Jennifer Lopez is the infamous ambassador of glowing skin. Every time she steps out, her skin shimmers at the slightest hint of light. As such, every lady aspires to have glowing skin. Achieving this is easy and cost effective through the use of homemade polish treatments which you can easily prepare from your kitchen. These treatments help remove dead skin cells to give your skin a fresh radiant look and from the comfort of your home.

Tomatoes: Tomatoes have a cooling element about them that helps remove raw skin. It also helps reduce the amount of excess oil to brighten your skin. Take some tomatoes and squeeze the juice. Mix it with some honey. Apply it to your skin and leave it on for 15minutes rinsing thoroughly moisturize thereafter.

Yogurt Honey Mask: Take teaspoon of honey and mix it with some yoghurt. Apply it to your face and leave it for 15 minutes. Rinse followed by moisturize.

Baking Powder Polish: This works as an exfoliator for your skin. Mix the baking powder with water. Then, gently massage it through your face and wash it off after 5 minutes. When you exfoliate daily it will leave your skin fresh with a glow.

Herbal Skin Polish: This makes your skin glow and gives a soothing effect on your face. With a mixture of ½ tablespoon of lemon juice, ½ tablespoon honey, a pinch of turmeric powder and 1 teaspoon of basil apply on your face for a duration of 15 minutes and the wash it off without soap. Apply this twice a week to achieve a glow.

Citrus Sea Salt Polish: This polish includes a mix of 4 tablespoons of olive oil; for moisturizing, ½ a cup of sea salt (which helps exfoliate your skin), 3 drops of lemon essential and 5 drops of orange essential. Rub this mixture on your skin in circles. After leaving it for awhile rinse the scrub off with clear water and dry to moisturize your skin

Next time you are stepping, make sure your skin emits a natural glow.


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  • thank u suzie.ur a diva

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