Natural Beauty Supplies That You Can Find In Your Kitchen

Natural Beauty Supplies That You Can Find In Your Kitchen

Paula Jones is a name you may not be familiar with, but her recipes have been featured by Southern Living Magazine, CNN, The Cooking Channel, The Washington Post, and several others. The thing about Paula’s recipes is they are not concoctions you can eat. Instead, they give you glowing skin with a natural touch!  

You can make some of your favorite beauty products in your kitchen for pennies compared to what you would normally pay at the store. Most of the ingredients are probably already in your pantry - like sugar, salt, oils, citrus, and herbs. Other than being budget-friendly, making your own products means you control what goes in the product and exactly what goes on your skin.

Here are a few examples to get you started:

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