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More people daily are experiencing allergic reactions to the petrochemicals being used in commercial skin care products. Cosmetic and skin care product companies are scrambling to find an alternative for consumers who cannot use chemically-enhanced products so are jumping on the "natural" and "organic" anti-aging skin care product bandwagon. As they pour money into R & D to escape the “chemical trap” of cheap and artificial ingredients, they must raise prices accordingly, so we as wise consumers can get around this vicious circle by making our own natural skincare products at home. Bath salts, oatmeal skin care masks, organic skin care products, skin care soaps can all be made in the kitchen for very little money. Your first step is determining which homemade natural skin care product or products interest you the most is. As you learn what is entailed in producing your own line of homemade natural skin care products, imagine the fun you’ll have making them for yourself and your family, giving them as gifts or even selling them locally. Your search for cost-effective natural skin care could lead to a healthy and profitable hobby or perhaps an interesting new occupation!

As Easy As Making Dinner!
Homemade natural skin care is an easy to use, safe and inexpensive method that does not require much time to prepare and can be as easy as fixing the family’s Sunday dinner. Let’s look at some common foods applied to homemade natural skin care:
  • A natural scented dusting powder that’s great uses a cup of corn starch, a tablespoon orrisroot powder, and a quarter teaspoon of essential oil. Combine the cornstarch and orrrisroot powder in a low-speed blender as you slowly add the essential oil, and viola! ...your own dusting powder!
  • Here’s some “Bath Cookies” – combine two cups finely ground sea salt, a half cup of baking soda, a half cup cornstarch, a couple tablespoons of light oil, a teaspoon of vitamin E oil , two fresh eggs and five or six drops essential oil. Using an ungreased cookie sheet, bake teaspoon-sized balls of the mixture in a 350 degree oven for 10 minutes. When 1 or 2 cookies are dropped into a warm bath and allowed to dissolve, you’ve got a real therapeutic soak!
  • This soothing milk wash recipe for dry or sensitive skin couldn’t be easier; just make a thin paste out of skim milk powder and water and apply the mixture to your face with instead of soap. Rinse well and then use the toner shown below:
  • This mint skin toner is the perfect followup to the milk wash; mix a cup witch hazel, a quarter cup of white vinegar and a quarter teaspoon of mint extract. For more refreshment, add a couple of fresh peppermint leaves. This refreshing skin toner will hydrate and clean the pores when it’s dabbed on your face with a cotton ball.

Fresh Foods Work Wonders On Troubled Skin
Olive oil can act as a great moisturizer due to its healthy fat content which will lubricate the skin.

Treat those offensive smelly armpits and feet with vinegar.

Egg yolk that is mixed with honey can create a wonderful mask for one’s face.

Those of you who may have eczema try aloe vera gel or apple paste instead of soap on the skin.

To make one’s skin improve from the inside out drink at least eight glasses of water every day.

From the time of our birth the skin is always in need of attentive care for keeping it healthy and smooth. Whether you're hot or cold, tired or rested, sick or healthy, your skin goes on providing protection from potentially lethal bacteria and viruses, and shielding you from the sun's harmful rays. So don’t neglect it and if you give it the care it deserves, your skin will serve you well.
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