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Restore and protect your skin and hair with this DIY beauty cream. It melts straight into the skin and hair leaving it soft and smooth. You can use it as a face cream, leave-in conditioner or body moisturizer.
This homemade coconut cream beauty product is easy to make and will nourish your skin for a radiant glow. Also you can use it on your hair to add softness and shine.
Ingredients
1 Cup solid organic Coconut oil
1 tsp of ( jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, olive oil )
1 tsp of vitamin e oil
1 tbsp of glycerin (optional)
Few drops of essential oil (optional)
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl, beat with a hand mixer for 5 -7 min untill you reach a whipped cream texture. Store in a air tight container and refrigerate. You can add in a little bit of cornstarch or arrow root powder to help get rid of the oily feel when applying it to the skin. The cream not only smells great, but it’s super moisturizing and hydrating.
1. The cream absorbs right into the skin to help condition and moisturize the skin. For best results, apply it right after shower, to leave you feeling. 
smooth and radiant.
2.Smooth it on your feet, before going to bed and follow with a thick pair of socks, and you’ll wake up with to soft feet.
3.The cream contains ingredients like coconut oil and Vitamin E to keep your lips soft and smooth all day long.
4.Smooth a small amount on dry or damp hair as a leave in conditioner to make your hair super soft and silky.
5.Apply the cream at the ends of your hair to treat dry, split ends.
6.Massage the cream on for few mins to moisturize dry hands and strengthen nails.
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Protect Your Skin:
Using sunscreen is more important than anything else that you do for your skin. Exposing your skin to UV rays could be the worst thing to happen to your skin as all kinds of damage starts from the exposure. If not protected, exposure to UV rays would cause sagging skin, dis-colouration and wrinkles.
Vitamin C: 
A habit that might help your skin is consuming lemon juice in the morning. Mixing a few drops of this juice in hot water will flush toxins and keeps your system pure. This habit is also good for your skin as it can minimise free radical damage.
Toner: 
Using toner helps. As soon as you wash your face, applying a toner on your face can give your skin even complexion. Use a product that is devoid of alcohol.
Healthy Food And Water: 
Healthy food is important even for your skin. Choose your food wisely and also ensure that you hydrate your skin by drinking enough of water. Food and water are important if you wish to look prettier without makeup.
Beautiful Lips: 
If you wish to look beautiful naturally without makeup, taking care of your lips is also important. Every night, massage your lips. You can use a toothbrush for this purpose. Apply some butter on your lips and wash it after some time.
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The Best Makeup Brushes For Any Use
A work of art is only as good as the tools used to create it—probably doesn’t apply to a Rembrandt, but when it comes to your makeup, the tools you use matter. Brushes don’t have to be expensive to be high quality, though sometimes the expensive ones do perform better, depending on what you’re using them for. Typically a good brush will be able to grasp and pick up product well and transfer it to your face without too much fall-out or streaky marks. Whether real or synthetic, as long as their hairs can perform, there’s no creed that says animal vs. non-animal hair brushes are better. As a general rule of thumb, makeup brands make tools to be used with their makeup, so chances are if you’re shopping for a brand’s certain kind of eyeshadow, the best brush for it may very well be offered by the same line. That said, not all brushes are created equal, so some may make certain ones better than others and some may be just good enough for your needs. Here’s some of our go-to makeup brushes for nearly any need.

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To lighten underarms at home, first exfoliate your underarms with loofah or underarm whitening scrub to remove any dry/ rough skin.
Next make a skin lightening paste using:
* 2 tbsp Gram flour (besan)
* 1 tbsp of milk
* 1tbsp of lemon juice
* Pinch of turmeric
Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl to make a thick paste. Apply it on the area in small circular motion for few mins and spread it as the mask for 30mins and rinse off.
The cleansing properties of gram flour will cleanse the skin while lemon and milk with lighten and brighten the skin.
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Olive Oil Makeup Remover
Extra Virgin Olive oil is a natural moisturizer for your skin as it penetrates deep into the skin leaving it extremely soft and smooth.
Olive oil can also be used as a natural makeup remover and is very gentle on the eyes. It can be used to remove the stubborn waterproof mascara and eyeliners.
Take few drops of olive oil and gently massage it over the eyelids for few mins, rinse off with warm water and pat dry.

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Naturally Brighter & Toned Skin
You may have already heard or read about the various uses of baking soda for skin as well as hair, so here a quick scrub you can make using baking soda to get that radiant, clear skin you wish for.
Orange, Baking Soda Scrub
Mix baking soda and orange juice to make a paste and apply a thin layer of the mask on your face.
Leave it on for about 10 mins.
Before rinsing off the mask, gently scrub the mask with wet finger tips to exfoliate the skin.
Rinse off with cold water and pat dry.
Baking soda is a natural exfoliator that will buff the skin to reduce oils, clear up acne, blackheads leaving your skin clear while oranges are the best source of vitamin C that will brighten and tighten the skin.
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How to Repair A Dry & Itchy Scalp.
Removing the buildup from cheap products is a real pain, especially for those of you with naturally curly hair.
Removing the buildup from cheap products is a real pain, especially for those of you with naturally curly hair.
Exfoliating is very important for allowing your scalp to breath and for your hair to retain moisture.
Too much buildup can affect the health of your hair and scalp, causing your hair to become dull & brittle causing breakage.
What You’ll Need:
2 tbsp. Apple Cider Vinegar
1 tbsp. Ground Oats (optional)
1 tbsp. Coconut Oil
1 tbsp. Plain Greek Yogurt
1 tbsp. Honey
1 tbsp. Almond Oil
1 tsp. Cinnamon
1/4 tsp. Aloe Vera Gel
What to Do:
Combine the ingredients together until thick and a paste-like consistency.
Your hair will need to be damp before you apply the mixture. Apply directly to the scalp and evenly distribute it throughout the hair.
Massage the scalp using for fingertips for about 2 minutes.
To easily work the mixture through your hair, use a wide tooth comb.
After about 5 minutes, remove as much of the mixture as you can and throw it away.
Rinse your hair using lukewarm water and you can shampoo and condition your hair one time for good measure.
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DIY Natural Hair Cream
Keep your hair looking shiny and feeling soft with this DIY hair cream that works wonders!
This homemade hair cream helps to naturally replenish the follicels while preventing from frizz.
Ingredients:
3 tbsp. Shea Butter
2 tbsp. Coconut Oil
1 tbsp. Jojoba Oil
1/2 tbsp. Castor Oil
1 tsp. Aloe Vera Gel
Lavender Essential Oil
What to Do:
Add all the ingredients together and whip together until creamy and apply to your hair while damp.
Use your fingers or a comb to even out the mixture through your hair.
After 10 minutes, remove as much of the mixture as you can from your hair and throw it in the trash.
Rinse your hair using lukewarm water and pat dry with a towel. Shampoo or conditioner is not needed, but can be used if you want.
Do not brush your hair, use a comb to detangle.
You can always use a bit more or less, depending on your hair length. For easier storage, transfer mixture to a container with a lid before using.
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