Honey is one of the most amazing natural products to include in your skincare routine. It can be affordable, and the list of benefits is a mile long. Creating at-home remedies for your skin care using honey as the main ingredient is easy. In this article, we will give you some ways to use honey as a beauty product.
First, we’ll talk about using a DIY moisturizing mask for your face and hair. Next, we will discuss soothing sunburns and softening the lips and cuticles. Then, we take a look at fading scars and hydration as well as combatting winter skin. Finally, we will talk about a honey bath soak and wrap up with a delicious body scrub. Once you have finished reading, you will know so much more about honey and using it as a natural product for your skin.
Use As A Moisturizing Mask For The Face
Honey is so emollient and hydrating; you can spread one teaspoon of raw honey on clean, dry skin and leave it on the skin for 20 minutes, all by itself. Rinse it with warm water. For a more in-depth treatment, mix one tablespoon of buttermilk, one teaspoon of honey, and one egg yolk, then apply to the face (avoid the eyes). Leave it on for 20 minutes, then rinse.
Raw honey will help boost shine and volume. For an at-home hair mask, mix one teaspoon of raw honey with two teaspoons of coconut oil. Turning your head over, apply it to the hair, from the tips to the roots. Let the mixture work its magic for 20 minutes, then rinse well (in a hot shower to make sure that all the ingredients “melt” out). You can substitute coconut oil with olive oil.
Soothe Sunburns And Soften The Lips
Honey can soothe, protect, and hydrate sunburned skin. Mix one part honey with two parts aloe vera for a powerful, antimicrobial healing ointment. You can use the honey and aloe vera mixture on the body and lips; however, if you have very chapped lips, gently apply honey directly to the lips and let it sit.
Use the moisturizing power of honey for smooth, youthful hands. Hydrate dry cuticles. Moisturize during an at-home mani-pedi by mixing one teaspoon of honey with one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar and one teaspoon of coconut oil. Rub over each cuticle, letting the nutrients and enzymes heal the skin for ten minutes, then dip into lukewarm water.
Fade Scars And Hydrate
Honey will supposedly lighten the skin and has been noted to decrease the appearance of scars by increasing healing and regenerating tissue. The skin cells are revived, and the turnover is increased. The healing properties of honey are amazing.
Mix one teaspoon of raw honey with one teaspoon of coconut oil or olive oil. Apply to the area with the scar, then place a hot washcloth over the skin, letting it sit until cool. You can repeat this every day.
Combat Winter Skin
Just mix one tablespoon of honey with one tablespoon of olive oil and a dash of lemon juice and apply to the elbows, knees, and rough patches. Let sit for 20 minutes as a mask for your body. Rinse thoroughly.
Use honey to amp up your moisturizer. You can add a few tablespoons of honey to your moisturizer. If it’s shea butter, shake well and use liberally on dry skin.
Create A Honey Bath Soak
Cleopatra’s go-to was 1/4 cup of honey mixed with two cups of milk. Add a few drops of essential oil. Add to a hot bath, sit back, and relax.
You can keep it simple also by dissolving two tablespoons of raw honey in one cup of hot water. Then, pour the cup into your tub; soak for however long you wish. You can also add a little baking soda to your honey bath soak to further soften the skin.
Make A Delicious Body Scrub
This honey almond body scrub requires a little bit of extra effort. Combine three tablespoons of ground almonds, then add two tablespoons of honey to form a paste. Then, just get to scrubbing in the shower.
You can find almonds at the local grocery or grind them yourself if you can. You will have to decide what is convenient for you. You may want to put a drain protector down for this one!
If you looking for an amazing natural product to include in your skincare routine, honey fits the bill. The list of benefits honey has for your skin is endless, and honey is affordable as well. Using honey as the main ingredient will make creating at-home remedies for your skincare easy. In this article, we gave you some ways to use honey as a beauty product.
First, we talked about using a DIY moisturizing mask for your face and hair. Next, we discussed soothing sunburns and softening the lips and cuticles. Then, we took a look at fading scars and hydration as well as combatting winter skin. Finally, we talked about a honey bath soak, and we wrapped things up with a delicious body scrub. Now that you have finished reading, you know so much more about honey and using it as a natural product for your skin.