There are natural cosmetics for all purposes, to improve the quality of the skin, nourishing it and clearing it of spots and blemishes:
For the Eyes to remove tiredness and give eyes a sparkle:
For the Hair is to impart a healthy gloss, the colouring and to prevent the problem of losing hair. whilst correcting any dryness or excess greasiness.
There are are herbal preparations to make, for maintaining all parts of the body in a good condition and to give it a sense of well-being.
Plants should be used fresh wherever possible, when all their components are at their peak of efficacy, but many plants can be saved and dried to use and will retain their quality if dried and stored with care.
Health-conscious consumers are drawn to beauty products claiming to be natural, organic and fresh, reflecting the shift towards “clean label” products… According to Global Data, products created with natural formulations and that make use of ingredients that are easily recognizable on labels are considered more trustworthy or “safe” compared to conventional ones, while organic claims appeal to people wanting to avoid chemicals. ….
The trend for natural beauty products is well established across the world as growing numbers of consumers reject chemical-laden formulations in favour of alternatives perceived to be better for them and the environment. Research show’s that natural beauty trends of the future will stem from consumers’ increasingly holistic understanding of health and wellness.
Natural beauty recipe :-
FACE PACK FOR OILY SKIN.
Use the juice of 2-3 ripe tomatoes put through a sieve and mix with a small carton of natural yoghurt. Then stir into a basin of oatmeal which has been boiled with a little water for 10 minutes and allowed to cool, to make a smooth past. Apply to the face (shielding the eyes with pads) and leave for 30 minutes. Remove and rinse the face with cold water.