Amazing Ways To Use Honey To Get Gorgeous Hair, Skin And Nails

Honey has tons of skin and hair care benefits. Honey is excellent remedy to fight against bacteria and aging. Honey is loaded with nutrients, healing component and antioxidant.


Pore cleanser: – Take a tsp of honey and 2 tsp of coconut oil. Mix it and apply it on your skin. Give gentle massage and avoid your eye area. Rinse it with tepid water. It helps to prevent bacterial buildup that can lead to breakout.

Moisturizing mask: – Honey is natural humectants that are good to draws moisturizer from the surrounding air. It keeps your skin long-lasting hydration. Directly apply raw honey on your skin. Let it sit for 20 minutes then rinse it.

Scar fader: – Mix raw honey with coconut oil or olive oil and apply it on your affected area. Now place a warm washcloth over your skin and let it sit until cool. Repeat this process twice in a day.

Bath soak: – Honey has antioxidants property that helps to protect your skin from damages.  Mix 3 tsp of honey with a cup of hot water. Now add this solution into your bathtub and soak your body for 20 minutes. You will get smooth and well-repaired skin.

 Hair conditioner: – Take 1:2 ratios of raw honey and olive oil. Mix it and apply it on your hair. Pay more attention at the ends of your hair. Leave it for 30 minutes then rinse it.

Cuticle moisturizer: – Raw honey loaded with enzymes and nutrients to nourish and heal your skin. Take 1:1:1 ratio of apple cider vinegar, honey and olive oil. Mix it and rub over each cuticle. Let it sit for 15 minutes then rinse it. You will get shiny nails.

Sunburn treatment: – Honey restores hydration to the deepest layers of your skin. Take 1:2 ratios of honey and aloe vera gel. Mix it and apply it on your affected area. It has anti-inflammatory property to calm sun burned skin and aid recovery.

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