Ditch the Spa and Make an Anti-Aging Cream at Home

More and more people are turning away from the expensive spas and are trying at-home skin care treatments. Such ingredients are normally found in kitchens, are not expensive and show results when it comes to improving the look of the skin. Below are some skincare reviews and different recipes used to benefit the skin in one way or another. Such recipes are said to smooth wrinkles, enhance the skin texture, and getting rid of dark spots.

Coconut oil has become very popular, both in the kitchen and the beauty industry. This oil is a great and natural moisturizer for the whole body. It can be applied all over the face to combat occasional breakouts and dry spots. It can also be used to soothe dry lips, elbows, hands, and more. Basically, apply coconut oil on any dry spot on the body. Coffee grounds are also said to have a great impact on the face. This is said to help tighten the skin and reduce cellulite. This includes mixing coffee grounds with oil and sugar. The scrub is to be used daily on the problem areas.

A third product that everyone has in their kitchen pantry is apple cider vinegar. This is great for toning and tightening skin. The apple cider vinegar can be used as a mask or as a finishing rinse. The finishing rinse includes one tablespoon of the vinegar with two cups of filtered water. The mask includes 1/4 cup of the vinegar with 1/4 cup filtered water. If using the mask, once applied to face, let it dry before rinsing it off. These are only a few ingredients found in the kitchen and applied to help rejuvenate skin. There are many more different combinations to try, such as using ripe bananas and avocados.

Now, everyone can have spa treatments without the expense of visiting a spa. These at-home treatments, and many more, are easy and inexpensive. They are effective and don’t require long periods of time applied to the face or other areas of the body. Try one of these skin care recipes today and witness the difference they make.