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Get Pampered With These DIY Beauty Products



Are you looking for a beauty product that will help you achieve great looks without the need for you to break the bank? Well, here’s the good news: There’s a plethora of choices that you can see online and in many stores that are selling beauty care products near you. But, the bad news is, not all of these products guarantee hundred percent safe ingredients. 

Fortunately, you can create your own beauty products at home. The people behind Cozystream site believe that achieving great looks only requires a bit of extra effort. It doesn’t always mean you have to splurge a hefty amount of expensive beauty products. You just have to explore what you have in your kitchen that you can use for your beauty care regimen. 


So, stop looking for beauty care products online. Instead, try making the following natural beauty products. 

Almond and pumpkin as face mask

Make your own face mask using almond oil, brown sugar, pumpkin and honey. This face mask not only feels good to your face. It also smells sweet which makes your skin care regimen a lot more exciting. This DIY face mask enables your pores to shrink while also tightening your skin. The same mixture can also be used as your mild exfoliant. 

Olive oil for facial cleansing

This is perhaps one of the easiest DIY beauty products you could ever include in your daily skin care routine. Just put  a couple of drops of olive oil on your face and then gently massage it until all of it has been thoroughly absorbed into your facial skin. Leave it for a night and then rinse it off the following morning. Olive oil suits most skin types and you can have this as part of your daily beauty care habit. 

Coffee for whole body scrub

Combine one cup of coffee grounds with one cup of coconut oil. Heat this mixture until the oil dissolves. Coconut oil will allow the coffee grounds to penetrate well into your skin. Then, once it cools down you can start scrubbing this onto your skin. Apply this all over your body. The coffee grounds may cause a bit of discomfort, but after doing this, you will find that you no longer need skin moisturizer. Using this scrub once a week would be enough. 

Lemon juice and honey as skin moisturizer 

This natural skin moisturizer is so easy to make. You only have to mix well equal amounts of honey, lemon juice and sugar. Then, use it to moisturize extra dry parts of your skin. Then after a few minutes, rinse it with warm water and pat dry your skin. Apply the same mixture once on alternate days if you have extra dry skin. For normal skin, you may apply it only once a week. 


Dry oats and chamomile as dry shampoo

When making this dry shampoo, combine 2 tablespoons of dry oats and two tablespoon chamomile with ⅓ cup of cornstarch and ⅓ cup of arrowroot powder. Pour all these ingredients into your food processor to ensure everything is powdered well before applying it into your hair. Then, pour the mixture into an airtight container. To apply, use blush brush or other makeup brush that’s soft. Dab the mixture into your hair roots and make sure to section off your hair well so that the oily parts will be covered with this dry shampoo. Let the mixture sit on your scalp for two minutes, before brushing them out of your hair.

The best thing about these beauty products is the fact that they are devoid of any harmful chemicals. Plus, you’ll get the bonus of saving a significant amount of money because these are made from ingredients that are certainly affordable.