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Coconut, Olive, and Grapeseed oils for removing makeup or sometimes moisturizing. Honey as a facial and hair mask (mixed with aloe gel on my hair), lemon juice to lighten hair as a teen.

Egg whites, lemon, vinegar, honey, cucumber, tomato. I mistankenly used white vinegar once, and it over-dried my face; learn from my mistakes, kids. :,(

I use various oils as moisturizers and I’ve used stuff like eggs, yogurt, milk, avocados, honey, sugar, bananas, oatmeal, lemons, papaya, baking soda for face/hair masks and scrubs/exfoliants.

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Superfine sugar and 1 drop of vanilla extract in almond or walnut oil as lip exfoliant. My go-to forever. A cup of powdered milk in my bath a lot, In addition to bubble bath, I buy the biggest box. Wet teabags on my eyes when I have allergy attack, it depuffs them. I did an egg white mask, a honey mask and avocado mayo treatment on my hair…once each. Yuk. But I love Korres Greek Yogurt Sleeping Facial, yummy smell.

Oils for hair
Honey, oatmeal & yoghurt for face (not at the same time)
Did the milk & gelatin trick as a Biore duplicate (it really works!!!)

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I use olive oil on my very damaged, frizzy hair before applying silicone-based hair serum. It does weigh my hair down a bit, but that’s helpful in my case.

I use coconut oil as a deep conditioning treatment and also as an eye makeup remover. I use apple cider vinegar to clarify my hair a few times a month. I also use baking soda mixed with shampoo when my hair feels greasy and full of product build-up. For a face mask, I use oats mixed with a little bit of water. It is great for soothing inflamed skin!

Honey face mask twice a week, yoghurt and brown sugar mask (sugar let to disolve) one a week. Coconut&olive oil mask every two washes.

Oats! oats oats oats, what a miracle they are. I like to soak them with lavender buds and honey in a bowl of warm water and scrub/bathe hands in the concoction before I do my nails. also wrap some oats up in gauze and float it in the bath tub for suuuuper luxuriously smooth skin! oats are such an amazing, natural moisturizer.

I use coconut oil in my hair once a month, avocado oil on my face every night, I scrub my lips with a mix of vegetable oil honey and sugar and sometimes I do a honey or apple cider vinegar rinse for my hair.

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