Toners, micellar water, cleanser, moisturisers, serums... the list never really ends. Most of us probably have more products on our bathroom shelf than we can count but maybe we need to pop down to the kitchen for some natural ingredients.
Natural remedies are the original self care but today there is a great debate over whether natural substances work as well as the dermatologist's concoctions.
You might have family traditions of using turmeric face masks but maybe you haven't thought of trying more unorthodox treatments such as apple cider vinegar for clear skin or mashing avocados on your scalp for luscious locks.
There seems to be a fix for any beauty query - even for things that you thought weren't possible to change such as stretch marks or darker armpits.
Scouring the Internet for natural hacks can be frustrating with certain suggestions like toothpaste for pimples seeming completely unreasonable.
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However, utilising ingredients so rich in antioxidants and healing qualities such as Manuka honey and coconut oil can be a life changer for your beauty routine all whilst knowing that everything you are putting on your skin is good enough to eat.
Perhaps, you only wish to add one or two staple raw Ingredients to to your self care regime like a shea butter moisturiser along with your drugstore go to's.
Whether it's growing eyelashes, getting rid of dark marks, smoother lips or just wanting to feel healthier, natural remedies are always a good idea in this chemical overloaded modern life.
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Speaking of modern life, back pain is one of the most common aliments in modern living and probably affects around 30% of the UK adult population each year. There is quite substantial evidence to suggest that curcumin can help with sciatica and herniated discs. Just another amazing demonstration of the power of using natural ingredients to improve health and well being.