Whipping up a scrub with baking soda or sugar is a great way to brighten your complexion by removing dead cells. (Just be gentle!)
And while they aren’t necessarily less expensive than store-bought, masks made with avocado, honey, and yogurt are nice for a hydration fix. I’m skeptical, however, of DIY (do-it-yourself) potions with an anti-aging promise. It’s very difficult to formulate a product that actually sinks deep enough into your epidermis to boost collagen and elastin production, the process that smooths fine lines and wrinkles. Essentially, it’s a task that’s beyond your blender.
(Ellen Miller – Better Homes and Gardens Fashion and Beauty Director)
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