Friday, October 14, 2011

How To Make Homemade Vitamin E Cream

Okay, so this is probably one of my *favorite* homemade beauty products that you can remake. Homemade Vitamin E Cream can be used for essentially any part of your body or just used as a moisturizer for your face at night. Vitamin E has SO many powerful enzymes for your skin. Actually, Vitamin E is the best vitamin for your skin. It helps heal scars, regrows skin collagen and skin cells and it actually helps form new skin cells to replace old ones. This keeps you looking healthy, younger and glowing all of the time.

What you will need:
  • 2 teaspoons plain yogurt
  • 1/2 teaspoons honey
  • 1/2 teaspoons lemon juice
  • 3 capsules vitamin E  (equivalent of 300 units)

This homemade Vitamin E Cream is so easy to make. You really don't need a lot of money or a lot of ingredients. All you need is yogurt, honey, lemon juice and of course -- Vitamin E. I recommend that anyone that wants to take care of their skin buy Vitamin E capsules and take them daily either way. However, if you really want to amp up your skin and make it glow everyday, you should try out this Vitamin E Cream.

It really doesn't matter what skin type you have or even if you just want a new homemade lotion - this is a powerful homemade beauty product that you will just love once you try it.
Many women use this to help rid and prevent stretch marks and scars. Vitamin E has a powerful enzyme to help heal skin regenerate skin cells. This means that scars won't be as noticed. Vitamin E also helps regenerate skin cells faster, helping any cracked, dry or sore skin to heal much faster.

All you need to do for this essential homemade beauty product is combines all the needed ingredients listed above into a bowl. Add your Vitamin E Capsules by hand into the mixture. (It's best to poke the capsules with a pin and squeeze the oil into the mixture.)

Stir well for 5 minutes and let the Vitamin E cream stand.
Give time to let the mixture absorb all the ingredients well first. After that, all you need to do is massage the lotion onto your skin. Let it sit on your skin for a good 20 minutes and rinse off well.

The shelf life of the homemade beauty product is about 3 to 4 days. Thanks to my buddies over at Spa Index for this homemade beauty recipe. :)

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