1. Open / Large Pores
Sugar is an astringent and helps close pores. Mix a little sugar in water and apply it zits for a quick remedy. Sugar can also be mixed with a cleanser to be used as a scrub to maintain youthful-looking skin.
2. Dark Circles
Instead of applying eye cream to combat panda eyes, mix lemon and tomato juice and dab the mixture around the eyes and look fresh instantly.
3. Dandruff Free
Combine apple cider vinegar, water and two sprigs of fresh mint in a pot. Heat the mixture until warm. Allow the mixture to cool, strain into a small bottle and it prior to shampooing. The vinegar restores the natural pH level of the scalp and removes dead skin cells.
4. Skin Whitening
Mix strawberries with baking soda to create a natural homemade skin lightener. Strawberries contain malic acid that acts as a mild astringent when mixed with baking soda.
5. Soft Skin
Milk can be used as a natural cleanser and soften skin. Keep a mixture of milk and mineral water in a spray bottle, and spray on the face for extra moisture throughout the day.
6. Glowing Skin
Make a homemade scrub using honey and oats. Leave the concoction on the face for a while before scrubbing it off. Or apply a mix of turmeric powder, flour, lemon juice and yogurt for a radiant look.
7. Pretty Nails
Soak hands in olive oil for several minutes once a week to prevent brittle nails and to keep hands soft.
8. Shiny Hair
Brush hair with castor oil to keep it shiny and healthy, as well as to prevent hair loss.
9. Miracle Oil
Adding a few tablespoons of coconut oil every day in food and drink is good for the skin and hair. It also helps in weight loss.
10. Good Juice
Drinking pure aloe vera juice every day is great for the skin and blood circulation. This also helps heal cuts and bruises.