How To Make Natural Homemade Skin Moisturizers

Skin moisturizers need not to come from the shelves. You can whip your very own skin moisturizer using ingredients that you can find at home. Not only will you know exactly what you’re applying onto your skin – but you’re also sure that you won’t be putting any chemicals onto it.

Skin moisturizer

Skin moisturizer

Chemicals and preservatives might be able to moisturize your skin temporarily but side effects are bound to arise. Here are a few natural skin moisturizer concoctions.

  • Cold milk or buttermilk

You can use cold milk or buttermilk and apply it onto your skin. Just wet a towel or a piece of cloth and let it stay on your skin for about five minutes. After five minutes, rinse very gently so that you some of its essence is still left behind. Milk and buttermilk has lactic acid which acts as skin exfoliants – removing dead skin cells and revealing younger skin.

  • Honey, olive oil and oatmeal

Mix ¼ cup of honey, 4 tablespoons of oatmeal and 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Mix it thoroughly and apply it onto your skin. Make sure to remove the mixture after five minutes by rinsing with warm water.

  • Shea Butter

Simply buy shea butter preferably 18 months old or less and apply it onto skin. Shea butter has been a popular skin moisturizer since ancient times. It contains Vitamin A that can help get rid of dry skin and Vitamin F (fatty acids) that promotes skin growth.

  • Olive Oil

Just apply it directly onto skin or add it to your bath and soak in it. Olive oil contains linoleic acid that traps moisture in the skin – keeping it highly hydrated.

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