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Top 10 beauty/skincare tips for women

On a budget when it comes to skincare? No problem. You can still get beautiful without leaving a dent in your purse. If you’re looking for simple, affordable and fun ways to pamper yourself, we’ve got you covered. These skin care tips are super easy to do at home with just a few ingredients. As an alternative to costly, invasive procedures and toxic skincare ingredients, these tips to help you save time, money, and your health. And, the best part is you’re using the soothing powers of nature and supporting your body’s innate healing capacities to look naturally beautiful.


1. Remove Tired Puffy Eyes with Chilled Tea Bags

Briefly steep 2 black, green, or chamomile tea bags in hot water for less than a minute. Then take out the tea bags from the water and chill in a small bowl in the refrigerator. Once chilled, place 1 tea bag over each closed eyelid. Leave on your lids for 15 minutes.


2. Use Coconut Oil and Raspberries for Brighter Lips

In a small saucepan on low heat, warm 1 Tablespoon coconut oil until it dissolves. Remove from heat and add 5 fresh or frozen red raspberries. Smash berries and blend until smooth. Place in a small glass container and refrigerate until stable. Use lip-gloss and clean fingers or a brush to smooth over lips. Make this fresh after a few days.


3. Get a Natural Face Lift with easy Yoga Poses

Doing inverted postures before pictures, interviews, and meetings can improve blood circulation and help give your face some extra vitality and lift. You perform the “downward dog” yoga pose by getting on the floor on your knees and hands and then straightening your legs. Or, simply turn forward and reach towards your toes. Stay in one of these positions as long as you feel relaxed, for about 1 to 5 minutes. If you have physical limitations such as wounds or back pain, check with your healthcare provider about how to modify this posture.


4. Get Kissable, Soft, Skin with a Natural Pomegranate, Raspberry, and Sweet Almond Oil Blend

Naturally, hydrate dry skin and add a more glow to the end of your skincare routine by creating a natural antioxidant-rich oil blend. Apply after washing or after putting on makeup. Mix equal parts Raspberry seed oil, Pomegranate seed oil, and Sweet Almond Oil. Place 4 to 8 drops of the oil mixture in the palm of your hand rubs your hands together to warm the oils. Then, with your fingertips mildly press the warm oil into dry areas of your face or areas where you have wrinkles and fine lines.


5. Reduce Skin Creases by Changing Your Pillowcase

Instead of harsher clothes, select a pillowcase that is silky and soft to decrease the friction and skin compression that happens while you sleep and leave you with extra lines in the morning. If you sleep on your side, try changing sides occasionally or sleeping on your back, so your face doesn’t wrinkle over time from pressure in certain areas. But, doesn’t stress about this… ultimately, you want to be relaxed because high-quality sleep is essential for natural beauty.


6. Hydrate Dry Skin with Coconut Water

You should start your morning with a glass of fresh unsweetened coconut water. And, throughout the day, drink clean water. At meals include skin-hydrating foods such as avocado, wild salmon, olives, and coconut.


7. Avoid Sun Damaged Skin by Eating Wild Salmon

Astaxanthin is a strong antioxidant that helps protect skin from the damaging effects of UVA sun damage, acting almost like an internal sunblock. It’s found in seafood such as krill, salmon, shrimp, lobster, crabs, and crayfish. You can also take Astaxanthin supplements. Enjoy some servings per week of seafood and wild salmon and consider taking a supplement every day, particularly during sunny times of the year. You also want to protect your skin on the outside with a natural sun defender.


8. Remove Dead Skin and Rejuvenate Your Face with an Organic Papaya Mask

Many exfoliants has harsh ingredients that mark your skin, which may damage the skin and speed signs of aging. Instead, it’s good to use an enzymatic exfoliant. Papaya has the natural enzyme papain, and pineapple has the enzyme bromelain, which supports naturally exfoliate the skin to leave it smooth and soft. Greener (unripe) papayas have higher quantities of papain, so opt for these to get the best benefit. If you have sensitive skin, use ripe papayas as they are less likely to activate an inflammatory reaction.

Scoop out a ¼ cup raw papaya skin and blend or mash with 2 Tablespoon fresh pineapple until smooth. Apply to dry skin and leave on for 15 minutes. Then wash with cool water. If you have sensitive skin, do a spot test on your arm before applying to face. The enzymes and alpha hydroxy acids in this recipe dissolve dry, dead skin. Do this once or twice per week.


9. Turn Inorganic Makeup Powder into a Natural Sunblock

Use colored mineral sunblock instead of foundation or mix your chosen mineral makeup powder with sunblock for a natural makeup that is light and defends your skin from the sun’s damaging effects. Mineral-based (zinc oxide) sunblock’s sometimes looked white and pasty so adding a mineral makeup tint helps your skin look shiny and smooth. 


10. Use Aloe Vera gel to Transform Red Irritated Skin into Soft Healthy Skin

If your skin is irritated and red, you’ll want to calm it right away. Prolonged inflammation of your skin can cause your skin to break down collagen production. Or, if you just want smooth, flawless skin, you can also use this skin soother. Aloe Vera gel has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and healing properties, and it penetrates the skin easily to provide nourishment. It’s great for soothing skin that’s been overexposed to the sun, as well as for treating minor cuts and eczema, scrapes, and acne.


Follow above all easy skincare and beauty tips for beautiful and gorgeous skin.

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