Hydrate Your Skin With These Easy DIY Techniques

Hydration is a must for all skin types because skin damages quickly when you get old if you do not hydrate when young. As we all know, water flushes the toxins and transports the nutrients from cell to cell. Hydration rejuvenates your skin and provides moisture, and supplies good nutrients for healthy skin. For hydration, not only is applying hydrating products enough, but you should also have a proper sleep and eat food with water like watermelons, coconuts, etc. And keep humidifiers in your room. The most crucial part is drinking plenty of water. And ditch those harsh cleansers and go natural. So it’s time for some DIY with natural ingredients that do not harm your skin. So let’s check in the recipes.

Avocado Mask: Avocado mask has a creamy texture that gives you good feelings while enjoying the cover. Avocado has beta carotene, protein, and fatty acids that protect the skin’s free radicals and increase collagen metabolism. It has vitamins A, D, and E that boosts hydration and brightness. Mix one avocado with one teaspoon olive oil and one tablespoon honey and leave for 15 minutes. Then wash off with lukewarm water and pat dry. You can feel the moisture within a few weeks using this mask routinely.

Oatmeal Honey Mask: Oatmeal itself is a moisture ensuring product, and honey exfoliates the skin and removes dead skin cells. Grind the oatmeal and add some milk to make a paste.

Then add ½ tablespoon of honey and combine it. Apply the mask and leave for 10 minutes. Then exfoliate with a scrubbing brush and rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry. This pack is also beneficial for reducing blemishes.

Hydrating Face Mist: Till now, all was a mask. We’re going to make a mist you can apply after cleansing as a setting spray in case you run out of one. Aloe vera is the foremost ingredient with a top priority that hydrates skin. For this mist, take a spray bottle, mix 2 tbsp of witch hazel and 1 tsp aloe vera gel, and shake it to prepare the fog. Store it in the refrigerator to experience the cooling effect of which hazel. This mist can be used anytime after cleansing, and it travels friendly too.

Hydrating Face Serum: After the mist, you would want to use a serum. So this serum is a follow-up for extra hydration. Add essential oils like frankincense, copaiba, lavender, tea tree, and rose, 20 drops each. Then give a splash of witch hazel to it. Shake it, and your serum is ready. If you have your essential oils, mix them with the mentioned oils. Store this serum into a dropper bottle and refrigerate for a refreshing sense.

Conclusion: Dehydrated skin looks flaky, dry, and sick. More than that, hydration is a part of self-care. So to make your skin feel healthy, smooth, and soft, hydrating is necessary. Skin will lose its elasticity when not hydrated, and aging problems will appear faster. For this reason, add hydration to your skincare routine and enjoy freshness!

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