Cellulite is common problem among lot of women around the world.There are different types of treatments and remedies that you can try.Today i am sharing some of the homemade scrubs that I personally use.
1 D.I.Y Coffee scrub
.Sugar or Sea salt.
.Mix 1 cup of ground coffee with sugar or sea salt.
.Melt the coconut in the microwave and add to the mixture.
.Mix it well and transfer it into a jar.
.Use this in your shower, apply this to your areas of cellulite. Massage your scrub onto your skin in circular motion before rinsing.
.Repeat this when you shower for better results.
2 D.I.Y Coffee scrub.
.Mix 1/4 cup ground coffee with 3 tbsp of hot water.
.Let the coffee absorb the hot water for ten minutes and form a paste.
.Mix in 2 tbsp of olive oil to help bind the grinds.
.Apply this in your shower and massage this scrub onto your skin in circular motion.
.Use as often as you can for better results.
Petroleum jelly can be used more than a lip balm.In fact,it can be all-in-all beauty product.
.Tame brows: Brush on a thin layer to set hairs in place.
.Prime Eyelids: A thin layer applied before eyeshadow helps makeup stay put all day.
.Keep Cuticles Soft: Dab on fingertips before going to bed.
.Smooth Hair: Apply to pesky fly aways or rub into tips to add shine and hide split ends .
.Soothe Skin:Slather it on to protect against cold air and wind.
1.Don’t skip primer.
Whether you want to blur wrinkles, mattify, minimise the appearance of pores or even out skin tone, primers do this whilst creating a velvety base for make-up and helping it to stay put for longer.
2.Mix your face oil with your foundation.
Try adding a couple of drops of your favourite facial oil to your foundation. It will give you light and dewy coverage. It will also stop your foundation from looking cakey.
3.Apply foundation from the center of your face.
Generally speaking, the most coverage is often needed in the centre of your face. Apply your foundation here first, and blend it out towards your jaw and hairline. This will stop your foundation looking like a mask or draw attention to the baby hairs around your head.
4.Use your finger to press the foundation into your skin.
If you’ve used a brush to apply your foundation, it can often feel like the foundation is just sitting on top of your skin. To make it last all day, use your fingertips afterwards to really press the foundation into your skin and buff out any product build-up.
5.Setting spray to finish.
For a really natural finish, use a setting spray after applying your foundation to bring your skin back to life. If you’re going for a sheer cover, use a rose or charged water – or if you’re after a more HD finish, try a setting spray to keep it in place all day.
1. Aloe vera gel
Aloe vera is Rich in vitamin E and antioxidants, it’s know to soothe skin and encourage cell repair, while its anti-inflammatory properties help decrease puffiness.
2. Chilled tea bags
Save the tea bags (black, green or white) from your morning brew and chill them quickly in the fringe. Wear them as eye masks for five minutes and the antioxidants and caffeine content will help tighten and tone the surrounding skin, increasing circulation and therefore drainage.
3. Raw potato slices
You’ve all heard of the cucumber trick, but slices of potatoes can have ever better results thanks to catecholase, an enzyme they contain which is said to speed up the de-puffing process. Just lie back and place some fridge-cold and raw sliced over your closed eyes for up to 10 minutes. Wash off any residue afterwards with cold water.
4. Cold spoons
This trick works a treat. If time allows, pop two metal spoons in the freezer for a few minutes to chill, if not hold them under very cold running water instead. Then lie back with the cup of the spoons over your closed eyes for a minute and the cold constricts blood vessels, thereby reducing swelling.
5. Chilled eye cream
If you regularly suffer from puffy eyes keep your eye cream in the fridge – when applied the active ingredients will work even harder.
1.You’re using beautyblender dry: The best way to use the Beautyblender is when it is activated and damp and completely wet.The beautyblender is supposed to be used wet. The damp surface gives you streak-free blending and a dewy finish.
2.You Tried to microwave the germs away: The worst possible thing you can do is put it in the microwave.I don’t think it kills bacteria, it just melts everything.
3.You keep it too long: Even though you clean your sponge every day.The Beauty Blender needs to be replaced every three months. The older it gets, the more likely it will rip or tear.
4.You’re scrubbing it too hard: Our beauty blender can tear if you have super sharp nails or if you’re pulling the ends too hard when you clean the sponge. Instead, use a gentle squeezing motion. While the sponge is soaking wet, pour the cleaner directly on any soiled spots.
5.You keep it in ziplock bag: When you remove oxygen and light from anything that is moist, you have the opportunity for mold and bacteria to start forming. So a damp beauty blender stuffed in your dark, enclosed makeup bag is a bad idea. Instead, use a breathable mesh or organza bag to transport the sponge when you travel.
.Sesame oil: It provides effective hydration for even the driest skin.After removing most residue, the remaining oil is absorbed into the skin, leaving it soft, plump, and hydrated.Sesame oil has vitamin E—a fatty acid known to promote healing.
.Coconut oil: Coconut oil breaks up water-resistant substances used in many eyeshadows and mascaras, gently detaching them from the skin around the eyes.It’s naturally moisturizing and packed with antioxidants—which help block free radicals that cause premature aging—it also acts as a treatment product.
.Olive oil: Olive oil has a similar structure to the oils found in products like mascara, it can help dissolve makeup safely and smoothly.It manages to leave skin moisturized (and irritation-free) without clogging pores.