Be it in looks, or in confidence, from hair to makeup, there are always going to be shortcuts that will help you to save time and get that magazine model look you desire, without spending a fortune in doing so. In other words, beauty can come easy.

Since we’d be more home bound for a while, no thanks to the coronavirus outbreak, it is time to try out homemade beauty recipes. Let us start out with these three easy ones;


This facemask is very effective in getting rid of blackheads, whiteheads and relieving you of embarrassing clogged pores. Rather than covering them in layers of make-up that will only make them worse, it is advisable you fight them with simple household ingredients you may already have in your home:

Eggs! Yes, eggs, specifically egg whites. Eggs are great for your skin and zap blackheads like nobody’s business. You’d need; egg white, tissue and a face brush.


Using the face brush, apply some of the egg white on your face. Quickly place clean tissue paper all over your face; not missing any spot just before the egg whites dries off. Then, apply another layer of egg white all over the mask.

Leave for 10-15 minutes. Make sure it dries completely after which you slowly peel off the face mask.
You’d notice the tiny bits of clogs on the mask after doing this.


From dry, flaky patches to those head-scratching cold weather sunburns, frigid conditions call for some heavy-duty DIY skincare solutions from only two common ingredients.



To get started on crafting your very own coconut oil and baking soda exfoliator, gather these common household materials:

½ cup of coconut oil
¼ cup of baking soda
Mixing bowl
Spatula or spoon to mix

Simply combine both the coconut oil and the baking soda in the large bowl and mix. Continue mixing until you end up with a fine solution.


Do you feel less confident wearing sandals because your feet don’t look too good? If your answer is yes, rather than looking to a spa for an expensive pedicure, we’ve found a more cash saving pedicure routine. It is sitting in your medicine cabinet: Listerine.

Don’t just pour the Listerine into a bucket and stick your feet into it, though. Here’s how you should do it:


You’ll Need
1 cup Listerine (or your favorite antiseptic mouthwash)
1 cup white or apple cider vinegar
2 cups warm water
Mix the ingredients together in a foot tub, Soak your feet for an hour, then admire your soft and highly improved feet. That’s it!

Feel free and try out other safe recipes you’ve be wanting to. Make the most of your time exploring your beauty options!

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