Faced with the external and internal aggressions that it undergoes on a daily basis, but also due to lack of maintenance, the skin of the face can be damaged, revealing imperfections (blackheads, buttons ...) as well as wrinkles. To make up for and shine on their skin, many people opt for conventional cosmetics. However, the latter, rich in chemical substances, may have the opposite effect. Here's how to take care of your skin naturally.
Pollution, cold, sun, poor nutrition, lack of sleep, stress, hormonal changes ... all these factors affect the health of the skin and alter its appearance by favoring the appearance of imperfections.
The facial skin, especially, is very fragile and is more prone to pace attacks than it is most exposed. That's why it's important to protect your skin and take care of it regularly. For that, nothing better than the tricks of grandmother based 100% natural ingredients and without chemicals to the harmful effects.
Indeed, cosmetic products usually contain large quantities of chemicals that can cause allergies and attack the skin, hence the interest of turning to the natural.
A care home to maintain its skin:
Step 1 :
Soak a cotton ball of rose water and pass it over your face to clean it
Cut a tomato in half, sprinkle salt over it and rub your face with it for one or two minutes, to exfoliate it.
Mix 2 teaspoons of tomato juice with 2 teaspoons of Aloe vera gel and a capsule of vitamin E. Apply the mask on your face by massaging it well, so that the skin absorbs the ingredients. Leave on for 5 minutes then rinse.
Mix 2 teaspoons of tomato juice, 2 teaspoons of rice flour and a few drops of lemon juice.
Apply the mixture to your face and let it work for 15 minutes then rinse with cold water.
It is recommended to do this beauty routine once a week and preferably in the evening, because the lemon is photosensitizer.
Benefits of Ingredients:
The lemon :
Lemon is one of the most used ingredients in natural beauty recipes, especially for skin care. Thanks to its richness in vitamin C, which stimulates the production of collagen, and its antibacterial, antiseptic and antioxidant properties, lemon is a boon for the skin. In addition to facilitating its cleaning, this citrus cleanses it and can also regulate the production of sebum, which in excess promotes the appearance of blackheads and acne pimples.
Lemon also helps to disinfect the skin, tighten pores and exfoliate with the citric acid it contains.
We love it in salad, in sauce or even in juice, the tomato is without doubt one of the most versatile foods in terms of gastronomy, but also of the most nutritious. But did you know that tomato is also excellent for the skin?
Indeed, the tomato has cleansing and purifying virtues and allows to decrease the dilation of the pores. Rich in water and mineral salts, it is also effective in relieving the skin after burns and moisturizing it to make it more radiant and plump.
The Aloe Vera gel:
Aloe Vera gel is a powerful moisturizer and emollient that helps to soften and nourish the skin especially the very dry ones. It is also recommended for mature skin because it stimulates the manufacture of fibroblasts, which are necessary for the production of collagen. Finally, Aloe Vera gel is effective in fighting skin aging because it has a powerful antioxidant power.
Used since time immemorial by the Japanese, rice has many cosmetic virtues. In addition to toning the skin, it hydrates, firmens and promotes the regeneration of cells. It also has an anti-wrinkle effect, exfoliates and tackles imperfections.
Distinguished by its antioxidant qualities, vitamin E protects the cells of the skin against the oxidation that affects them and promotes aging. It also allows the epidermis to maintain its suppleness and softness and protects against acne.