Monday, March 3, 2014

Homemade Beauty Savers

Are you the type that is handy dandy on the home front? Do you hate worrying and wondering about what ingredients are in your beauty products? Fear not. There is Beauty D-I-Y in your future!

Above is a great D-I-Y sunscreen and lotion base recipe, ehh? Coconut oil is so hot right now and the beauty industry is including it in everything! You tell me who doesn't love things that remind them of pina coladas. Seriously.

Now let's talk moisturizing serums that absorb into your skin like an angel's feathers caressing your cheeks. At this very same time, somewhere a unicorn is being birthed in your moisturized honor. Check out this article on how to make your own hyaluronic acid serum here. The store bought hyaluronic acid serums can cost you anywhere between $20-$150. Their prices crazy vary, right?!

Peter Thomas Roth VIZ-1000, $65
Get it here.

Store bought mentionables include:

Peter Thomas Roth VIZ-1000, Reviva Labs Hyaluronic Serum, Trish McEvoy Beauty Booster Serum & Fountain The Hyaluronic Molecule.

The Fountain's Hyaluronic is actually taken orally and is ingestible which aids in lubricating your joints as well as keeps your skin plumped from the inside out. Also, it's such a hot seller that it's often out of stock. They do, however, have an email alert you can sign up for to know when it's in stock.

Finally, take a gander below at a homemade mask that is perfect for acnegenic skin. Why should you be using chemical exfoliators, you ask? Dead skin harbors bacteria which can cause acne. Slough it off your precious dermis, baby! Yeah! Austin Powers the Shagadelic Super Star would also like to tell you that by exfoliating in the mornings, you're helping your foundation look more like one million dollars throughout the day.


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