7 Moisturizers You Can Find In Your Kitchen

7 Moisturizers You Can Find In Your Kitchen

Moisturizing your skin on a regular basis is necessary. Otherwise, your skin will start looking aged and dull. It does not mean you will have to go for expensive cosmetics on a regular basis. There are several natural and simple ways to moisturize your skin.
Here are a few natural moisturizers which you can find in your home.



1. Honey

  • Natural and organic honey is a natural antibacterial moisturizer. It also helps you unclog pores, fights acne and cleanses your skin.
  • Mix honey and water in a 1:2 ratio based upon your quantity requirement. Apply it gently on your skin and let it dry for a couple of hours. Wash it off with warm water gently.

2. Buttermilk

  • Rich in lactic acid, buttermilk is a fantastic moisturizer. It is something that is being used in skincare products as well.
  • Soak a soft cloth in a cup of buttermilk and cover your face for five to ten minutes. Rinse it off with cold water.


3. Olive oil

  • This is one of the oldest moisturizers used. Its antioxidants and natural acids strengthen your skin and act as natural barriers protecting you from the harmful effects of the sun.
  • Apply the oil on your skin and massage gently. Soak a soft cloth in warm water and cover your face with it. After 20 minutes remove the cloth and rinse off the oil.


4. Castor oil

Castor oil is an amazing mixture of fatty acid and linoleic acid. The fatty acid content makes it easy for our skin to absorb castor oil quickly. The linoleic acid in the oil makes it easy for your skin to retain moisture and hydrates your skin hence preventing dry patches.


5. Avocados

  • The combination of vitamins A, D and E present in the avocado slows down the aging process of your skin. It penetrates every layer of your dermis and lubricates your skin.
  • Peel a ripe avocado and rub the wet side of its skin on your face. Let it dry on your face for 15 to 20 minutes and rinse off with warm water once dried up.

6. Aloe vera

  • Aloe contains natural vitamin C and E. This helps in keeping your skin plump. Aloe is mostly used in all the famous skin care products. It has very good moisturizing capabilities plus it does not leave a greasy mark on your face once used.
  • Carefully cut the aloe skin and extract the jelly inside. Apply the jelly on your skin and rinse it off once dry.


7. Cucumber

  • Cucumber works as a wonderful hydrant for your body both internally and externally.
  • Create a hydrating mask by mixing cucumber puree and with honey. Apply all over your face and wash off with hot water after 30 minutes.



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