Home Remedies for Hair Removal



Hair Removal
has always been a Big Problem for everyone.

Many products have been introduced in market for this issue.

But, what is the most effective way of hair removal? And how to use it? that's what i am going to tell you today.
 
The best way to get rid of facial and body hair is to use natural remedies.

Home Remedies to Remove Hair:

1- Waxing:
Waxing is the most effective and useful way of hair removal which lasts for a long time. The best thing is you can make your own wax at home.

Make Wax at home: Make a mixture of 2 cups of sugar, ¼ cup of water and ¼ cup of lime juice. Heat the mixture until it gets thick brown in color. Later use it for waxing your body or face. Apply the wax on the opposite direction of your hair and pull with wax strip.

2- Bleaching:
Lemon is a natural bleaching ingredient. Mix it with the honey and use this mixture to bleach your hair. If you have thin hair, try using bleach which turns them into dull color so it's hard to see.

3- Turmeric Mixture:
Turmeric mixture is also helpful in eliminating the growth of unwanted hair.

Method: Mix Turmeric + Gram flour + Yogurt or Milk and Rose water together and make a paste. Rub the paste gently on the area with unwanted hair and leave it for 15-20 minutes till the paste dries up.
Then rub the paste in the opposite direction to the hair growth. Once done, apply baby oil to soothe the skin.

4- AloeVera Gel:
Aloe Vera is another useful ingredient in removal of hair. 

Method: Take Gram flour + Turmeric powder + Papaya powder 1/4 tablespoons. Mix 2 tablespoons of Mustard Oil + 4 tablespoons of Aloe Vera Gel and 2 drops of any essential Oil. 

Then apply this paste in the opposite direction of hair growth. You should apply this mixture thrice a week for 3 months to be effective.
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Home Remedies for BlackHeads

BlackHeads Treatment At Home


Blackheads
are dark bumps visible on the surface of the skin.

While they are medically harmless, their appearance can be embarrassing.

Blackheads are most common on the face covering the forehead, nose and chin.



















 


Treatment:

Exfoliating can clear your skin from blackheads, use a good facewash or scrub on daily basis.

Lemon and Milk:
Lemon is well known for cleansing purpose. Warm a cup of milk and mix few drops of lemon in it. Use this mixture to wash your face. Due to anti-oxidant quality of both these ingredients you'll see a visible reduction in the amount of blackheads. Use it on daily basis for a week.

 

Cornstarch And Vinegar Mixture:

Cornstarch and vinegar is a commonly used home treatment for blackheads. Pour ¼ to ½ cup of cornstarch into a bowl and add vinegar slowly while stirring. Add the vinegar until the mixture forms a thick paste. Apply the mixture to the blackhead affected areas on your face and leave on for 20 minutes. The mixture will dry to a hard plaster-like substance in the meantime. Rinse it off with warm water, and follow this with a cold water rinse to close the pores.

How It Works?

Cornstarch is a mild astringent, reducing the amount of oil produced temporarily. It also absorbs a large proportion of the oil that is on the surface of the skin at the time of application. Vinegar is an acid, and acids can reverse oxidation. In other words, vinegar can bleach the blackheads, turning them to their original pale clear/yellow color.

For best effects, use this mixture two to three times per week.

Warning

This mixture might not be suitable for people with sensitive skin. You should do a patch test at least 24 hours before applying the face mask, and do not use this remedy if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.

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DARK CIRCLES

Home Remedies for dark circles

Dark circles can be effectively diminished somewhat with home remedies. 

Please be cautious when applying anything to the sensitive skin around the eyes. If you accidentally get a few drops of lemon juice in your eye, not only will you have dark circles, you'll also have an unsightly, staring, bloodshot eye, too. The skin around the eyes is very sensitive so don't rub, scratch or exfoliate enthusiastically.

Now, onto the remedies for dark eye circles!

  • Drink at least ten glasses of water everyday.

  • Eight hours of sleep is a must for all of us, especially for people having dark circles under their eyes.

