Skin Deep

April 29, 2014 2:43 PM

Skin remedies that can be whipped up in your kitchen — and cost very little

Anyone who knows me knows that I truly believe you don’t have to spend a bundle on skincare products. Many of my favorites for each and every type of skin can be found at your local drugstore or supermarket; and would you believe some of the most effective treatments can be whipped up in your own kitchen? So before you reach for that pricey scrub (or your credit card), check out these simple recipes that will do your skin good!

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