Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Alternative Beauty Hacks

People usually have a set beauty routine, which is fine, but now there’s so many alternative methods out there to try. Some new methods and products are better for your skin than others, and sometimes what you’re already doing could be harming you more than it is actually doing good. Whatever you do, choose products and processes that make sure you skin is being kept in the best condition possible. Here are a few of the things you can try:


Waxing saves time and energy compared to shaving, but some of the hard wax that is used to remove hair can be pretty harmful to the skin. Perhaps it's time to consider sugaring. It is an alternative method practiced by a few beauty therapist around the country. It eradicates the raw skin you have after a normal wax.  It is all natural and non-toxic, which is what many people are looking for nowadays.

Face Masks

Face masks have long been a favorite part of a girls beauty night. There’s just something special about putting a face mask on and the feeling it gives your skin.  Lately, there are just so many different brands selling different face masks that claim to do different things. We can't help questioning whether they actually work.  One thing that always works is the trusted homemade face mask. Using all natural ingredients from your home is much better for your skin in the long run. One that has long been a favorite is the oatmeal face mask. All you need is some oats, hot water, plain natural yogurt, one egg white, and some honey. Whisk all the ingredients together and apply a thin layer to the face. Leave for 10 minutes and rinse off. It’ll leave your skin feeling hydrated, refreshed, and soft!


If you've spent years searching for your perfect "holy grail" products, then you'll most likely swear by the makeup you use, but there are alternatives out there that can easily boost your beauty routine. A lot of people go for the high end brands that fill their bottles with chemicals and other additives that really aren’t good for the skin. A lot of them are tested on animals which also is a red flag for many people. Now there are brands out there that are advocates for all natural products with limited chemical additives that are better for your skin. They’re often cheaper than the other brands out there, and last longer on your skin.

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