Christmas is just around the corner, and so I am sharing with you guys my best kept secret for an instantly glowing skin!
A good face scrub is really important to get rid of the dead skin and blackheads. I love adding Cinnamon in my face scrub because it increases blood flow and boosts collagen production. Cinnamon is also a great anti-oxidant and helps reduce acne. So here’s my cinnamon scrub for glowing skin in winters.
Continue reading ➞ Glowing skin this holiday season!
As we are approaching the colder months, we should make sure we take good care of our skin as this weather can really dry out the skin. Today I’m going to share with you an easy DIY moisture restoring mask. This mask contains only two ingredients, coconut oil, and honey.
Continue reading ➞ Super Easy DIY Moisture Restoring Facemask.
Don’t know what to do with the
roses after Valentine’s Day?
Once the roses loose it’s freshness you can put these petals to good use for your skin. Roses have natural healing and cooling properties and works wonders for your skin. You can go ahead and make a gentle exfoliating and calming scrub for your face or Rose bath salts.
Continue reading ➞ Two Easy ways to use your Roses after Valentines Day.
Hope you guys had a great holiday season, back to routine you must have noticed that the festivities with all the makeup, food and wine excess have taken a toll on your skin and to add to it the winter which makes the skin even more dry and dull, so I thought I’d share with you my quick 2-step post festive skincare routine, to scrub out the dullness and restore the hydration, lets go ahead and pamper our skin this weekend!
Continue reading ➞ My 2-step Skin Care Routine Post-Festive Season
Making your own soap at home is so much fun! It’s so so easy and they are a luxurious treat for your skin, these can even make a great gift to a loved one. Winter is almost here, these cold n dry days make your skin demand that extra care and hydration.
Today I’ll show you how I made my own soap so that my skin can be well mositurised during these chilly dry days.
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