Quarantine Beauty Treatments

Though the quarantine is making us work on our communication skills, a lot of us are concerned about personal care. Since the salons and spas are all out of business currently, the onus falls on us to come up with DIY skin and hair care treatments which can come in handy.


Indeed this is a tough time, isolation is taking a toll in our lives, but not necessarily must it take a toll on our beauty and essential care. To think about it, this might be the ideal time for you to focus on your skincare. So here are a few remedies suggested by Jessica Dew that you can try to make your skin glow.


Homemade Face Cleanser:

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Since you cannot get the exotic packs and masks that your salon offers, why not resort to Mother Nature and the local grocery stores to substitute your daily cleansing needs? For instance, instead of a mud pack, try olive oil cleansing to nourish your skin, use Apple cider vinegar for toning and virgin coconut oil to moisturize your skin. These natural, readily available products can be your go-to savior during the quarantine.

Skin exfoliation:

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Body and face scrubs are perfect to get rid of dry skin and revive your natural glow. Thankfully, these are not only the products of big brands but can also be made using common household ingredients from the pantry like sugar, salt, oatmeal, baking soda and much more. The easiest one to make is a sugar scrub. As the name suggests, all you need is a nice fine cup of granulated sugar, a teaspoon of almond oil and 2-3 drops of any essential oil of your choice. Make a scrub like consistency and use a generous amount to pamper your skin!


Skincare masks:

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Though most of us prefer to spend a lot of money for the professional skincare masks in the spas, it's possible to get the same results, if not better at home. There are multiple ingredients available in your pantry which can brighten and tighten your face. Be it banana, lemon, or vinegar; there are multiple options to look into. While a lemon pack can help you fight the tan on your face, a soothing banana mask can hydrate your skin leaving it soft and plump.


Quarantine Makeup

Though the quarantine has restricted our movement, a lot of us are still working from home. We are not going to the office, but yes, talking on video calls has suddenly become our daily business. Thus, neither can you afford to look drab at home. The best thing to do is to keep your look simple. This can be achieved by applying just the right amount of eyeliner, a dash of mascara and a nude color lip gloss Additionally, keep your eyebrows trimmed and well-groomed.


While these are some of the handpicked tips by My style Authority to keep you glowing and beautiful all through the quarantine, we are looking forward to knowing what you are doing about your beauty regime? What homemade DIYs are you using? Do share it with us!