If You Love Being Bare Skin – Read This | AWAYION BEAUTY

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Ever been running late for an important event, with bare skin and no time to do your makeup?

What’s a girl to do?

In this post, discover 5 organic DIY beauty tips for girls who love bare skin. Because every girl should look stunning on days, she doesn’t wear makeup.

*Disclaimer: As with any health tip or beauty hack, ask your doctor first. Please see an honest licensed pro. Always do further research on what you consume. These tips are based on the scientific findings of wellness researchers. Also, the sources for this or any post does not equal a full endorsement of any their personal views by Awayion.com.***

TL:DR A quick post glance:

  1. Avocado Oils For Youthful Bare Skin
  2. Sheet Masks For Dewy Bare Skin
  3. Eggs for Pore-less Bare Skin
  4. Lemons to Detox Bare Skin
  5. Water For Clear Bare Skin

Sound fancy? Okay, ladies. Let’s start!

1. Avocado Oils For Youthful Bare Skin

You can feel confident your bare skin looks fresh and youthful by using avocado oils.

Scientific tests show avocado oils increase collagen in the skin. Can you say wrinkle reducing? Um… no old lady wrinkle face creams for you.

This oil also helps soothe and heal skin. Which is beneficial for treating skin disorders, such as psoriasis.

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2. Sheet Masks for Dewy Bare Skin

Sheet masks helps hydrate your bare skin. They are popular in Korean night-time beauty regimes.

Most makeups mimic the look of dewy skin. Meanwhile, sheet masks help hydrate your skin and are perfect if you desire to look stunning with a bare face.

Sheet masks are great to add to your night-time beauty regime. This is the lazy girl’s way of re-hydrating skin from moisture lost during sleep. Use one daily and you can wake up to fresh dewy looking skin.

3. Eggs For Pore-less Bare Skin

If you fear being in public without makeup because of your large pores, eggs can help you.

Eggs are perfect for reducing the size of your pores. To shrink your pores, create an egg-white mask by cracking 1 egg and separating the yolk from the egg-white.

Then, apply the egg-white mixture to your freshly cleaned face. Rinse your egg-white mask after 25 minutes.

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4. Lemons to Detox Bare Skin

Lemons are perfect bare skin beauty enhancers.

To boost your bare skin, combine a lemon with hot water and drink as soon as you wake up. This cleanses the inside of your body. From harsh complexion destroying toxins and waste.

Lemons are also great for skin brightening and clearing blemishes. You can say, “No MakeUp Day here I come!”

5. Water For Clear Bare Skin

Pure filtered water is your best friend for having beautiful bare skin. H20 works to flush toxins out of the skin, reducing the chance for skin problems such as the acne to appear.

To enjoy clear bare skin, combine filtered plain water with lemons. Then drink 64 ounces of this fresh water mix every day.

Major Takeaways

You now know 5 organic DIY beauty tips for girls who love bare skin.

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Werman, W. J., S. Mokady, M. E. Ntmni, and I. Neeman. "Connective Tissue Research." The Effect of Various Avocado Oils on Skin Collagen Metabolism: Connective Tissue Research: Vol 26, No 1-2. N.p., 07 July 2009. Web. 17 Jan. 2017. <http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/03008209109152159>.