Pamper yourself



Beauty sometimes is just skin deep. In the scorching summer there are many ways you can pamper yourself. You need not spend huge amounts of money at the parlour or buying expensive chemical laden products from your beauty store. All the products you need to pamper your skin and hair is right there on your kitchen shelf .
Use grandma’s tried and tested recipes at least once in 2 weeks and your skin will thank you for it

Today is my day to pamper myself.
I start with my hair mask. I have shoulder length hair and in summers my scalp gets oily and the ends are dry.
I use 1 egg, 2 tsp coconut oil, 2 tsp olive oil and 1 tsp honey. Mix all the ingredients and apply on the hair from root to tip . Leave it at least one hour .

Rinse with cool not cold water and Shampoo and condition as you normally do. This makes the hair strong , and shiny.
The other routine I am doing today is body polishing. I have oily skin so I use 3 tblsp milk cream and equal part chick pea flour. Just mix the two together and massage on dry skin before getting into the shower. Continue to massage the paste till it gradually crumbles and falls off . This gets rid of all the dead skin leaving your body supple smooth.

Using it at least once in 2 weeks can also rid you of the harsh hair on your body. Because it is a natural paste it does not have any allergic reaction on the skin.

Some beauty tips for younger skin.
Use rose water as a toner in the summer months to keep the face from getting oily.
Apply the inner placenta from the egg for a out 10 mins everytime you break an egg to keep facial wrinkles at bay.
( you may use the shells as manure for your rose plants for healthy growth)

Some more tips to follow.

Enjoy your day!!



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