How to save money on your beauty products


Good quality cosmetic products are now pretty pricy. Why waste money when you can have pure and natural treatment without spending money? There are various ways by which you can save money on your beauty products.

Skin cleansers

The kitchen is the treasure house for your natural beauty products.

  1. Oily skin: You can make wonderful cleansers for oily skin by applying a mixture of green gram flour, besan and curd.

  2. Dry skin: Cleansers for dry skin can made by mixing lemon, cur and honey. It removes the impurities and the dryness.

  3. For all skin types: Mashed apple and mixed with yogurt is a wonderful cleanser that works on all types of skin.


After the cleansing is done scrubbing is necessary to get of the dead skin cells that have accumulated on the surface.

  1. Oily skin: Powered orange peels not only have a wonderful scrubbing effect but it also helps to soothe the oily skin.

  2. Dry skin: Applying a mixture of papaya with sugar is perfect for dry skin.

  3. All skin types: Green gram powder when applied with little drops of lime juice and honey removes the dead cells along with the dirt and grime.

Face packs

Application of face pack is a must when your skin is constantly facing the vagaries of time and free radicals.

  1. Oily skin: Wheat flour (2tsp) paste made with water acts wonderfully on oily skin. Wash the pack off with cold water after it dries up.

  2. Dry skin: Mash a ripe banana and add a teaspoon of honey to it. Apply it over your face and wash it off after it dries up.

  3. Normal skin: Rub the inner portion of a papaya peel and allow it to dry. Wash it off with cold water.

  4. To reduce wrinkles: Grate some cabbage and apply the juice of ½ cup cabbage on your face. Wash off when it dries. It tightens the skin and removes wrinkles.

The ingredients used for preparing the products are present almost every day in our kitchen. It is just the effort that you have to take to prepare the products.

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Written by Ranja

A book editor and a content writer, my first love has always been to write. I'm also a romantic at heart and love dwelling in my own world of imagination.

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