The biggest advantage of home care methods is the fact that organising a small spa at home and self-training cosmetics is really fantastic. Especially since all this fun is hardly burdensome for the wallet — because the ingredients are inexpensive, and most of them can be easily found in the kitchen. To prepare peeling or masks for neck and cleavage, you can use, among other things, honey, natural yogurt, vegetable oils, fruits, herbs, eggs, ginger, coffee and many other products that we use every day for food.
Recipes home cosmetics
Warm herbal compress
Boil water, put 1 bag of green tea in a mug, then hot water (not boiling water) ), and cover with a lid. After about 15 minutes, pour the brew into a bowl so you can soak a small towel in it with convenience. Put a warm compress on your neck and shoulders for a few tens of seconds.
Need two small towels and two bowls – one with warm water, the other with cold mineral water. Soak one towel in each container, then alternately put them (warm first, then cold) for a few dozen seconds on the neck and cleavage. Repeat this action 5 times.
Oatmeal peeling Pour
about 2 tablespoons of cereal into a glass and pour with warm milk (preferably homemade). Massage the kashitsa on the neck and neckline with gentle circular movements. After a few minutes of massage, wash everything with warm water.
In a small bowl or mug, mix 1 teaspoon of food soda and 1 teaspoon of natural yogurt. Add a few drops of vegetable oil. After such a scrub, it is best to rub the skin with a tonic to restore its natural pH.
Warning! Soda is characterized by quite intense action, so this peeling option is not recommended for people with sensitive or acne-prone skin.
Brightening neckline mask
– 3 tablespoons chopped parsley,
– 1 cup hot milk,
– 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
– 1 teaspoon of natural honey.
Pour the parsley with milk, cover and set aside. After about 15 minutes add the lemon and honey, mix thoroughly. In the mixture prepared thus soak a small towel or gauze and apply on the cleavage, keep 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water and apply a nourishing cream.
– 4 tablespoons fresh or dried rosemary,
– 1 cup hot milk.
Add the rosemary to the milk and wait until it cools. Apply the resulting paste for 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water.