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Beauty Tips Your Mom and Grandmother Would Approve Of

 

Beauty tips passed on over the generations are the best kept secrets. The natural, less rigid methods will prove better and give longer lasting results with fewer side effects. And most importantly, they will receive the approving eye of your mother and grandmother too.

By: Susan Hutson

 

 

 

Beauty is an age old art, explored over the centuries in various manners to achieve perfection. Women have been interested in numerous ways of staying young and beautiful and enhancing their looks since time immemorial. If you look around you, your mom, grandmother, aunts and great-aunts, you will discover the various beauty rituals their generations have followed to enhance their physical appearance as well as inner beauty.

 

Beauty secrets that have been passed on over generations are the best kept secrets, as they assure healthier, better results than most modern, synthetic methods. Most important of all, they will receive instant approval by your mom and grandmother.

 

 

Here are a few tips that would help enhancing your beauty the natural way, with guaranteed positive feedback from your mom and grandmother!

 

 

 

Skincare – Use coconut oil to massage your body (preferable at night) to give it a shiny, soft contour. Enhance the massage with scented oils such as lavender or rosemary to add fragrance and extra softness

 

 

Scars – Use lemon peel to get rid of scars. Rub a lemon peel over the scar generously and repeat for a few days/weeks. You will be surprised at how fast the scar fades away

 

 

Blackheads – Add a bit of oatmeal and honey together and form a paste along with an egg white. Apply this on your blackheads by gently rubbing it over the affected skin and leave for 10-15 minutes. It will loosen your blackheads and make it easier to remove

 

 

Split Ends (Hair) – Beat an egg yolk and mix it with some honey and olive oil and massage on hair, wrap in a warm towel and leave for 30 minutes before rinsing

An alternative to shampoo – Use baking soda instead, it will absorb oil and loosen dry skin. It’s also a great remedy for dandruff

 

 

Softer Hands – Dip your hands in fresh milk for 5-10 minutes on a regular basis. Your hands will feel softer and will eventually lose all of the wrinkles and calluses from hard work

 

 

Eye Soother – Use a mix of cucumber and potato juice in chilled state. Dip it in cotton and place over your eyes and relax for 10-15 minutes. Wash off and apply some coconut or baby oil. It is a great eye soother as well as a stress reliever. Coconut oil also helps to get rid of dark circles over time

 

 

Lips – Lemon juice is a great remedy for dark lips. Use it on a regular basis and experience wonderful results

 

 

Try these home remedies yourself, improvise where needed and change where necessary to suit your skin tones/contour. You will be amazed at how effective some of these age old beauty secrets are. Talk to your mom, grandmother and relatives to learn more about the beauty regimes of their times, non-commercialized, health friendly methods that will make your beauty last longer and remain healthier the comfortable way. Opt for these natural therapies that have less side effects and assure longer lasting outcomes.

 

 

But most important of all, remember that beauty comes from within, so work on spiritual cleansing too. If you feel happy, content and maintain good health, your looks will definitely benefit. Inner cleansing is the best way to achieve glowing skin and a beautiful complexion. Practice good thoughts and become a glowing beauty yourself.

 

 

Bizymoms.com has been helping women work from home for over 10 years. Now, Bizymoms strives to be the number one resource website for women by including many informative sections that focus on women’s issues. Our Beauty and Style section includes beauty tips, ideas and techniques to help you look and feels your best.

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