At-Home Beauty Treatments That Work October 27 2016, 0 Comments

By Celine

Hello Everyone!

What I'm about to share with you guys are hands-down some of the best at-home beauty treatments that I've tried and loved and I just really wanted to share them with all of you.

 

  1. Milk Bath // Milk Cleanser

What you'll need: Milk, Cotton balls/puffs

What you'll need to do:

* [Milk Bath] Add milk into your bath tub that's half filled with water and soak for 10 mins OR Take one cotton ball/puff, soak it with milk and gently cleanse your body.

* [Milk Cleanser] Take one cotton ball/puff and gently swipe the cotton over your face. Leave it to dry for 5-6 minutes then rinse it off.

Now, I really loved this one because milk contains lactic acid which helps to brighten and gently exfoliate the skin without any harsh microbeads that most physical exfoliators has. If you've never thought you had any other use for your milk, give this one a try!

 

  1. Oat Mask

What you'll need: Oats, Water/Milk, Honey

What you'll need to do:  

Get a bowl and add all the ingredients together then mix it thoroughly. I didn't state the measurements so that you'll be able to mix and measure the amount according to your own liking (consistency wise I mean). I'd recommend you to add a little bit of each ingredient at a time so that it won't go to waste.

What I love about this one is that oats are the most gentle type of exfoliators that you can find in your kitchen compared to the normal sugar exfoliators which are more common. If you do have sensitive skin then oats are the way to go! Also, if you're using milk instead of water, milk can help in brightening up your skin tone as well as getting rid of dead skin cells that are found on the surface of your skin. On the other hand, honey is antibacterial and is able to help calm down the redness of the affected areas. Leave the mask on for about 10-15 minutes then rinse it off and don't forget to moisturize afterwards.

 

  1. Ice Facial

What you'll need: Ice cube(s), tissue

What you'll need to do:

Take an ice cube and wrap your ice cube with the tissue. Then proceed to ice your face or on the affected areas.

I've personally tried this myself and I absolutely fell in love with it. I've officially incorporated this mini "facial" into my morning skincare routine although it would be easier if I had a handheld facial ice roller. Icing your face has its many benefits such as being able to tighten your pores, improve blood circulation, flush out toxins from your face, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Give this a try and you might fall in love with it too!

 

Hope you guys enjoyed some of these beauty DIYs!