|Home Remedies on Nov 28, 2012 @ 11:14 am|
I love home remedies too. I always try to find new home remedies to see if they work. What I love to do is look some up one YouTube. There is so many on there that are amazing. Olive oil is one of my favorite things to look up. I love the benefits from it. I also love coconut oil. I put a ton of this in my hair about 15 min. before my shower. The number one thing you have to remember when doing this is to shampoo your twice, if you don't you''ll get out of the shower and notice that your hair is still greasy. I did this once and I had to wash my hair again. I do the coconut treatment to my hair about once a week. At the most I would do this twice a week, but more then that.
|tips on Dec 03, 2012 @ 03:14 am|
Avocado honey face mask. Its a good treatment for acne prone skin, especially when you are having very bad breakouts. Mix a very ripe avocado with liquid honey (the pure-er the better) and apply to cleansed face. Leave for 15 minutes, then wash off. Helps to disinfect and heal. I use it when I am having some really bad, can't go outside like this days. It doesnt work instantly, but if you do it in the evening, by next morning your skin looks consideraby better.
Also aloe plant is good for the same problems, if you have it. You need to cut a piece of the plant, then cut it down the middle and split into two pieces. Apply the gooey side of the plant to your problem area, and tape it there for 15 minutes or more if you want. This is also okay to do to a small wound you think might get infected that doesn't require stitches but doesnt look too good.
Fun tip. After you take a shower and come out, apply your face cream and go to the freezer. Stick your face in there for 1 minute. (make sure your towel is still wrapped around your head so you dont get a cold) This will cause your pores that were opened by all the steam in your shower, to quickly close up and prevent dirt and bacteria from getting in.
Ailments: when your back hurts, take a hot bath. It will help relax your muscles and relieve some pain. Add bath salts for more relaxation.
|Great! on Dec 11, 2012 @ 09:08 pm|
These sound like fabulous home remedies, unfortunately I don't have acne (wait, did I even say that?) but I will certainly check out the other tips posted. I haven't heard of the coconut oil before, that will be a treat. Does it hydrate the hair or smooth it out?
|frmeital on Dec 30, 2012 @ 11:40 am|
Thanks for posting that web site. My new sister in-law loves to make all kinds of things like are shown on it. I just had to pass it on to her. I'm not sure what she puts in her home made bath salts, but it does wonders for a bad back. Thanks again and have a Happy New Year!