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Ways To Naturally Moisturize Your Skin

Getting good looking skin is quite a feat to achieve. With so many things on our plate, it’s quite daunting to pamper one’s self. Not only that but with numerous products we’ve placed on our skin, it’s also a little difficult to choose which products would not go against our skin type. Fear not, there are some natural ways to help your skin keep its moisture without having to rely on the products found on your skin care aisle from the grocery store.

pexels-photo-192474-1In fact, most of the items listed here can be found in your kitchen. If you’ve only made use of them for cooking, with the aid of this article you’ll surely see these items in a new light. And hey, they might just solve your skin care concern before you know it.

  • Usually found in most skin care products, this nifty item is good for your skin due to its high value on lactic acid. This is a particularly good moisturizer since it helps rejuvenate your skin. A good way to apply this would be to dip your fabric in a bowl of buttermilk and let the cloth sit on your face for a while.

 

  • Honey’s quite the talk no matter where you use it. It’s no surprise that even for a natural moisturizer you’d see its name here too. Pure honey has a lot of antioxidants plus being filled with nutrients that leave your skin nourished and glowing. You can apply some honey-water mixture to your face. Let it dry and then wash it with lukewarm water.

 

  • Olive oil. It’s been known that olive oil has a lot of positive effects. Not only is it one of the ideal oils used for cooking or sauces, it’s also great when it comes to taking care of your skin. Due to natural acids that olive oil contains, you can treat your skin to some cleansing while keeping it as moisturized as possible. You can add some olive oil, around two tablespoons would be good, to your usual bath or natural face scrub.

 

  • -Avocados. Avocados have been known to have a good amount of fat, thankfully they’re the good kind. As tasty as they are to eat, they’re also a great natural moisturizer. If you have dry skin, the high-fat content as well as vitamin enriched avocados can soothe the dryness away. To best appreciate the avocado, you can chow down on the avocado meat while rubbing the inner layer of the avocado peel on your face. Let it sit for at least fifteen minutes before you rinse it off with some warm water.
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Food That Will Make You Slim This Christmas

egg-hen-s-egg-boiled-egg-breakfast-egg-160850It’s really no surprise that many people dread the Holidays coming in. With the climate growing colder, it’s quite a task to actually try to jog while snow is falling down on you. If you’re opting for the gym, that’s also another struggle as the roads and the overall mood for winter can be demotivating. It’s quite difficult to actually lose weight during the holidays especially during Christmas.

Now, you may deck yourself as much as you can in the gym but working out doesn’t mean you should eat more. That’s actually a wrong perception when it comes to working out. In fact, if you want to shape up, you’d better do a better grasp on what you eat.

To get a better weight loss experience for Christmas, here are some food you might want to chow on to help you lose those flabs:

– Green Tea. It’s been known that green tea has a lot of good things in it. It’s no surprise that it’ll come to the list. While it’s not really food, it’s one of the best accompaniments and can also keep you warm during the cold days.

– Pears. There’s a lot of fiber in one pear. While it may be an uncommon fruit to find on your dinner table during the wintry days, pears are a great choice for snacking especially if you want to avoid the junk food in the middle of the day.

– Eggs. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and you can’t go wrong by having eggs on the plate. Eggs are excellent source of protein and can also help you be full for the entire morning. Being full means opting out on unwanted snacking; so you will also save some money instead of splurging it on food.