Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

Every season bodes different nuisances to your skin.

Whether your skin is dry, oily, or just needs some exfoliation, there are so many skin

care solutions you can make at home.

Don’t waste your money ordering products you can’t read the ingredients to.

Here are a few natural remedies to keep your skin looking gorgeous all the time!


Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

If your skin is often dry or itchy then this is the remedy for you.

Aloe Vera is such a great natural moisturizer.

People use it mostly on sunburn because that’s when your skin desperately needs moisture.

Aloe is packed with benefits that will make you fall in love with this plant.

The best part is, it’s a plant!

You can grow it yourself, which also benefits your house by emitting oxygen into your air.

If you don’t have a green thumb then you could buy an aloe-based lotion.

Most aloe lotions contain natural ingredients and can do wonders for your skin compared

to a water-based lotion.

Yogurt and Honey

Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

If you like to sweeten things natural with natural sugars, some people use honey.

But have you ever considered using honey on your skin?

Raw, or unfertilized honey is a great moisturizer.

When you combine that with yogurt, your skin will thank you in more ways than one.

If you want your face to shine brightly and beautifully, try a yogurt and honey face mask.

An will make you feel like you enjoyed a day at the spa getting a nice

facial without even leaving your home.

Fresh Towels

Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

Washing your face keeps it clean from the nasty bacteria that tends to clog up pores.

One thing you can do is wash your face with a towel.

But just how clean is your towel when you’re cleaning your face?

It’s important to switch out the towel, and more often than you would think.

Towels collect so many germs, and who wants to clean their face with that?

Learning can benefit your skin and health.

Ditch the dirty towel and keep it fresh.

Essential Oils

Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

Essential oils make great skincare products.

Essential oils are just that, essential.

They can give you clear skin, better completion, heal cuts or burns, and even prevent

lines or wrinkles.

Depending on what your skin needs, you’ll need to find the right oil.

Small bottles of each oil can be purchased at local health food stores or online depending

on your preference.

Due to their strong scent and natural ingredients they need to be diluted before you put

them directly on your skin.

If you want to fight aging, acne, or anything else that prevents you from feeling beautiful

in your own skin, then essential oils are something you should definitely stock up on.

Coconut Oil

Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

One of the best cleanses for your skin is using coconut oil, especially if your skin is often dry

or if you often struggle with acne.

While it leaves your hair silky and shiny, it also leaves your skin feeling smooth and radiant.

The natural saturated fats that coconut oil contains really lock in moisture, giving you an even

tone as it works under your pores.

Coconut oil comes is so many forms that keep your skin glowing.

Tea Scrubs

Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

Homemade tea scrubs can do wonders for smooth, glowing skin.

A includes some kind of tea, mixed with salt or sugar and olive oil.

But your tea scrub doesn’t have to include sugar or salt.

Mixing green tea and water can help eliminate black heads.

Simply apply the mixture with a cotton ball or rag.

You can even use the actual tea bag once it becomes luke-warm.

Fruit Masks

Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

Fruit is so good for your body, and for your skin too!

When you combine fruit with a few other ingredients you can find in your pantry or refrigerator,

you can .

The fruits or vegetables contain vitamins and nutrients that restore your skin.

You’ll have a smooth tone and even complexion in a matter of one relaxing mask.

You can make combinations like avocado and honey, cucumbers and eggs.

There are so many different face masks with long lasting benefits.

Did you know that papaya is a natural remedy for getting a tan?

Fruit is amazing for your skin.

Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

Making your own products at home is the best way to know what the exact ingredients are.

Going with natural remedies is the best way to avoid chemicals that harm your body and

cause more damage than the benefits they provide.

Handmade with natural ingredients is the best thing you could do for your skin.

Skip paying for the products you don’t need.

Support your skin with the ingredients it needs so you’ll have the glowing, radiant and

beautiful skin you’ve always wanted.


Is Your Skin Beach Body Ready? 

Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long

Are you ready to bare it all?

For smooth, hair-free skin all summer, you can protect your skin and the environment by

shaving with a , since straight razors are environmentally friendly and much

cheaper in the long run compared to the disposable shaving razors.

Show your skin off in every season, stay glamorous.

Natural Remedies to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Year Long


About the Author
Kacey is a lifestyle blogger for The Drifter Collective, an eclectic lifestyle blog that expresses various forms of style through the influence of culture and the world around us. Kacey graduated with a degree in Communications while working for a lifestyle magazine. She has been able to fully embrace herself with the knowledge of nature, the power of exploring other locations and cultures, all while portraying her love for the world around her through her visually pleasing, culturally embracing and inspiring posts.  Connect with her on Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram



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