10 Dec 2011

Are Natural Skin Care Recipes for You

If you are searching for skin care recipes information, then you must be interested in trying it yourself. But is it for you or not? Before you decide, lets give you a little more info and background:

Very possibly you have found that store bought products just doesn't deliver the results they promise. And I am also sure that you are tired of spending your hard earned money on these so-called miracle creams and masks. Often these shelf-bought products even worsen your existing skin conditions or create new problems for you.

I have done quite a bit of my own research and have found the best way of caring for your skin is to use natural products. I have found that many of these ingredients are already on my normal shopping list and I therefore have them on hand already. These include things like honey, essential oils, oatmeal, yogurt and various fruits.
Natural skin care recipes have been around for many, many years and have been used by various cultures. Among these is Cleopatra who took a milk bath to keep her skin soft and moisturized. The Greeks moisturized using honey and the Maya utilized royal jelly to keep young.
So if these basic, natural ingredients worked in the past, then there is no reason why they should not work today. But don't take my word for it. Try them yourself. I know you will love the results.

These simple ingredients mentioned above can be combined in many ways to moisturize, protect, heal and renew the skin. Of course the store bought products claim to do all these things too, but natural products are much more budget friendly, easy on the environment and above all they are totally safe to use.
Now I know that this might be a totally new concept for you, but please be assured that it is not as complicated as you might be inclined to think. Just do a simple Google search to find some recipes to try out and see if you like it. You might also want to search for information on recipes to treat certain skin conditions such as wrinkles, dark spots or pimples.

I am positive that when you start to experiment a little you will find that these skin care recipes are not difficult to make and you don't even need any high tech equipment. Many of the things you need you already have in your kitchen, such as a blender, mixing bowls and measuring equipment.
Now if you start to learn more about these ingredients and what makes them good for your skin, you can begin to combine them and make your very own skin care recipes tailored for your skin. I am sure you will find that the end result is worth every effort.
So, now you need to consider if going with natural skin care is for you or not.

Natural skin care is definitely for you if you can agree with all or most of the following points:
1. You need to save or cut back on your beauty expenses.
2. You care about your skin and you are weary of the chemical and synthetic ingredients in store bought products.
3. You have developed an allergy to one or more store bought beauty products and you are not sure why.
4. You care about the environment and you want to make your beauty routine a little more "green"
5. You care about animal rights and would rather make your own products than buy something that has been tested on animals.
6. You like experimenting, testing new skin care recipes and seeing the results on your skin.

So if you can agree with the above, don't waste time. Start searching and trying out some recipes today!

Lucinda Gregg has researched skin care extensively and especially natural skin care recipes. Visit her new site TheSkinCareRecipes.com. For more great
information on DIY Facial Masks Recipes.

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