as we can. Everyone ages, no matter what and we will all see age on our faces, but there are things that you can do. A natural formula does not mean that you have to miss out on the effects anti-agers, some of the hardest working ingredients come from nature.
You will begin to see results immediately after the first use. The ingredients are obtainable, affordable, and you probably already have them on hand. This mask is hydrating on your skin, it reduces all the signs of fatigue, and will make your skin feel tighter and firmer.
You will definitely want to make this natural face mask, and here is how you do it:
1 tablespoon of cornstarch
5 tablespoons of freshly squeezed carrot juice
1 tablespoon of sour cream
In half a glass of water dissolve the cornstarch, put the water into a pot and add 100ml boiling water. Cook it on low heat until it thickens.
Then, after the mixture has cooled slightly, add the fresh carrot juice and sour cream. Stir the mixture well and put it on a well washed face, let it stand for 25-30 minutes.
Finally, wash the mask off with warm water and apply a natural moisturizing cream to your face. You can place the rest of the mask in your refrigerator.
For best results use the mask 3-5 times a week.
Six tips for glowing skin this winter
The winter can be brutal on your skin. Dry heat from radiators zaps moisture, and strong winter winds can lead to increased irritation and redness. Tight dry skin and chapped lips don’t have to be a way of life during the colder months though. This edition we’ve searched high and low to bring you the best tips for flawless winter skin. These handy tips are perfect for the professional woman on the go.
Say Goodbye To The Winter Skin Blues
As part of your daily routine you should use a mild face cleanser to wash your face and avoid taking very hot showers. Harsh cleansers and hot water will dry out the skin. Try looking out for oil-based moisturisers with vitamins C and E. Oil based moisturisers rich in vitamins are better at sealing in moisture and keeping skin hydrated than water based products. However, if you tend to have oily or problem skin, use a lighter lotion.”
The Sun Still Shines In Winter
It is recommended to always use a moisturiser with SPF even in winter. It’s important to protect your skin from the sun. Believe it or not, the sun can be even stronger and harsher on the skin in the winter than it is during the summer.
Three Things Everyone Should Have In The Medicine Cabinet
Skin specialists advise every woman should own, Aloe vera pure gel for any burns, cuts or rashes. Vitamin E capsules. Break open a capsule and apply the vitamin E to any scar or cut to help it heal quickly. And coconut oil. It’s very underrated and it’s perfect for winter because it’s so moisturising. You can massage it onto your hands and scalp. For those with tired or dry feet try putting some on your feet, put socks on and go to sleep, you’re feet will feel refreshed and ready to take the days strain.
It’s most important to keep your skin hydrated…Drink a lot of water and avoid soda and alcohol. It’s important to keep in mind that overall, people drink less water in the winter, and therefore are less hydrated, so drink up, even if you aren’t thirsty.
Different Season, Different Routine
Your skin changes each season with the weather, so you need to switch your skin care products accordingly. Most people use the same type of lotion all year, but it is advised you should choose a light lotion in the summer and combat dry skin in the winter with a heavier lotion.
What To Watch For
Our experts say stem cell research has come along way and is likely to be the next big thing in skincare. It’s been used for many different reasons, in the past and more so now in skin care. People are starting to develop products with stem cells from plants, flowers, fruits and vegetables. These ingredients will be extremely effective in skin care products. Who knows, maybe dry winter skin will be a thing of the past in the near future.
Health tip of the week
Juice to Ease Arthritis pain
3 celery stalks
Half chopped fresh pineapple
Juice all together and enjoy
(Fresh pineapple contains bromelain (enzyme) which works as a natural anti-inflammatory substance for swollen and painful joints)
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