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Natural cosmetics that you have in the refrigerator and do wonders for your skin

Your skin needs urgent rejuvenation? Your nails are yellowed and flaking? Your hand’s skin is rough? All these problems have their solution at home, specifically in your fridge.

Here are some cheap natural treatments made with ingredients you already have in the refrigerator, which will make you shine:

Yogurt

Rich in lipids, natural yogurt is a treasure for our skin. Use it as a mask especially if you have dry skin.

Mix yogurt with half a tablespoon of honey. Apply it on your face and leave it there until the mask begins to crack. Exfoliate using your fingertips and rinse with warm water, then apply a moisturizer.

Egg whites

Beat egg whites with a fork and apply the resulting cream on the skin with a brush. Leave the mask dry and rinse with water.

Sour cream

The sour cream is great for moisturizing dry body areas.

Mix 3 tablespoons of sour cream with 1 tablespoon of sweet almond oil and a few drops of lemon juice. Wash your hands with soap and then apply the mask. Leave it on for 30 minutes, then rinse.

Cucumber

Rich in vitamins, being an astringent and a purifying agent, cucumber is ideal for skin moisturizing and for sebaceous secretion regulation.

Boil half a liter of water. Grate 1 cucumber and put it in hot water. Let it boil 5 minutes, then filter the water and use it as a tonic lotion by applying it on the face using a cotton disk. The lotion can be preserved 48 hours in the refrigerator.

Carrots

Thanks to its richness in vitamin C and beta carotene, carrots light up skin color and help fight aging.

Wash and peel 3 carrots then squeeze the juice. Add 3 tablespoons of sweet almond oil in this juice and mix well. Use it as massage oil, especially after sun exposure. You’ll get a great, uniform and long lasting tan.

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