Practical Homemade Natural Skin Care
Practical homemade natural skin care products are fast finding their way into people's medicine cabinets, or more aptly their refrigerators. The reasons may be simple, aside from being economical, people who make and use their own natural skin care are also assured of using natural ingredients that are pure and devoid of large amounts of harmful chemicals that can make wonders for the skin.
Another attractive reason behind the popularity of homemade natural skin care products is the wide availability of the basic ingredients, with additives commonly available from most pharmacies and markets. Further, most homemade natural skin care products do not need any additives and may be prepared in small portions at a time.
Skin Care in the Cupboard
From A to Z, people are assured to find ingredients right in their cupboards and refrigerators for easily available homemade natural skin care products. Freshly pureed apples and apricots are ideal to treat sunburn, itching, redness and inflammations; basil infusions are ideal pore refining tonics; cucumbers work well to soothe and refresh the eyes.
Honey mixed with water works well with all skin types and are great in treating blemishes to leave skin glowing; boiled mint infusions or boiled mango puree are ideal homemade natural skin care treatments for skin infections and stings. Papaya purees are ideal moisturizers that can improve cracked skin and smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, pineapple puree works just as well.
Equipment Needed for Homemade Natural Skin Care Products
The cost of natural ingredients may indeed be cost-efficient in the long run since most raw materials are widely available at affordable prices. Also, consumers may prepare these homemade natural skin care products depending on use and must be prepared only shortly before use to avoid spoiling. Consumers may still store excess products in their refrigerators or may even actually eat them after use; this is especially true for pureed fruits.
People only need clean, or even better, sterilized equipment like forks to mash ingredients with, a separate food processor container to puree ingredients in, a small pot to boil ingredients with clean water with, and clean containers to store products in. The costs of acquiring all of the most useful equipment are indeed more cost efficient than continuously buying natural skin care products. Other alternative and non-chemical preservatives that can prolong the storage life of homemade natural skin care products are also available from trusted sources that also make their own natural skin care products.