We all want our skin to look young and beautiful, but we don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for it. Here are five inexpensive beauty tricks for better skin.Cleanse with honey. Ditch the expensive cleansers. Honey is naturally hydrating and has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Massage a small amount (less than a teaspoon) of honey onto your face. Rinse with warm, not hot, water. You can add a little milk for dry skin or lemon juice for oily skin.
Melaleuca essential oil for acne. Melaleuca is a great anti-bacterial. Add 20 drops of melaleuca essential oil(Tea Tree Oil) to a spray bottle of distilled water. Spritz your face and other areas you may have acne. Repeat several times a day until you see improvement, then taper off.
Moisturize with Coconut Oil. The Huffington Post says that coconut oil is better than commercial moisturizers. Most moisturizers contain a lot of water. When the water dries, your skin becomes dry again – requiring you to reapply the moisturizer. That may be good for the company that sells the product, but not for your skin. Coconut oil provides deep and real moisture. It helps strengthen underlying tissues and helps remove the excessive dead cells on the skin’s surface.
Homemade mask. Facial masks provide deep nutrition for the skin. Instead of buying expensive masks, try these homemade recipes from Daily Candy.
Facial massage. The Wall Street Journal says that facial massage may be better for your face than botox. Plus, it’s free! It softens expression-induced lines around your eyes, lips and brows, helps expel acne-causing toxins and removes puffiness and brightens the eye area.
Try these beauty tips to look great without breaking the bank.