Most people want to look beautiful because this makes them feel good and creates a positive impression.
Salons and spas provide professional beauty treatments but they charge high prices.
For a fraction of the price, consumers can pamper their skin at home and receive results that are just as appealing.
Whether they make creams and other treatments or switch suppliers, their wallets should benefit.
DIY Skin Treatments
Store-bought skin treatments cost anywhere from £4 to more than £20 and they are often no better than time-tested treatments that can be made at home less expensively. Honey, lemon juice, calamine lotion, or witch hazel is an effective blemish treatment.
Simply clean skin, dab some onto the blemish, and skin will be clear within a day or two. People suffering from blackheads should rub a slice of raw potato on their clean faces because this works wonders.
Witch hazel also makes an excellent skin toner because it removes cleanser from the face and refreshes skin. Baby oil is an effective makeup remover and skin softener. Olive oil is another good skin moisturizer and it can be used to treat torn cuticles, brittle fingernails, and hands chapped from weather or too much dishwashing.
Petroleum jelly is an all-purpose beauty product that moisturizes and can be used to slick eyebrows. Some people mix this product with sugar and massage it into their lips to make them plumper.
People who want to look younger will spend a lot of money for cream products or laser treatments. Vinegar is an inexpensive alternative that gradually fades age spots. Dab some vinegar on these spots until they disappear. Rubbing the inside of a banana skin onto age spots is another way to make these signs of aging fade naturally.
Switch Suppliers To Save Money
Consumers can save more than 60 percent by purchasing their favorite beauty and skin care products online or from a different supplier. Discount high street stores such as Superdrug and supermarkets including Tesco and Asda reduce fragrance prices up to 70 percent from what department stores charge. These shops also sell an assortment of discounted name and own-brand beauty items.
Purchasing beauty products online can save big and free delivery may be available. Residents of Britain can also save by purchasing their cosmetics, fragrances, and skincare products in France.
French prices for these items are typically 20 to 40 percent less than prices in Britain. This is the perfect excuse for a holiday!