Got dry skin? 3 Hydrating DIY Recipes That actually work3391449

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After the long months of winter, your skin might be experiencing indoor heat, the wind, cold, and, for some of us, snow and ice. Not only can the colder months leave the skin dry, however it can also result in a dull appearance and visual fine lines. A good way to help manage your dermititis is through Buy Protein Powder.

Even though there are a number of alternatives on the market, you may also make your own in your own home. This is a great strategy for saving money whilst a closer eye on the ingredients you are applying to your skin.


So, when you have dry or dull skin this winter, you can find the best DIY facial remedies below.

Spirulina and Manuka Honey Hydration Mask

I love this mask because it’s incredibly nourishing and incredibly simple to make. I use spirulina, also referred to as blue-green algae, which can be packed with antioxidants that have the potential to help with fine lines and wrinkles.

The other ingredient for this mask is manuka honey, which might potentially reduce inflammation and irritation brought on by acne. Moreover, manuka honey can be a humectant, so it moisturizes your skin, leaving it supple and soft.

Ingredients

2 tablespoons. manuka honey 1 tsp. spirulina powder One teaspoon. water or rose water, or other herbal hydrosol mist Instructions

Mix all ingredients together in a jar or bowl. Use the mixture gently straight to your skin. Leave on for 30 minutes. Rinse off with water.