Here are 7 free beauty tips and guidelines to make your face and body care so much easier:
Free beauty tip # 1:
To clean facial skin without doing damage, do not scrub. Rather, use a gentle, oil and fragrance free cleanser, preferably one that is pH balanced.
For oily skin use a cleanser that contains benzoil peroxide or salicylic acid. Without your skin is oily, avoid toner as this can dry out the skin.
Free beauty tip # 2:
Invest in a magnifying mirror to closely scrutinize your facial skin. It will then be easy to identify enlarged pores on the central parts of the cheeks as well as blackheads in the area of the nose.
Free beauty tip # 3:
Emergency treatment for puffy eyes: If you need to eliminate puffy eyes in a hurry, chill two teaspoons in the fridge, then place the hollow sides over closed eyes for a few minutes.
Alternately, take two chamomile tea bags that have cooled after being steeped in boiling water, and place them over the eyes for a few minutes.
Free beauty tip # 4:
Neck Area: While much time and attention is lavished on the face, the neck area needs as much care and consideration. Include the neck area in your skincare routine.
Free beauty tip # 5:
To get the day off to a healthy start, make a drink from boiling water and the juice of one lemon.
Add some finely chopped ginger for further interest. Apart from being a good source of Vitamin C, this will cleanse the liver and get your metabolism going.
Free beauty tip # 6:
Home Made Salt Rub: Feel refreshed by making your own salt rub with a mixture of coarse salt and gentle liquid soap. Using a loofah mitt, apply the mixture all over the body in the shower and rinse the suds thoroughly.
Pat the body dry and then apply a body cream or oil to leave your body soft and smooth. (Do not use products containing alpha hydroxy acids to avoid irritating the skin)
Free beauty tip # 7:
Make foot care a part of your shower routine. Keep a pumice stone in the shower and smooth away any calluses which may start forming, dry skin on the heels or balls of the feet, or rough skin on the edge of the toes.
Gentle, regular care will keep unsightly foot problems at bay.