People get more and more products to make their face skin radiant and beautiful, but those products work solely for some time.
Home remedies can do miracles for the skin. Depending on the skin type that you have, here we have made a list of a few of the remedies that are in NO way helping you for a better looking skin.
Frying acne with toothpaste may be the worst thing you can do to your face. Although it is reasonable to put something cold on what’s born out of heat in the body,in this case, it only irritates the skin to an intensity of creating burns or leaving scars.
Sprinkling hairspray on a pimple that appears on your face is not a good idea. It will only close the pores of your skin and continue to itch you and irritate you.
Especially in winter, we all like to enjoy a hot bath, but steamy and hot showers destroy the fresh and toned look of your face.
Hot water baths can end up weakening and attacking the protective shield of your skin.
Vaseline is often used to keep the skin smooth and soft. When you use it on your skin it initially makes your skin soft and moisturized but if you overuse it, eventually the vaseline will lead to a multiplication of pimples.
The title of this product says it by itself. It’s body lotion, not face lotion or face cream. The skin on your body is thicker and more resistant than that of your face.
A lot of home remedies mention the use of sugar in the facial mix but it may come as a surprise that it can actually end up doing more harm than good.
As a mild antiseptic, hydrogen peroxide is one of the best ways to prevent infections in minor cuts and burns, but as an ingredient in your DIY recipe, it’s a horrible, terrible idea.
Like hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol is an antibacterial disinfectant used to sterilize wounds to avoid infection…and, you know, to clean your house.