How to start natural skin care?

How to start natural skin care?

Determine your skin type. Most skin types are oily, dry, combination or normal. If you have very oily or dry skin, please refer to the general instructions for oily and dry skin care.
Determine if your skin is sensitive to harsh ingredients. If your skin becomes red, inflamed, or acne-prone after sun exposure, other skin care products or fragrances, you have sensitive skin.

Identify the target problem for your skin. It could be wrinkles, pimples, dull skin or dark spots.

Decide how much time and effort you are willing to spend on skin care. A complete skin care regimen includes exfoliants, cleansers, toners, moisturizers, and spot treatments, but you don’t have to use all five. Most skin products cleanse or moisturize the skin.

Select the components to use.

Below is a list of ingredients for a home humidifier.
Dry skin: olive oil, coconut oil, almond oil, cream, honey, avocado, aloe vera.
For oily skin: Mix lemon juice with water, egg whites, tomatoes, chopped apples, chopped cucumbers, apple cider vinegar.
For combination skin: yogurt, milk, honey, avocado, apple slices, cucumber slices
Normal skin: yogurt, honey, avocado, almond oil, green tea.

  1. Decide if you want to make a scrub with some of the above ingredients. Scrubs can exfoliate dead, dull skin cells while retaining moisture from the rest of the skin. Most scrubs consist of equal parts liquid (listed above) and exfoliant (listed below):
    sugar brown or white
    oatmeal or dry oats
    fresh strawberries
  2. Select acne treatment ingredients when needed. You can apply a spot lip treatment to pimples to clear the skin without irritating other areas of the skin. This is best done with a cotton swab or cotton ball.
    3 drops of tea tree oil, diluted 5-15%, apply to the problem area.
    6 drops of jojoba oil moisturizes the skin and prevents breakouts.
    Apply 3 drops of lemon juice to the affected area daily. The acidity of lemon juice can kill many acne-causing bacteria.
  3. Choose your daily moisturizer. It can be oil, aloe vera gel, or other moisturizing lotions that won’t irritate your skin if you leave it on for more than 15 minutes.
    Mix your ingredients together to make your own masks, scrubs and moisturizers. Below are some examples of common masks and scrubs.
    1 egg white and 1 tablespoon (14.8 ml) lemon juice
    1 ripe avocado and 2 tablespoons (29.6 ml) yogurt.

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