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Keeping your skin gorgeous doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. With the help of a few ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen, you can easily replicate some of the most popular prettifying and pampering products available in the market. Check them out below!


1. Moisturizer = Olive Oil
Pour olive oil into a spray top bottle. Spray into palm and apply to dry areas.

2. Sweet Lip Scrub = Coconut Oil and Sugar
Mix one tablespoon coconut oil and one tablespoon of sugar together, but do it gently. The sugar should not dissolve. Scrub gently over your lips, then wipe the excess off.

3. Pore Cleansing Mask = Milk and Gelatine
Mix one tablespoon of gelatine with one tablespoon of milk. Heat it inside the microwave for 15 seconds. Apply all over your face, and wait for it to dry just like a regular mask, after which, you can just peel away!

4. Caffeinated Body Scrub = Coconut Oil, Honey, and Ground Coffee
On very low heat, melt one cup of coconut oil in a pan. Mix in one tablespoon of honey and add a half cup of espresso ground coffee. Stir until slightly warm. Lather on and rinse off.

Need a step-by-step guide? Check out the video for pointers!

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