The makeup setting spray that you created on your own, tot only holds the skin feel beautiful and smooth every day, but it also supports the skin in a variety of ways and it is not costly at all.
The Homemade makeup spray we’ve selected is made from the essential oil of your choosing, witch hazel, vegetable glycerine, and rose water. The best thing about it is that it is suitable for all skin types and particularly beneficial for those who have oily skin.
While sprays for making – upsetting have been on the beauty market for years, people remain confused about how and when to use them. And others are simply not bothering to use them at all! We’re here to
a) help you and
b) change your life – your makeup will look a lot better. Trust.
The thing you’ll need:
- Witch hazel, optional – 1 tablespoon
- Vegetable glycerin – 1 tablespoon
- The essential oil of your choice – 8/10 drops
- Rosewater or distilled water – ½ cup
Preparation and Use:
Pour the distilled or rose water into a glass and add 1 tablespoon of hazel (optional) and 1 tablespoon of vegetable glycerin. Then, add 8-10 drops of essential oil of your choosing:
Lavender is recommended for mature skin.
Frankincense essential oil is excellent for normal skin.
Myrrh essential oil is good for dry skin.
Jasmine essential oil rejuvenates the skin.
Tea tree oil is a great choice for acne-prone skin.
Finally, mix the ingredients well and pour the mixture into a spray bottle. Store it for 3-4 months and make sure you shake the bottle before you use it.
A light spray is enough and it’s best to spray from about 18-24 inches away from the face. The spray will dry naturally- don’t pat it dry.
Adding with hazel to the recipe is optional, but it is recommended for people with oily skin.
If you don’t want to use rose water, opt for distilled water. However, never use normal water in the recipe – it can grow bacteria.
Natural care for the skin
Before you use makeup, what you do with your skin is just as necessary as the makeup you use, and there are some wonderful natural skincare choices. I love the method of oil cleaning that leaves the skin soft and smooth with natural oils to stabilize the skin. Typically, I keep the oil cleansing method at night and wash my face with raw honey if necessary in the morning. Natural sugar scrub or natural baking soda could be used to make the skin appear younger.
I firmly believe that what you put in your body is just as important, if not more important, than what you put on it when it comes to the health of your skin. I used to have terrible acne and since my diet (removing dairy) and supplements changed, I didn’t break out at all and my previous scars healed.
The supplements that seemed to produce the greatest difference for me in skin health are:
Fermented Cod liver oil–Vitamins A, D, and K, Omega-3s, and Antioxidants, all great for the skin. Gelatin–a collagen precursor that has made my hair, skin, and nails significantly stronger and smoother (also great for cellulite).
Magnesium–An anti-inflammatory and inadequate diet for many people. Magnesium Oil appears to be the most effective for the health of the skin.
Homemade choice: I haven’t used mascara on most days, but it’s simple to create when I want a natural alternative. In a tiny cup, I add a few falls of Aloe Vera Gel from Mountain Rose Plants, a few falls of vitamin E oil, and a tablespoon of activated charcoal (not very accurate … I know). I mix it up as I use it, but you can also make it and store it in an old mascara container or in a small jar and just clean the mascara wall between uses. I brush it with a clean brush of mascara.
Bronzer / Blush Natural
The Easiest Homemade Option: Similar to the above, it is simple to produce natural bronze and blush with an arrowroot base and put more cocoa powder and cinnamon to provide a darker hue. I’ve even used dried beetroot powder (in the dehydrator) or dried hibiscus flowers to provide a pink color that works as long as you can powder them quite thinly. Store in an old compact or shaker makes – up the container. Use zinc oxide powder (non-nano and uncoated) as a base for a slightly more customizable and longer-lasting homemade option and add cocoa powder and red or pink-hued mica powder to bring the color you want.
Sources & References: lifeofstones.com