How to have perfect skin with natural remedies, at almost no cost

The secrets to always having perfect skin in a natural way and without wasting money on expensive treatments and some recipes to prepare effective DIY masks at home, one for each skin type. 


There are many products on the market, some of which are very expensive, to have perfect skin. Creams that promise miraculous results, but which are not always necessary. In the kitchen or in the garden we can often find ingredients that allow us to prepare completely natural remedies and almost at no cost to have skin without imperfections, radiant and healthy . 


The first step in choosing the best home remedies for our skin is learning about it . Each of us has their own skin type, let’s see the characteristics of each:

Normal skin : It is what everyone would like, it appears relaxed, compact and smooth. olive oil, aloe vera, cornflower and chamomile are the most suitable to maintain the right degree of hydration.

Oily skin : Appears shiny and greasy to the touch, it must therefore be normalized by using sebum-balancing, but not aggressive products. Rosemary, sage, horse chestnut and burdock are very useful in nature for this purpose.

 Dry skin : It tends to be chapped and tight. The recommended products must be nutritious, for example royal jelly or sodium lactate.

Combination skin : This is the most common type of skin, it is oily in the T-zone (nose, forehead and chin) and dry in the remaining areas. Best skin specialist in islamabad recomends Cucumber, red seaweed and chamomile

Impure skin : It is a very difficult type of skin that needs a lot of care because of  blackheads and pimples, therefore it needs constantly purified. 

POWER AND PERFECT SKIN :When you have skin problems or when in general you want to get a skin that is beautiful to the eye and to the touch, do not we must not need to remember that the first care comes from within, it is very important to take care of your diet . The intake of the right amount of vitamins is essential to achieve this goal. If it is not possible to eat good quantities of weight loos foods rich in vitamins, you can use natural food supplements , such as JuicePlus. , which are derived from real fruit and vegetables and which help balance the diet. 

Some foods are more useful than others: The green tea is the best detoxifying and helps against acne, also can be used to moisturize the skin and make it radiant  and toned. vitamin B are found legumes, and they promote cell regeneration.Skin aging can be prevent using tomatoes, peppers and carrots. Furthermore, the presence of beta-caratone reduces redness resulting from sun exposure. Spinach, turnips and broccoli are rich in vitamin A and guarantee a brighter and more even complexion. 

The apples contain vitamins B1, B2, A and C, which are involved in the cell metabolism. The citrus make it fresh and smooth skin, since vitamin C contributes to collagen production. Salmon, tuna, trout, sardines, herring and mackerel contain Omega-3s which have anti-inflammatory properties and dry skin. Omega-3 fatty acids help keep arteries clean and thus improve circulation.To prevent fight free radicals and the damage of photoaging use the dried fruit because which are rich in vitamin E. Ttofu is helpful  to firm and preserve collagen, according to skin specialists, the intake of isoflavones (also contained in the tofu) year fewer wrinkles and smoother skin. 


It is easy to see that many of the foods and natural products we have listed so far are easily found in our homes. So let’s see some recipes to create do-it-yourself masks , one for each skin type, in order to save money without sacrificing our well-being. 


Whip an egg yolk, a tablespoon of olive oil and a tablespoon of acacia honey, apart from whipping the egg white. Mix everything and brush on the face. After 20/30 minutes clean your face with wet wipes and then rinse. 


Blend half a banana and then add a teaspoon of lemon juice and one of honey. Spread the mixture on the face, avoiding the eye area, leave it to act for 20 minutes, then rinse thoroughly. 


Mix two tablespoons of lemon juice with two of baking soda and spread on all parts of the face where there are pimples or blackheads, using circular movements. After 5/10 minutes, rinse with warm water. The bicarbonate has exfoliating power, while the lemon juice is rich in antioxidants and promotes skin regeneration. 


Chop a slice of pumpkin, then add a tablespoon of yogurt and a teaspoon of honey. Then spread on the face and leave for 15 minutes.

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