She Grabs 3 Items From The Kitchen And Creates The Best Blackhead Remover I’ve Ever Tried! Why Didn’t I Know About This?
Home remedies and DIY beauty hacks are all over the internet nowadays, and I admit that I have tried a good number of them. While high-end cosmetics quickly gouged a hole in my wallet and seldom gave me the “incredible” and “youthful” and “age-reversing” effects that they advertised, I turned to over-the-counter products instead. I quickly realized that they were just as useless as the products that cost three times as much. No matter how many I bought or which beauty gurus I listened to, I just wasn’t seeing “stunning” results.
It turns out that items from your kitchen might work for you, if nothing else does. Using the natural ingredients straight from the source can do your skin a world of good if you know how to use them.
The method in this video uses lemon juice as an astringent and salt to exfoliate dead skin away. I’ve tried this method with the addition of olive oil, and I once tried it with honey. I prefer using olive oil to moisturize, but it really depends on how your skin reacts to the ingredients.
As with all scrubs, you should do a patch test on the inside of your arm before applying anything to your face to reduce the chance of allergic reactions to any ingredients. This scrub should only be done once a week to avoid harming your skin by exfoliating too often. If commercial face creams and scrubs aren’t your favorite things, this method might work for you!