A high-quality night cream can do wonders for your skin’s health and elasticity. But the commercial ones—especially those made for sensitive skin—can cost a bundle. So instead of forking over big bucks, march right into your kitchen and follow this five-step procedure:
Store the cream in a plastic jar in the fridge, where it will keep for up to six days. Use it every night before you go to bed, and within a week or so, you should see softer, suppler skin.
*You can buy rose water in health-food stores and herb shops and (of course) on the Internet.
But that’s not all apples can do to keep you looking your very best. If your once-gleaming tresses are starting to lose their shine, it’s time for a dose of this Apple Hair Rinse. It’ll help restore your scalp’s normal pH level and remove built-up residue from hair sprays and gels.
|Put 1 large peeled, cored, and sliced apple, 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar (if you have very dry hair or a sensitive scalp, use only 1 tablespoon), and 2 cups of water in a blender or food processor and liquefy. Strain the mixture into a clean container. After shampooing, pour the rinse over your hair. Work it into your hair well, and rinse thoroughly with cool water.|
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