4 Natural Moisturizers for Body and Hair
You can take care of your skin with what you have at home
We set aside 4 Natural Moisturizers for Body and Hair for you to make and try at home! If you don’t have a lot of money to spend on super expensive products to apply on your skin or are looking for more natural ways this blog is for you.
However, it is worth mentioning that this blog has the intention of giving tips on natural ingredients, and remedies for you to add to your home care routine. But make sure you consult a professional first!
It is possible to keep the skin healthy and hydrated only with natural ingredients?
Despite women becoming more and more adept at a skincare routine daily, many believe that only with the most expensive products will they reach the goal of healthy and hydrated skin.
The truth is that industrialized cosmetics act most of the time in a deeper way, reaching deeper layers and therefore causing a more potentiated effect.
However, this does not mean that cosmetics based on natural ingredients do not work. We tend to forget that industrialized products are a mix of these natural ingredients with chemical substances.
So, if you don’t have a lot of money to invest in skincare or are adept at using more natural products, the list below with 4 Natural Moisturizers for Body and Hair will help you!
Create homemade recipes and natural moisturizers for your skin and even your hair.
Yes! Bananas can be a great moisturizer. It is rich in natural oils, carbohydrates, potassium and vitamins.
It can be used on both hair and skin. Softens and moisturizes the hair, restores elasticity and repairs damaged hair.
A complete hair treatment that provides hydration and oil replacement hair, leaving them silky, soft and with a natural shine and balance.
Because it is rich in water along with natural oils, zinc, iron and vitamins A, B6, C and E works as a perfect moisturizer for the skin.
Can be used together with other ingredients like sugar to exfoliate the skin or honey to make a hydration mask.
Find more natural exfoliating tips here.
Avocado is another fruit that despite being present in the cosmetic industry in large scale it is not commonly used in homemade recipes.
But we must highlight that its benefits for the skin and hair are numerous.
In addition, it is rich in potassium and several vitamins such as A, B1, B2, B3, B9, C and E and able to act in a deeper way. It also has fatty acids capable of maintaining the skin hydration and reduce redness and irritation.
In the hair, in addition to hydration, it repairs damaged hairs and restores shine and softness.
On the skin it can be used in several ways, from direct application of the product after kneading and transformed into a mask as mixed with other ingredients like those on this list.
3. Coconut Oil
One of the best known and also one of the most contradictory oils natural. Despite many studies and recommendations and disapprovals, the reality is that coconut oil is a potent moisturizer for both hair and skin.
However, it is necessary that it be used according to the needs of the skin and its condition. If possible, consult your dermatologist to prevent possible unwanted effects such as an increase in pimples.
Firstly, it is able to prevent the loss of proteins and water from the hair and skin, being able to nourish by acting in a deep way, increasing the elasticity of the skin by maintaining the natural hydration of the dermis. And its antioxidants fight the free radicals that cause aging.
Secondly, its use on the skin improves dryness, roughness, cracks, peeling and itching as it reduces dryness caused by air humidity, cold weather and dehydration.
It can be used in different ways, from component in deodorants natural, exfoliating, makeup remover, lip moisturizer, in hydrating masks or along with other recipes.
Like the others on this list, it can be used as a skin moisturizer and for hair.
In addition, due to its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, it is able to treat wounds when applied to the wound.
In addition to leaving the skin soft and uniform when applied to the hair, it can help in problems such as dermatitis and dandruff.
It is usually used in conjunction with others ingredients in exfoliation recipes and also in hair removal waxes to keep the skin hydrated.
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