What can orange, banana and oats do for your skin? DIY skincare

Posted on August 28, 2014 by R Scentrelle | 1 Comment

Everybody knows that the icy winds and dry, biting cold of the winter season can take a toll on the health and appearance of your skin. Dry and flaky skin can lead to breakouts, acne, and blemishes; dryness can also rob your skin of brightness and make it look dull. Look to your kitchen and grab some pantry staples for an all-natural and organic solution to your winter skin woes. There is no need to spend major cash on spa treatments when you can treat your skin and moisturize it using the benefits from nature’s best. These DIY Face Masks are great in deep moisturizing your skin and hydrating it to fight the severe dryness resulting from the harsh winter weather.

Oat and Honey Face Mask

Honey has a plethora of beneficial effects to your skin, principal of which is hydration. While oats act to ease and relieve rough and dry skin. Use these two pantry staples to alleviate winter skin problems, and after application of this mask you’ll immediately feel and see the difference.

Full Recipe here: http://blog.freepeople.com/2014/01/4-easy-ways-face-overnight/

Moisturizing Orange Face Mask

Clear and bright skin is the holy grail of winter skincare. Flaky and dry and dull are words most commonly associated with this season, and this moisturizing orange face mask remedies this and brings back the radiance and glow of your skin. Orange is packed with zinc and antioxidants that is good for your skin.

Full Recipe here: http://foodpluswords.com/2012/02/moisturizing-orange-face-mask/

Banana Face Mask

This DIY Banana Face Mask is suitable even for the driest and most sensitive skin. Vitamin E rich Olive Oil will give your skin its much needed TLC and moisture supplemented by the moisturizing and gentle exfoliating properties of banana as well.

Full Recipe here: http://diyconfessions.com/2013/02/20/banana-face-mask/


Hope you enjoy your winter hydrators!

Luv Scentrelle xo

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