Natural beauty care
Beauty and well-being are indisputably the result of a healthy lifestyle, i.e. a balanced diet, sufficient exercise (if possible in the fresh air), regular periods of relaxation and a balanced emotional balance. For beauty care there are a number of natural helpers that help skin, hair and nails to stay healthy.
Skin care in a natural way
In order for the skin to remain healthy by makeup set Malaysia, it must be cared for according to its age and condition. Young skin, for example, does not need much to be firm and elastic. However, the older it gets, the more moisture has to be supplied from outside. Then water-in-oil emulsions are best suited for the care, as they preserve the acid mantle of the skin.
Besides, one must consider the individual skin type. If the skin is rather oily, it needs thorough cleansing and should not be additionally burdened with oily creams but supplied with moisture. Dry skin needs both oil and moisture. For sensitive skin, everything that additionally stresses the skin (e.g. peelings, facial water with alcohol, strong temperature changes) must be dispensed with. Since soaps attack the acid mantle, they should only be used on very robust, rather oily skin.
To keep all skin types healthy: drink a lot (about 3 litres a day), sleep sufficiently (if possible 8 hours), drink no or only moderate alcohol; do not smoke under any circumstances, as this causes the skin to age extremely quickly. In addition, there are many natural home remedies for beauty care.
Two skin care ideas
Avocado mask for dry skin: crush 1/2 avocado, mix with 2 tsp milk yoghurt and apply generously to cleansed face and neck. After 15 minutes, remove with a damp washcloth.
Cleansing and refreshing mask with parsley: wash half a bunch of flat parsley and pat dry. Then finely chop the leaves and the stems. Mix with 2 tbsp dry low-fat curd cheese and 1 tbsp honey. Leave on face, neck and décolleté for 20 minutes, then rinse off.
Hair natural care
Our hair also benefits from a healthy and wholesome diet with many minerals and trace elements. If it does not, or if a person is hormonal imbalanced, the hair reacts promptly. Also factors such as age or season (sun and UV radiation dry out, for example) play a role in the condition of the hair and of course mechanical, chemical and physical stresses such as too frequent washing, intensive combing, touping, tinting, dyeing, perming or too hot blow-drying.
If the hair is sick or impaired, they signal this very clearly by being thin, dull, dull, oily, without tension or even brittle. What is important is care that corresponds to the hair problem.
Two tips for hair care
Bananas, curd cheese and wheatgerm oil for smooth hair: Mash an overripe banana with a fork. Add a spoonful of wheatgerm oil to a tablespoonful of banana puree and stir in a tablespoonful of quark. Allow to work for five to ten minutes in damp hair and then rinse thoroughly.
Green tea for greasy hair: For rinsing, pour a quarter litre of boiling water over two tablespoons of loose green tea, leave to steep for ten minutes and strain off. Add 150 ml lemon juice. Rinse hair with this mixture (do not rinse afterwards).
Hand and nail care with the power of nature
Our hands are important representatives of our appearance. But they are also an instrument of communication. We approach and touch others with them; they convey feelings of affection, rejection or distrust to others. Well cared for and in good physical condition the skin is smooth and supple, the nails have no grooves or stains and are also not discoloured (e.g. yellowish for skin fungal diseases).
The night hours are particularly suitable for the particularly intensive care of hands and nails, as the active ingredients of creams and oils can then be absorbed particularly well. If gloves are worn over the creamed hands, this effect is additionally supported. In autumn and winter your hands can well tolerate an extra amount of care. They should then be well creamed before each walk.