Showing posts from November, 2013

Winter Care: Natural Remedies for Dry Skin

The onset of winters also brings uncomfortable dryness to the skin of the face, hands and feet. For some people, the problem may be worst and may result in flaking, cracking, and sometimes eczema!  Try these simple natural remedies to combat skin dryness, especially during winters- Mix equal amounts of glycerin, lemon juice and rose water and store in a glass bottle. To combat dryness, apply this regularly before retiring to bed. Add dry orange peel powder to yoghurt to make it into a paste. Apply the paste on the skin for a moisturized and glowing skin. Mix some saffron to two tsp of milk cream and leave it overnight. Use the mixture to massage your face and neck. This remedy would help you to combat winter dryness. Mix equal amounts of milk cream with almond oil and massage your skin with the same. This remedy is helpful to fight skin dryness during winters. Mash a banana and to it, add a tsp of honey. Apply this paste over face and neck for 20min to moisturize your skin. For chapped

Natural home remedies for prevention of Gray hair on men's Beard & Scalp - 2

. 2. Aloe Vera, Cow butter Add 1 teaspoon of pure cow butter in 1 tablespoon of fresh aloe Vera juice or gel. Gently massage your scalp and beard in circular and upward motion for 5-10 minutes, leave it for more 10-15 minutes and then rinse off with normal water. 3. Olive oil, Cow butter Mix 1 teaspoon pure cow butter with half teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil. Message your hair with this mixture for 5-10 minutes and wash off after 30-35 minutes. Follow this remedy once or twice a day on regular basis. 4. Iron rich food Deficiency of particular vitamins & mineral such as iron my cause problems like anemia and premature graying of hair. Regular consumption of food rich in iron stops, prevents & helps reverse the process of graying hair.   Food rich in iron chicken, red meat, liver, egg yolks, tofu, molasses, brussels sprouts, raisins, dried peaches, oatmeal, lentils, pumpkin seeds, soybeans, arugula, pinto beans, collard greens, dried thyme, sesame butter (tahini), brown rice