8 Natural Ways To Moisturize Your Skin

If you are trying to moisturize your skin the healthiest way possible then you should ditch all the expensive creams and lotions.

Also, women who are looking into saving some money will accomplish that by purchasing all-natural and organic products!

Moisturize Your Skin The Natural Way…

During this time of the year, it’s really important to boost your collagen production and to enjoy that healthy-looking glow, as well as moisturized skin.

Believe it or not, you can achieve a bright and hydrated complexion by reaching for some of your kitchen supplies, such as the following 8 of them!

8 Natural Ways To Moisturize Your Skin

Before you jump into this article, make sure you have the following:

Must have

  • A wooden spoon (to mix the ingredients)
  • Small bowl to store your paste in


  • Honey
  • Olive oil/ Lavender oil/ Coconut oil
  • Shea butter
  • Avocados/Cucumbers
  • Aloe Vera
  • Sugar

1. Honey

Organic honey has anti-bacterial properties and it is also an effective acne treatment.

Not only that, but it also helps with clogged pores and wrinkles.

You can use it to enjoy clean but also glowy skin.

Create the ideal paste by mixing two tablespoons of raw honey with 8 tablespoons of water. T

his mixture should be applied evenly all over your face and left on for 10-15 minutes.

After that rinse it out with warm water by making gentle tapping motions.

2. Olive oil

Every household has at least one bottle of olive oil.

Thanks to its natural acids this oil is the best solution for strengthening your skin and for creating a natural barrier that will protect you from any harmful effects.

Olive oil is also very inexpensive which means that you will get your use out of it.

You will need 2 tablespoons of it along with 2 drops of some essential oil (such as lavender) on top of your skin.

You can apply it on top of the face and enjoy it for a few hours without rinsing it out.

3. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil will boost your collagen production, which is what your skin needs in order to look healthy and glowy.

Also, coconut oil is a great solution if you don’t want your skin to feel and look greasy.

Thanks to its antibacterial properties it will keep your skin looking young and wrinkle-free.

You should purchase it in a raw form, preferably go for virgin organic oil, which you can warm up in between your hands.

Once liquified rub it onto the skin in circular motions.

4. Avocado

Avocados contain vitamins A, D, and E, which can help your outer and inner layers of the skin.

Also, you can purchase avocados at any grocery store, which makes them really practical and easy to get at any given point.

You should eat a ripe avocado but then take the leftover inner side and peel it gently on your face.

This juice and the residue can sit for 15-20 minutes on top of your skin before you rinse the product out.

5. Shea butter

This butter is filled with vitamins A and F which can help women with wrinkles and visible signs of aging.

Also, it is a great solution for those who have super dry skin and hair.

Shea butter smells lovely, which makes it the ideal choice for your dry skin, hair, nails, and face.

You can purchase it in a raw form and freely and evenly spread across your skin.

6. Cucumber

Cucumbers are filled with vitamins A and E but are also packed with water and magnesium which will help with the circulation of your skin.

This vegetable also reduces wrinkles and helps with puffiness around the eye area.

Just as you’ve seen it in the movies, you can slice a small cucumber and then place it over your eyes to decrease the puffiness but to also promote smooth and healthy skin.

Leave it on for 10-20 minutes and don’t rinse out.

7. Aloe

Aloe Vera is used in many hair care, as well as skin care products, which makes it ideal for your everyday use.

It is filled with beta-carotene and vitamins C and E which help out with keeping your skin refreshed and plump.

You can purchase a pure aloe vera leaf at the store and carefully cut it out to get to the gel which is on the inside.

Take the gel and apply evenly all over your skin, but make sure it is applied in thin layers so that you don’t need to wash it out.

It’s great for relieving sunburn and preserving a tan.

8. Oil + Sugar

Lastly, you can create an olive oil and sugar scrub paste if you need exfoliation and moisture, all in one!

This paste should be made out of 1/2 cup of sugar followed up with 2 tablespoons of olive oil.

Once made, the scrub should be gently rubbed across and into your skin and then washed off. It will leave your skin cleansed and moisturized, as well as exfoliated.

This solution is ideal if you have some blackheads and larger pores.

Wrapping It Up

So there you have it.  Eight great ways to get lovely moisturized skin without breaking the bank using all-natural ingredients.

Have you got any other suggestions?  Let us know below.  We’d love to hear from you.

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