  • Almond helps to remove dark circles and is an excellent "skin food".
  • Close your eyes and cover your eyelids with slices of raw potato or cucumber for 15-20 minutes. Wash with warm water and apply a cream. 

  • Grate a cucumber, squeeze to take out its juice and refrigerate. Make a mixture of lemon juice, lanolin cream and cucumber juice and apply around the eye for 10-15 minutes.

  • Apply crushed mint around the eye. 

  • Reduce your intake of vitamin A. Over dose of medications such as Retin A produces "excessive" vascularization.

  • Remove any cream you applied around the eye. No cream should be left on the skin around the eyes for long periods. 

Dark circles may be hereditary for some people or simply a part of the aging process, but most people would agree that they are a struggle to conceal. When the fat pad beneath the eye begins to thin with age, it can create a sunken look to the under eye area.

Studies have shown that sluggishness of blood flow underneath the eyes may also contribute to dark circles. Vitamin K has been found to diminish the appearance of these dark circles.

Vitamin E for dark eye circles

Use of Vitamin E for dark eye circles works very well for some people, and not at all for others. Take a Vitamin E capsule and carefully pierce it with a pin or needle. Dab a bit of the oil on your fingertip and pat it into the skin under your eyes. This remedy can help reduce dark eye circles and puffiness as well.

Tea Bags

Take a used tea bag (black or green), after it has cooled, and apply it to the skin under your eyes. Lay down while you do this - otherwise, it's hard to get the tea bag to stick. Leave in place for about 10 minutes. 

The cold washcloth

When washing your eyes after using any of these remedies for dark eye circles, use a washcloth soaked in cold water. Cold water helps to constrict the blood vessels under the eyes and can also reduce puffiness.


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Home Remedies for Anti Aging

Everyone has to face aging with time. No one likes the fact of having wrinkles on skin. Your skin becomes more sensitive and thin while you get old. To take better care of your skin, please find below Home Remedies for Anti Aging.


HOME REMEDIES for ANTI AGING

When talking about anti aging, Coconut is the best ingredient. Coconut Milk can help your skin have a glowing effect. 

Aloe Vera is a great Anti Aging herb. Use aloe vera gel to remove wrinkles.

Honey can be used to get rid of wrinkles around eyes.

Avocado really helps to give you a young and fresh look because of its oily nature. Simply apply either the pulp or slices of avocado on your face and your skin.

Castor Oil is another useful substance in treating wrinkles. Apply castor oil on your skin, it makes your skin softer and removes wrinkles.

Few drops of lemon juice on your skin can help keep away aging marks on your face.

The oldest and most affective remedy is to drink plenty of water.

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Skin Care with Olive Oil




Olive oil
is the most popular and ancient fruit.

Not only the skin
, it's very useful for your body as well.

Using it in cooking
keeps you healthy.

See below i am going to tell you some home remedies about use of olive oil.


Skin Care with Olive oil

Olive oil provides a smooth and radiant complexion.

Olive oil has high levels of Vitamin A and E, both of which have antioxidant qualities. Which acts as Anti-aging.

Olive oil helps maintain elasticity of skin.

Olive oil is a Natural Moisturizer. It also speeds the healing of minor cuts, acne scars, and wounds.

Apply olive oil with few drops of rosewater 10 minutes before bathing on whole body. It Moisturize your skin.

Once a week exfoliate your skin using sea salt mixed with olive oil. Use a soft cloth to apply the salt blend in small circles over your whole face. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. This removes old, dead skin and leaves your skin looking younger and fresher.

Olive oil is a Natural Conditioner, it helps bringing shine into your hair and moisturize them.

You would be amazed to hear that Olive oil can also be used as a Make Up remover. Soak a piece of cotton with 1 or 2 drops of olive oil and apply it on your eyes and face to gently remove make up.

Olive oil acts as a best solution for dry nails and dried up cuticles. Use one drop olive oil on your nails and gently massage around it.

Hope these tips could solve many problems of your's :).....
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