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Guest Post - 5 Household Products to Incorporate in Your Beauty Routine

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    Today we have a guest post by Mary Edwards, "5 Household Products to Incorporate in Your Beauty Routine".  If you have been looking for some homemade items to help you with your pocketbook and your beauty needs, you will enjoy this article.   You can read Mary's biography with her contact information at the end of the article.



                                                            
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5 Household Products to Incorporate in Your Beauty Routine If your beauty routine is taking a serious toll on your bank account each month it might be time to cut back on the fancy and expensive products and visit a more economical way to fund your everyday primping habits. You don’t need to go farther than the kitchen and the laundry room to retrieve phenomenal beauty products, all of which are contained in common, household items. The next time you’re looking to scale back on spending try one of these at-home beauty fixes:   1.   Olive Oil 
      By now you probably know that olive oil is a good addition to your diet thanks to its healthy fats, but what  you probably didn’t realize is that it can be added into your beauty routine as well. A small amount of olive oil added in to your hair after shampooing will leave your tresses full of silk and shine. For hair strengthening mask, add in some eggs to the olive oil and coat your hair in the concoction.

  2.  Dryer Shirts
No time to shampoo your hair in the morning? Heading back to the office after a lunchtime gym session? Running a dryer sheet over your hair before you head into the office will help take any static out of your hair, as well as giving it a nice, fresh scent for some immediate hair revival.

  3.   Cooking Spray
If you’re looking for a way to get your nails dry in a flash then skip the hair dryer and spray them down with cooking spray. This will give you instantly hardened nails so you don’t have to worry about chipping that fresh coat of paint!   4.  Sugar
Looking for a natural way to exfoliate your skin? Look no further than the sugar canister. Paired with olive oil you can quickly create an at-home face or body scrub that will help slough away dead skin cells so you have smooth, healthy skin.

  5.   Vinegar Vinegar can do a variety of things for you in the beauty department. Mixed with a little water it will help remove any lingering excess products in your hair and de-tangle it. Applied onto a bruise it can help eliminate any purple or bluish hues. Rubbed onto your scalp it can help soothe itchy and dry skin. Incorporating these easy changes into your routine can help you save money and avoid putting overly processed treatments full of chemicals onto your skin and hair. The result will be well worth it because you’ll be left with shiny hair, fabulous skin, and a happy wallet. Author Bio Mary Edwards is one of the contributors and editors for datingwebsites. She is passionate about thought leadership writing, regularly contributes to various career, social media, public relations, branding, and parenting and online dating community. She can be reached at edwardsmary936 AT gmail.com.
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You're welcome! Glad you enjoyed the guest post.

by HealthyLivingNaturalBeauty 2 years, 1 month ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

Great tips! Thanks.....

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