Lets GO Green!

Lets GO Green!

“Nature listens, Nature heals”

Mother nature at its best. Want to have an ultimate treatment? Well, I present to you a 10 greens that’ll help you feel refreshed!

  1. Green Tea

healthy green tea cup with tea leaves

Green tea is packed with two beauty essentials: antioxidants and caffeine. Just steep a cup of green tea and store in the fridge to make a daily spritz that’ll help get rid of pores.

     2. Cucumber


Yes, I know; the old cucumber trick. But if you have eye bags after a long night out, then the cucumber eye mask is the trick. This vegetable contains antioxidants and flavinoids that decrease irritation naturally. Just slice one up, sit back, relax, and let the cucumber work its magic.

     3. Olive Oil


Olive oil is not just for cooking. It has tons of tricks under its sleeves. This condiment can also be used as a quick moisturizing cuticle fix.

     4. Kiwi


Want to get a brighter complexion in minutes? Prepare a tropical exfoliating mask with kiwi. The kiwi contains alpha hydroxy acids, vitamin A, and vitamin C, which slough away dull skin. Puree the fruit into a pulp, then mix with yogurt and coconut oil to create an exfoliating treatment.

     5. Green Apple


“An apple a day, keeps the doctors away.” Apple cider vinegar is an essential in the kitchen and the bathroom cupboard. A concoction of one-fourth ACV and three-fourths water will add shine to hair by removing any residual product buildup. Pour the mixture over your hair after shampooing, massage it into your scalp, and then rinse it out. You can also leave the vinegar in under your regular conditioning treatment for an added boost.

     6. Green Grapes


Great for making wine also great for the skin. You can create a treatment by mixing honey, grapes, and yogurt. Plus, the acidity helps combat oily skin.

     7. Lime


The famous cocktail garnish. If you think that slice will be wasted, well think again because this can also be a wonderful kicker to your beauty routine. Mix together a body scrub of coarse sugar, olive oil, and lime pulp for a DIY that mixes chemical and physical exfoliants.

     8. Honeydew Melon


A good and healthy alternative for a cloth face mask is melon. Yup, melon is just packed with antioxidants like vitamin C. Just slice honeydew very thinly and apply to your face for a 20-minute at-home spa treatment.

     9. Mint


If ever a pimple pops up, just crush up a few mint leaves and mix with rose water to create a paste. Apply it to the affected area for 10 minutes and rinse it out. The menthol naturally contained in this herb helps reduce inflammation and redness.

     10. Avocado


Avocado recipe for your hair. Make a mask using half an avocado, one egg yolk, a teaspoon of honey, and a tablespoon of olive oil to strengthen weak hair. Leave on for five to 30 minutes under a shower cap. The omega-3 fatty acids in avocado are just as good for your strands as they are for you health.