We all associate organic food with good health, but do you know that you can also associate them with great skin? Yes, many types of organic stuff can help us achieve clear and even-toned skin. You might have also noticed how people use organic stuff in different trends of skin care in the last decade – people have used eggs, oats and honey to achieve glowing, young-looking and moisturized skin. All these are still effective, and the best part is, you can make them right at your own home! It’s not just effective, but also more economical and environmentally friendly compared to commercial beauty products. If you think you are lacking any of these organics, check your online health food store to order some.

  • Apple Cider
    Apple Cider has many uses. Primarily, it is used in salad dressings or vinaigrettes to add more flavor and punch to vegetable salads and other foods. But aside from being a flavorful agent, Apple Cider is now widely used among people who want to lose weight and control their diet. Moreover, Apple Cider is now being used in many skin care products such as soaps, toners and creams.It turns out that Apple Cider is great at restoring the natural pH level in our skin, making it a great agent against oily and acne-prone skin. It is easy to create your very own Apple Cider Vinegar Toner – just mix 1/2 of raw Apple Cider Vinegar to 1/2 filtered water, and you have your organic toner! You can grab your Braggs Apple Cider from any grocery store or organic grocers.
  • Yogurt
    If you want to rub off dead skin safely from your face, using organic Yogurt is a good and effective way. Due to the lactic acid in Yogurt, it can be used as an anti-aging product because it helps exfoliate skin and tighten up the pores. To make your very own Yogurt mask, mix a tablespoon of Olive Oil to 4 tablespoons of organic Yogurt. Apply the creamy mask thrice a week and leave it on for 30 minutes during every application.
  • Coffee Grounds
    Coffee Grounds can also be used as a great scrub or exfoliant for the skin. However, due to its large granules, it is safer for it to be used in the body rather than the face for it might cause small abrasions (especially if you have sensitive skin). Skin care is not only for the face, it is also applicable to the whole body.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.