How You Can Use Your Kitchen to Develop an All Natural Skin Care Regimen

 I like to find information on natural skin care along with homemade skin care recipes. Glen Jansen's article gives us both. Don't sit here got to the kitchen you have time and make some natural skin care kitchen recipes.

How You Can Use Your Kitchen to Develop an All Natural Skin Care Regimen

How You Can Use Your Kitchen to Develop an All Natural Skin Care Regimen
By Glen Jansen

Today when we want to try out a skin care product, we immediately think of 'which one will I buy'. It wasn't that long ago when the only option available was to make your own skin care treatments. Of course there are many excellent commercial skin care products who have thousands of adoring customers. If you wanted something different, something more holistic or even organic, there are companies who produce these items as well. What if you wanted to go an even more all natural route and create your own skin care regimen at home?

Well, obviously, to do that you would need to manufacture all the skin care products yourself. A typical skin care regimen consists of first exfoliating your skin, followed by a nice cleanser. Next, applying a toner helps really condition and clean the skin. Lastly, a good moisturizer helps leave the skin smooth and silky. So, knowing that, all one needs to do is find recipes for each of these steps in the process. Note: If you prefer an organic option, make sure all the produce in the following recipes is organic.


Home Made Lemon Exfoliator:
Take one lemon and cut in half and juice it. Save the lemon halves to rub on your elbows, knees and bottoms of your heels (anywhere you have thick skin). Combine the lemon juice with 1/2 to 2/3 cups of granulated sugar. Take this mixture and rub it all over your body while standing in the tub or shower. Once you have completely rubbed the paste all over your skin (take care on your face and avoid using it near your eyes), rinse your body.

Home Made Facial Cleanser:
Take 1 cup of roll oats or oatmeal and add it to a blender. Process it for a few seconds to soften the flakes. Do not process it to a powder. In a bowl, add the processed oats and 1 tablespoon of granulated salt or sugar. To this mixture, add 1/4 cup of farina. To use it, splash your face with lukewarm water. With your wet fingers, take the mixture from the bowl and rub it on your skin. Take care not to stretch the skin and remember to be gentle. Rinse with splashes of lukewarm water. Do not use every day.

Home Made Apple Toner:
This is a very simple toner recipe. Take 1 apple. You may want to experiment with different varieties till you find the one that suits you best. Start with perhaps a green apple, like a Granny Smith. Remove the core and skin of the apple. Place the apple, chopped into quarters, into a blender with 1 to 2 tablespoons of honey. Puree the mixture. Gently spread the mixture all over your face and let it rest for 12 to 15 mins. Rinse it off with lukewarm water and gently pat your skin dry.

Home Made Moisturizing Cream:
Take a ripe avocado and slice it in two lengthwise. Remove the pit and discard. Take only half the avocado and place in a glass bowl. To that, add 1 to 1.5 tablespoons of wheat germ oil. Mix this well. Apply it to your skin and let it set for 15 to 20 mins. Rinse it off with lukewarm water.

Forget the pharmacy, you can make your own skin care regimen with house hold items you may already have in your kitchen. If you have problems with your skin such as sensitivity or allergic reactions, make sure to test the recipes using a small area first before applying to the rest of your skin. If you truly have a serious skin condition you may need to consult with your local or online dermatologist for advice and treatment.


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Here is a face cleanser
That has only 2 ingredients.
You can use eather Strawberries or Cucumbers both have astringent qualities and are great cleansers.

1/4 to 1/2 cup Strawberries or
1/4 to 1/2 cup Cucumbers now with the cucumbers they have to be peeled and seeded.

1/4 to 1/2 pint of whole milk. This is where getting the dryed powdered milk will work. Just mix up the milk first. This powdered milk is good to have around for bath recipes as well.

In a blender mix the strewberries or cucumbers and milk. Then let is set for a few hours. Lable a clean bottle, shake the mixture well and refrigerate.

Because this mixture is light Karen uses a cotton ball when she applies it to her face. Then rinse with cool water. This is one homemade skin care recipes that comes out of our kitchen all year round.

Chamomile Face Spritz

Mist your face on those long hot dry summer days. This well replenish the mousture lost. Use 1 to 2 bages of chamomile tea brewed to a medium strenght and let it cool. Place in a clean spray bottle. Allow the water to dry naturally, do not dry with a towl. Keep refrigerated. Try other teas like Ginseng or Rosehips. 

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