E for ‘egg’ stays right . So lets start with benefits of using egg in skincare. Eggs provide a good dose of nourishment to skin since they are protein packed. It is not wrong to call them as super foods. Hydration and elasticity to skin is provided by eggs since they are rich in lutin. They also play a big role in repairing skin tissues and making skin firm since they are protein rich.
Eggs help in improving the texture be it dry or oily skin. The protein rich yolk aids in moisturizing whereas the white that is rich in albumin helps in reducing open pores.
Eggs help in regulating oil production thereby also removing dead skin cells so they’re good ingredients for exfoliation.
1.DIY to reduce open pores
Take two egg whites, beat and mix with one tablespoon of lemon juice. Apply on to areas where pores are visible. Once it dries wash off with lukewarm water.
2.DIY for glowing skin
Take two eggs, add yogurt and beat. Apply this mask on to face and neck.
Wash off after it dries for discover glowing skin.
3.DIY for dry skin
Take one egg and mix in half a tablespoon of honey. Apply on to face and neck.
Wash off after it dries for discover hydrated skin.
4.DIY to reduce eye bags
Egg whites are known to bring in firmness to skin. Take two beaten egg whites and apply the paste beneath the eyes. Wash off after ten minutes.
5 DIY for skin lightening
Take one egg white mix with one teaspoon of orange juice and half a teaspoon of turmeric. Apply onto face and neck. Wash off once it dries.
6.DIY for sensitive skin
Take one egg white, mix with a teaspoon of honey, yogurt and cucumber juice. Apply on to face and neck. Wash with lukewarm water.
7. DIY anti ageing eye mask
Mix one egg white with grated carrot and a teaspoon of aloe vera gel. Apply under the eyes and around. Do not apply on to eyelids.
8.DIY to remove black heads
Apply beaten egg white on to nose. Take a strip of paper towel and place over the area. Apply one more layer of egg white. Leave it to dry for about 30 minutes. Peel off.
When using masks containing egg whites make sure you do not put them into eyes and mouth. Eggs have salmonella which could cause an infection.
Originally native to australia eucalyptus is now grown all over the world. The eucalyptus oil is derived from the tree’s oval shaped leaves.
An ingredient that cannot be directly applied on to skkin but can be found in many of personal care products. It’s uses in skincare would mostly include healing of skin.
Soothes insect bites
A natural anti septic ingredient, eucalyptus helps in healing of bug bites,cuts and burns. The additional anti microbial property helps in prevention of new germ infestation. Makes an easy application too. Just dab a cotton ball in 2-3 drops of oil and apply on the affected area.
Heals cuts and scrapes
Eucalyptus oil helps make an easy anti-septic spray. Be it a cut or a burn you can now make your very own anti-septic spray at the comfort of your home. Combine 10-12 drops of eucalyptus essential oil to two cups of water and store in a spray bottle. Tada!! so easy isn’t it.
Sunburns are really painful and irritating. A refreshing spray that helps heal the burns and also makes your skin fresh is what everyone needs. The pain relieving properties and anti inflammatory properties help in healing sunburns. Combine two ounces of water, a teaspoon of aloe vera gel and 2-3 drops of eucalyptus oil and your spray to heal sunburns and to deal with a hot day is ready.
Eucalyptus is usually diluted with a carrier oil when making lotions, moisturizers. Eucalyptus also finds its place in soaps, shower gels and handwashes because of its ability to soothe the skin and heal.
DIY SHOWER SPRAY
Mix 15-20 drops of eucalytus oil( 2 caps) to 4 ounces of distilled water and store in spray bottle. This makes a great rejuvenating shower spray. Make sure you store this only in glass bottles since eucalyptus is known to break plastics. This shower sure does calm down the muscles and gives a relaxed effect to the whole body and mind.
This post is written as part of Blogchatter’s A2Z challenge.
17 Replies to “E’s which help in skincare”
Thanks for that diy on eyes bags. Really going to help me. I love the idea of shower spray too. So much to learn from your series.
Thank you for such an informative post
Eggs have collagen too. I have been using egg white as a face mask for years now. I didnt know the uses of eucalyptus..thank you for sharing.
I love Eucalyptus oil; and use it in water for bathing, even massaging during cough or cold, as an antiseptic too. I love its smell a lot as compared to the smell of eggs. But agree egg is a super food in itself. Thanks for sharing the DIY’s they are helpful.
You nailed it girl, I have been using egg on my face and hair for as long as I can remember though your post gave me more vital insights
I remember my mom using eggs back when i was a kid… havent ever used it myself. I think my limit stops at coffee grounds 🙂
You should check out D as well.may be that would not shock you 😀
Wow loved all ideas. I had heard a lot about use of eggs in skin care but did not try it for myself. also, like the DIY shower spray recipe. will try it for sure.
I have used egg for nourishing my hair but never tried it on skin. I think I will give it a try. Eucalyptus oil had lot of benefits thanks for sharing.
Please do try and let me know
Great info! I have been using eggs for my hairs since childhood. I also applied egg whites for the face but couldn’t maintain continuity on it, seems it has benefited more than I know. Similarly, Eucalyptus oil is always there in my drawer to soothe the days of cough cold.
Eggs are good for skin and hair, this post has some useful tips. The Eucalyptus benefits are new to me!
Thanks for stopping by
Eucalyptus is a great antiseptic against cough and cold too. Thanks for this informative article
Loved these tips specially the diy with eggs for eye bags and anti ageing . Never knew about use of Eucalyptus.
I am going to bookmark your website because I can’t point out which is good tip and bad tip. Every single post carries such beautiful information. Had no idea about eucalyptus.
I use egg white for hair. they make hair look shiney! never tried for skin. would like to try for sure