Beauty Lifestyle

Ethical Beauty on a Budget

As people are becoming more aware of how different products can damage the planet, so the demand for ethical items is growing. With beauty products, for instance, women are seeking products that are natural. They do not want to be using chemicals that could harm their skin or for them to be in packaging that is not eco-friendly.

You may be surprised just how many things from your cupboards or on the food shelves in the stores, can be used in your beauty routine.

Bicarbonate of Soda

Bicarb can be used in several ways including as a hand wash, a teeth whitener or a dry shampoo. It is also great for exfoliating, which it does in a gentle and natural way. Mix it with a little water and rub onto your skin, and then just rinse it off. The effect will be immediate and you will soon feel the benefit, especially if your skin is delicate.

Natural Makeup

There are many natural makeup products on the market these days, as the makers have realized what a huge base of customers there is for eco-friendly products. As well as doing the job just as well, they often have better aromas, as is the case with eco friendly nail polish. Most of these products get their smell from the natural products used in them, and these are much more pleasant than the smells given off by chemicals.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is not only one of the best oils to cook with, but it also makes an amazing inexpensive moisturizer too.  You can use it all over your body and hair. It has a molecular structure similar to your skin, so it will soak in rather than sitting on top. This is brilliant because you are not left with a greasy feel after using it.

Another natural oil that is very good if you have a spot you want to get rid of is tea tree oil. It has antibacterial and antiseptic properties so will kill off the bacteria that cause acne. You just have to put a little on some cotton wool and run the spot gently with it.

Other Natural Beauty Products

If you have some oats in your cupboard they are great for softening rough skin. Pour some into a net bag and put them in your bath. Face masks can be made from avocado, yogurt, and lemon mixed together, or by rubbing honey in to your face as it has antibacterial properties. Tomatoes are good for your face too as they have a powerful antioxidant that calms and brightens dull skin. If you get sunburned or stressed out skin tomatoes could be the ideal solution. Cucumber can help to reduce puffiness in the skin, especially around your eyes. Whatever you use around your eyes be very gentle as this is where some of the most sensitive skin we have is.

There is no need to spend fortunes on beauty preparations when there are so many natural things that can keep your skin looking good.

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