A number of readers have emailed me asking me the best DIY remedy to heal post acne marks. Well, there are a few such as milk and lemon or yogurt and lemon but based on my personal experience, spices like nutmeg, cinnamon and turmeric worked fastest for me. However, I have been hesitant in sharing this with those who emailed me because such spices can be too strong for sensitive skin type. Hence, you’ve got to use them with caution. But those who have no problems with them have only good things to share about them.
Those with fine, flyaway hair might want to give this simple DIY hair recipe a go! I read somewhere awhile back that sea water is good to thicken hair but since I don’t live near a beach, I thought this can be replicated by using sea salt from my kitchen! I’m all for a more natural way to thicken my hair without resorting to commercial products so if you’re like me, read on.
It seems that there are tons of homemade beauty recipes for treating skin pigmentation and discoloration. Based on experience, I find that they do work to quite a good extent, although you should moderate your expectations to understand that the results are not instantaneous. However, with consistent applications, they do yield fairly good results for mild to moderate cases of skin pigmentations. The reason I like using them is that they are way cheaper and more natural. I mean, if you really want natural skin care, then nothing works better than using food ingredients right from your kitchen.