5 DIY skincare to try at home

The skin is a delicate part of our body although it makes for the first layer of protection for our body. All of us have various skin types and most of us try to take good care of it. A radiant skin is an important part of our appearance and can make us feel confident. 

There are so many beauty products which get advertised, which promise to make your skin glow beautifully. Expensive skin care products in the market have taken the centre place in effective skin care routines. With natural and herbal products taking the forefront, why not go for actual home remedies for skin care. 

Great skin care routines can be easily followed from home. So, raid your refrigerator and other essentials, to try out these amazing DIY skin care methods.

Beeswax lip balm

Chapped lips are one of the most common occurrences for people across all age groups. Try the beeswax lip balm and experience great nourishment of the lips, using only a few ingredients. The ingredients needed are beeswax, coconut oil and a Vitamin E capsule. Additionally avocado oil can be added as well. One teaspoon of beeswax needs to be gently heated and melted, then mixed along with one tablespoon of coconut oil and the contents of the Vitamin E capsule. This lip balm can be stored upto six months and keeps the lips very supple and moisturised. 

Turmeric Face wash

Turmeric has great benefits for the skin and leaves the skin clear, bright and glowing. Making the turmeric face scrub is very simple and requires ingredients which are readily available at your home. Grate one inch of turmeric finely and add that to a few tablespoons of milk. Even honey and rosewater can be added to the mixture. Apply on the face and gently rub. The scrub needs to be washed off after letting it dry for some time. The face wash is suitable for most skin types and clears acnes and other breakouts on the skin. 

Rice and ginger body scrub

This organic body scrub is sure to leave the skin healthier than most store bought body scrubs. The rice and ginger body scrub removes dead skin cells from the surface and leaves a radiant and smooth skin. Ground rice is mixed with equal amounts of coconut milk, one and a half tablespoons of ginger and brown sugar. The scrub needs to be applied on the body and left for a few minutes before rinsing off. 

Papaya Face mask

The papaya face mask leaves the skin very nourished since the nutrients of the fruit permeate into the skin and keeps it healthy. Fresh ripe papaya is mixed along with yoghurt, cold white tea, lemon juice and egg whites, to create this face mask. The face mask is very easy to apply and has to be left on the skin for around half an hour. The papaya acts as a natural exfoliator of the skin and is gentler on the skin as compared to chemicals. 

Apple cider face cleanser

Apple cider vinegar is a healthy option for ingesting as well as using as a DIY skincare product. Mix apple cider vinegar with ground almonds, almond oil and water. Apply on the face except the area near your eyes. Before applying the paste do open your pores by applying a warm damp cloth on your face. The apple cider cleanses the pores and leaves the skin radiant. The paste can be stored and used for upto three days. It can be stored in the refrigerator.

DIY skincare is a great way to nourish your skin and do it in an organic manner. With easy to find and natural ingredients like fruits, oils and honey you can be sure of the product you are applying on your skin. DIY products are not harmful on the skin and is suitable for most skin types. The natural ingredients are fresh and can be prepared with ease. Do switch to DIY products and try out this exciting skin care routine.