Fresh produce is great not only when you eat them, but when you wear them too!!! Below are a few recipes that I have enjoyed and wanted to share with you.
Avocados – Dry Hair? Watch your hair go from brittle to silky soft, and add a great shine. Treat your scalp and hair with the nutrients they deserve. Try out this recipe. Dry Skin? Face masks are a great way to clean pores, help with acne, and soothe dry skin. So whether you had a few too many hours in the sun or out in the cold slather this recipe on for a nice hydrating treat.
Green Onions – Swollen Feet? Boil the whole green onion for a few minutes. Grind it and mix with a little water just enough to make a paste, and then place it to the swollen part of your feet. Stuffy Nose? Mash the green onion and make wet cotton with its juice. Place the wet cotton to your nose. Trouble Sleeping? Believe it or not, if you cannot sleep well, just place a bundle of green onion beside your pillow.
Radishes – Acne Outbreak? The common garden radish, and in particular, their seeds, contains a bleaching agent making it a wonderful natural acne remedy by helping to remove blackheads and freckles. Try out this recipe.
Tomatoes – Out of radishes and having an Acne Outbreak? Not to worry, tomatoes possesses high levels of vitamins C and A, antioxidants and acidic content. These elements are especially useful when treating acne. Try out this recipe.
Strawberries – Dead Skin? Strawberries contain alpha-hydroxy acid, which is a great exfoliate and gently gets rid of dirt and dead skin. Try out this recipe. Massaging the mask, with the strawberry seeds, is a great natural way to exfoliate your skin.
Cucumbers – Puffy Eyes? Since cucumbers are more than 90 percent composed of water, they have a hydrating effect. So cut up a few slices and sit back and relax.
Do you have any favorite do it yourself at home beauty remedies?