May 1, 2013

Affordable Eco-Friendly Ways to Maintain Your GLOW and Beauty, Naturally!

We love trying all of the new products and potions that come our way, but sometimes we like to go classic with homemade, natural beauty treatments. Fancy treatments for hair, skin and nails are undoubtedly luxurious, but sometimes the best beauty fixes can be found in your home!

We want to share 3 of our favorite GO-TO natural, homemade beauty remedies that actually work:

1. You've probably heard of using toothpaste to dry up zits.. It also works great when you use it to scrub the yellow stains off your nails that can result from wearing nail polish. Just put some toothpaste on an old toothbrush (we chose this all-natural Tom's formula that is made without sulfates — meaning that it won't dry out your cuticles!), and scrub away at clean nails. Your nails will look so fresh and so clean-clean that you can go without lacquer and still look polished. 

2. If you've noticed that your skin has lost its usual brightness and luster, squeeze some fresh lemon juice onto a cotton pad and apply to skin. 
Lemon juice is an acid, so it can act as a toner for dull skin. It has exfoliating properties, so it can help brighten the look of the skin. But, it can also be very drying, so make sure to rinse it off after ten minutes or so. 
3. Apple cider vinegar removes clumpy residue in hair from product buildup. It also works excellently as a natural detangler. When used regularly in your natural hair care routine, apple cider vinegar can revitalize your hair, leaving it soft and smooth. The vinegar also works by closing the cuticle of the hair and makes your hair super shiny!

There you go Beauties! As easy as 1, 2, 3!

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