Masks - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Oatmeal Mask

5.0
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3 days ago

My skin loves this! The "gel" created by oats is so healing and protective, and it leaves my skin hydrated and radiant. It helps heal acne, eczema, and irritated skin like nothing else, and since it contains no preservatives or fragrance it doesn't have anything in it that can irritate my super sensitive skin. Can definitely see myself using (and recommending) this mask for the …Read more

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Treatments (Face) - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Oatmeal Water

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3 days ago

I have been using a DIY oatmeal water for several years now to treat eczema, acne, and irritated skin on my face and hands. I make my own oat flour using bulk organic instant oats in a clean coffee grinder, as this allows me to not only avoid unnecessary packaging (zero waste!) but also preservatives which are irritating to my sensitive skin. When I am experiencing eczema, I whisk a tsp of the …Read more

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Hair Color - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Vitamin C Hair Color Remover

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3 days ago

Absolutely works. My sister had bleached her hair and the hair pulled very yellow-orangey. She then used a toner, which ended up way too grey. I crushed 20 Vitamin C tablets in regular shampoo, added a little dish washing liquid (for extra stripping qualities), massaged into hair, let sit under a shower cap, checked every 20 minutes. After an hour, most of the grey had lifted. After she rinsed …Read more

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Treatments - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Biotin (All brands)

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13 days ago

i started taking biotin two years ago because the thick, curly hair i had had all my life was no longer quite as thick (and no longer grew as long) once i hit 30. also, i had read that biotin could help repair my nails from the havoc wrought by bimonthly gel manicures.

i started out using the 5000 mcg capsules, used the 10,000 mcg for a while, and have since reverted back to 5000. since …
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Treatments (Face) - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Spearmint Tea for Acne

4.0
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20 days ago

I wanted to wait at least two months and two menstrual cycles before writing this review. I have had hormonal acne since as long as I can remember. I have tried everything from oil cleansing, dermabrasion, cutting out dairy, tea tree oils, apple cider vinegar, changing out my pillowcases weekly, spironolactone, retin a you name it! Nothing has worked except spiro and I wanted to ween myself off …Read more

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Masks - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Rice Flour Mask

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1 month ago

I am on a 3 week trial using only this mask to exfoliate my skin,and i must say i am very happy with the condition of my skin now. Two major difference is how glowing my skin looks now and how soft it is.I am truly surprised as to how much of difference such a simple and cheap ingredient makes.
The way i use it is just by simply adding some water to the rice flour,forming almost a watery …

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Skincare - Face - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Rosehip Seed Oil

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1 month ago

I love this stuff. I get it from Acure Organics but I imagine any quality brand would be fine. I use it at night as a moisturizer it’s not too oily and absorbs into the skin nicely. My skin looks clearer, brighter and healthier when I use it. I didn’t take it with me on a trip once and I could definitely tell the difference without it. When I started using it consistently again my skin just …Read more

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Hair Treatments - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Egg Bomb

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1 month ago

I was skeptical about this, but saw enough good reviews for it that I decided to give it a go. And I'm glad I did! My hair is super damaged from bleaching and coloring, and I use expensive hair masks already. I'm not sure if this is any better or worse than a store-bought hair mask, but it sure is a lot cheaper. Some of those run me $20 a pop! This costs pennies.

I used the …
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Moisturizers - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Argan Oil

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2 months ago

Argan oil has been good to my 3c/4a hair. I mix with jojoba most of the time but it moisturizes better than most leave-ins, and doesn’t leave my hair too greasy, especially compared to other natural options. I stopped using conditioner and just apply a half dropper to my hair after showering. I usually wear my hair in a protective style so I haven’t had to really style with it - I would want …Read more

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Masks - No Brand (DIY or homemade) - Yogurt Mask

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2 months ago

I actually don't use yogurt, I use sour cream, but there isn't a listing for a sour cream mask so I thought I'd go ahead and add my 2 cents here. I never have plain yogurt in the house and when I first started looking at lactic acid for a mask, I would buy a small plain yogurt and it would go bad, and I would have to go and buy another for the two teaspoons I would be using as my …Read more

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