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Rub Anise On Your Skin to Fade Your Facial Wrinkles

Despite being inevitable, aging is not easy to accept. As your body becomes older, it becomes more and more obvious in your face that you are aging, especially by forming wrinkles. While not harmful, wrinkles are a major cosmetic issue for many women. At the first fear of aging, many women look to expensive cosmetics …

How to get rid of back acne naturally

How to get rid of back acne naturally

How to get rid of back acne naturally? Acne is one of the most common skin problems. In this video we will talk about 5 best home remedies to get rid of acne. 1. Tea tree oil. Tea tree oil is an essential oil that fights bacteria and reduce skin inflammation. It significantly improves back …

Vitamin E For Acne Scars

It is known that vitamin E and skin care go hand in hand. Vitamin E, for years together, has been known to improve and heal skin texture. Found in almost all skin ointments, gels and oils, vitamin E is an excellent antioxidant that prevents damage to the skin cells. Although it is said to treat …

HOW To CURE Pimples And Acne | DIY Beetroot Scrub

This DIY beetroot scrub has managed to deliver good results in treating acne. You need: Tea tree oil Aloe vera gel Boiled beetroot (one piece or quarter beetroot) An empty bowl A fork and a teaspoon Watch the video till the end, subscribe to the channel to get more recipes and tips. Step one: Take …

Mix Lemon Juice and Olive Oil for Amazing Benefits

Mix Lemon Juice and Olive Oil for Amazing Benefits

We are always on the look out for all-natural alternatives to over-the-counter or prescription medication. It seems that we found one in lemon juice and olive oil. In today’s video, we will discuss the health benefits of mixing the two. While you’re not going to cure major diseases when drinking olive oil and lemon juice, …

7 Surprising Uses for Aspirin

7 Surprising Uses for Aspirin

One thing that is found in almost every single first-aid kit is aspirin. Aspirin is a common pain reliever. Medical providers call it a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, or a NSAID drug. That is because while being a pain reliever, it also reduces swelling and lowers fevers. Aspirin has many other uses besides using in the …