Yoghurt For Your Face, Garlic For Your Nails
sometimes i still get surprised by the great lengths to which people would go to “perfect” their appearances. there are too many horror stories about quack doctors and plastic surgeries gone wrong that i am often left bewildered at the number of people still willing to take the risk of going under the knife (or even relying on every kind of drug that promises this and that). however i am not one to judge; we all have our preferences and perceptions about how we look and should be left free to do what we will. and if such things can make one’s life better somehow, then why not. to each her own, no?
but perhaps even more surprising for me is continually discovering more natural alternatives to achieving such improvements – like miracle oils, beauty boosting hair supplements, and every kind of beauty remedy found in your average kitchen. it’s funny how something you eat regularly can also be enjoyed as a face or hair mask, and that you can concoct something miraculous for your skin with just a simple mixture of ingredients. and yet these are practices literally from days of yore — when ladies were their own alchemists and harsh chemicals were not even close to being conceived.
i myself regularly use products ridden with such harmful ingredients and i feel quite anxious about them, honestly. like every time i swipe my face with some cream or use a shampoo chock-full of chemicals, i die a little. perhaps it’s time i give these natural alternatives a real try and change my life for the better.
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