I have always been overprotective about my lips during winters. My lips have a tendency to get overtly chapped, which leads to frequent bleeding and pain. I have been using Vaseline to guard my lips since school days; however, in the last few years, I have used Nivea chap sticks and Maybelline lip balms – these are good products, but are not natural. Once I stopped using these, my lips got drier, which made me apply in double proportions. Not a great thing, eh?
Aloe Vera happens to be my go-to solution for sunburn problems. With its multi-beneficial properties, this plant is much more than just a mere house decorative. Its succulent, jaggy leaves infused with clear gel works magically on sunburns, bug bites and many other skin irritations. Today I will tell you guys, how to whip up your very own Aloe lotion at home. Sounds luxurious, doesn’t it? I bet, once you start using this homemade lotion, you will never want to buy a branded one from that drugstore again!
My skin becomes extremely wired during winter months. I generally have oily skin issues but during frosty times, I often get flaky skin; and I hate the feeling. This is where homemade, organic body scrubs come to play an important part in my daily beauty routine. I don’t like letting the cold weather affect how my body feels. Today I will share some simple homemade body scrub recipe that nourishes my skin intensely during winter months.
Coconut oil is one such organic, multipurpose product that could be a savior when it comes to beauty hacks or natural skincare go-to options. This do-it-all ingredient can be used as a moisturizer, makeup remover, cuticle softener and that’s just few of the things…Here’s how I incorporate coconut oil into my daily wellness and beauty routine.
Are you a fellow damaged-hair victim? If yes, hi-five! I have been looking for this miraculous recipe to soothe my damaged, frizzy hair for a while now. Living in Delhi, no matter how healthy you eat and how often you wash your hair, pollution and water quality really gets to your skin and hair. With no exception, I have unknowingly fallen prey to this misery.