01/5Use these kitchen ingredients in your skincare routine

Use these kitchen ingredients in your skincare routine

Just because you're stuck at home doesn't mean you can't opt for a fun facial session or for some hair spa. But of course, you can't possibly step out at this time only to go get skincare ingredients. So, what do you do? Use the ingredients you already have! That's right, did you know that so many of your kitchen ingredients can come in handy when you want to opt for a skincare session? And as bizarre as it might seem, these ingredients really do work. So, if you want to opt for a skincare sesh, here are some kitchen ingredients that will come in handy.


02/5Lemon juice

Lemon juice

A lot of us end up with cooking stains on our nails due to the ingredients we use. And if you don't have acetone at home, you can always just use lemon juice instead. All you need to do is rub some lemon juice in your nails and let it sit for a good 15 minutes. Then rinse it off and moisturise your hands afterwards.


03/5Cooking spray

Cooking spray

You might be wondering what in the world could cooking spray be used for other than, well cooking. Turns out, cooking spray can work wonders in helping your nail polish set. All you have to do is spritz on some cooking spray on your nails after you're done putting on your nail paint and it'll help make it dry much faster while also moisturising your cuticles.


04/5Cooking oil

Cooking oil

Put a stop to all those hair serums and creams and mousse for a while. The only mousse you should opt for is the one you can eat. Give your hair a break. Instead, opt for cooking oil to help moisturise your hair. Just apply it on your hair and scalp after you're done shampooing and leave it on for about 15 minutes (wrap your hair in a towel). Then rinse your hair with lukewarm water and you'll see just how beautifully your hair is shining.


05/5Baking soda

Baking soda

Baking soda works wonders as a facial scrub. It can help gently exfoliate your skin to give it a beautiful glow. Just mix some baking soda with some water to make a paste. Apply this paste to your skin and rub it gently in circular motions. Leave it on for another 10 minutes and then wash it off once done. Remember to moisturise afterwards.