Looking Back At Easier Skincare Times: 5 Basic Home Remedies To Help You Get Glowing Skin Photo Credit: iStock Images
New Delhi: The markets are now flooded with a wide variety of skin care products. As the world of skin care opened up, especially on the internet, people became familiar with various skin care routines that were followed around the world and those that were followed for specific skin problems. There are 20-step skincare routines that differ based on skin type, age, and many other factors. While this may help many, the fact is that people are now confused about which products to use, when to use them, and whether or not their skin will benefit at all.
Because of this confusion and ambiguity, people remember the simpler days in skin care. Here’s a look back at that time and regaining basic skin care home remedies that can do the magic, and you may not need sophisticated skin care routines at all.
5 Basic Skin Care Home Remedies That You Must Bring With You
- Aloe Vera Gel – Aloe Vera Gel is known as the ultimate product for skin and hair problems. Whether you’ve had a burn, a shoe bite, or breaking out too much, aloe vera gel is known to help. It’s a one-time solution to skin problems like pigmentation, dullness, and even dryness. Aloe vera gel can be found naturally, but is also available in stores for a very reasonable price.
- The Vaseline – Vaseline was used for so many skin problems and had its own charm. Now the world has moved on to lip balms and other remedies, but petroleum jelly can still be found in every household. Used to heal chapped lips and skin, dry heels, and lengthen forehead and eyelash hairs, petroleum jelly has many benefits that you must take advantage of.
- Fuller’s Earth – Facepacks have taken over the world by now, and trends like multi-masking and what not have now become relevant. However, there was a time when there was only one face mask – the earth of fuller. Enriched with minerals and oils, it helped reduce greasiness and make the skin very clean.
- Rose water – Rose water has been used as a toner, thinner, and whatever not for skin problems. It is still used by many but has lost some of its popularity for confronting mists. Rose water helps soothe your skin, reduce irritation, and keep it nourished.
- Coconut oil – Coconut oil has historically been used as the primary moisturizer, especially during the winter months. It provided the skin with the right moisture it needed during the winter season to prevent irritation from dryness. Coconut oil is also a great remedy for burns, cuts, and hair loss.
Disclaimer: The tips and suggestions in the article are for general informational purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always contact your doctor or professional health care provider with specific questions about medical issues.
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