kitchen-based alternatives for DIY

22 key Ingredients || Kitchen-based alternatives for DIY Self care that works!

Helloooo! Welcome to my blog especially for the new readers 🙂

This is a really quick and short post. I think it is my shortest post yet. At the beginning of this month i kind of resolved to reduce the length of my posts to a maximum of 500 words. Because really, we are all to busy to be reading long write ups.

I know some of you just scroll really quickly …lol..its fine. I do that too. But the truth is that i love when i visit other blogs and the post is just short and straight to the point. Speaking of which, i will just get straight to the point already!!!!

Many of you don’t know but incase you ever wondered, I did train as a professional make up artist, but i have never really gotten to take it up big time. i wonder if i will, considering how everyone is now a make-up artist. No pun intended!

Anyway it is important to know that, no matter how sophisticated your products are, there is no good  makeup without good base – which is your skin of course. So, skincare is most important than expensive makeup.

Right now, I am working towards making enough money to afford the luxury life. Seeing that i love to be hands-on i enjoy experimenting with my self care and Almighty Google has been so helpful too. If you have been here long enough too you will remember me talking about losing my edges and I shared my beginners’ guide to hair care and growing edges. You can check it out here.

I have been enjoying my me time doing lots of DIY projects especially for my face and hair. Not only is it fun, it is safer, natural and pocket friendly. I once read that whatever you cannot ingest orally is likely not good for your skin/external body. In this post I am sharing those healthy replacements for ingredients in packaged products. These are your kitchen-based alternatives for DIY and are 100% safe

  1. ACV – Apple cider Vinegar
  2. Honey
  3. Tumeric/ Cinnamon/Saffron
  4. Lime
  5. Baking soda
  6. Milk
  7. Coconut oil
  8. Eggs
  9. Ginger
  10. Garlic
  11. Onions
  12. Olive Oil
  13. Coffee
  14. Aloe Vera
  15. Moringa
  16. Shea butter
  17. Sugar
  18. Oats
  19. Salt
  20. Cucumber
  21. Tomato
  22. Potatoes 

If you have these in your kitchen then you are ready for my future posts and other DIY routines may stumble upon. If you don’t have them you should plan to because I know you will want to get into the whole fun immediately and I won’t like you to feel left out or procrastinate because you were not quite ready. That actually happened to me…lol

Are you a fellow DIY queen? Are your kitchen favorites missing in this list? Please share in the comments section

How is your week going? Don’t forget to show someone love today.

Till I see you again… Live your best life today ♥

Ijeoma..xoxo

Do something everyday that is loving toward your body and gives you the oppurtunity to enjoy the sensations of your body – Golda Poretsky

 

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4 Comments

    1. Author

      Hehe!! Somebody’s hands are itching already. Stay tuned….Great to know we will be having fun together.

  1. I believe in that saying that what you can’t ingest isn’t good for your skin. I am comfortable when I mix my own body lotion with coconut oil and other naturals.

    Curious about what could be done with potatoes.

    Lovely blog, IJ.Thanks for visiting mine!

    1. Author

      Thank you Precious stoping by and leaving such nice comment. Stay tuned i will be sharing all soon

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