DIY Beauty Treatments

I don’t know about y’all but my skin is MAD at me right now. She does not love wearing a face mask all the time. These super natural, super easy diy beauty treatments are just the treat we need right now. So grab your bestie, whip out your mixing bowls, and get ready to glow.

Photo credit: Lydia Brooks

Coffee Face Mask

We all know what it’s like to indulge in those extra salty extra delicious french fries after a night out. So good at the moment but my face is so puffy the next morning. Do we stop eating the fries? Hell no!!! We use this delicious depuffing face mask to wake us up and get us looking good as new.

½ cup ground coffee beans

1 tsp honey

1 tbsp almond milk

Mix together. Smooth that baby on. Leave on for 20 mins. Rinse off. Moisturize. Feel that glow.

Photo credit: Lydia Brooks

Olive Oil Lip Scrub

We’re basically recreating the lush lip scrub but without preservatives and dyes. #clean. We’re using brown sugar instead of white granulated sugar because brown sugar is finer in texture and will be gentler on our precious lippies. Olive oil will simultaneously moisturize while the brown sugar exfoliates.

1 tsp brown sugar

½ tsp olive oil

Mix together. Scrub away.

Photo credit: Lydia Brooks

Coconut Oil Hair Mask

By now we all know the wonders coconut oil can do. Coconut oil on its own is great for moisturizing your hair. But, we’re adding just a few drops of tea tree oil to take it up a notch. Tea tree oil has numerous antimicrobial and antiseptic properties. Which basically means that adding this into your coconut oil hair mask will help remove build-up in our hair that accumulates overtime from product and natural oil production. Which in turn will help reduce oil throughout the day, as well as stimulate hair growth. And, I mean, who doesn’t want luscious, build-up free hair?

¼ cup coconut oil

1 tsp tea tree oil

Mix together. Start by applying directly on the scalp, then work your way to the ends of your hair. Leave on for at least 20 minutes (longer if you want!). Shampoo out and condition.

*disclaimer- it might take you a couple of shampoos to get the oil completely out of your hair but trust me, it’s worth it.

Photo credit: Lydia Brooks
Lydia Brooks

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