5 Ingredients for Skincare Found in your Kitchen

We value ingredient quality. One of the best tests to see if an ingredient is actually good for you or not is to think about whether or not you’d eat it. It sounds a little weird, but think about it! Why would you put something on your skin that you wouldn’t let yourself eat? Ingredients don’t have to be complex - some of the most beneficial natural skin care ingredients can be found right in your kitchen or in the organic produce aisle!

Coconut Oil

Popular in baking as a replacement for butter or oil, coconut oil has many health benefits. You might’ve heard people using it for oil-pulling or deodorant. But did you know about its skin benefits?

Coconut oil helps your skin lock in moisture to keep your skin from getting dry! It also does a fantastic job at reducing inflammation and calming your skin down. Furthermore, the medium-chain fatty acids in coconut oil have antimicrobial properties that can help protect the skin against harmful microorganisms. 


Ever heard of aloe vera gel for soothing a sunburn? This ingredient doesn’t just need to be used in dire circumstances! Aloe can be used for reducing fine lines and wrinkles even if your skin hasn’t seen the sun in a few days. Aloe does this incredible thing where it helps your skin’s cells turnover quicker, which leads to faster restoration and makes your skin look super rejuvenated!

Sea Salt

Sea salt is full of minerals, and many of them are super beneficial for your skin’s health! One of these is magnesium, which helps get rid of dead skin by gently exfoliating and sloughing off the unnecessary parts. Sea salt is also super relaxing when mixed with warm water. Next time you take a bath, let some Bath Sea Salts dissolve in the hot water before stepping in to give yourself some TLC!


More than just the vibrant ingredient that goes into the ever-popular golden milk, turmeric has incredible skin benefits when used topically. Turmeric helps contribute to a natural glow with its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and it can help soothe wounds quicker with its ability to affect collagen in the skin 


Who doesn't love a bit of lemon in their water? Lemons have a high pH level, which helps break down dead skin cells and prevents the buildup that could lead to breakouts. It also helps your body build collagen, which naturally decreases with age and creates more wrinkles and fine lines.

Lemon can be too strong for some skin types, but its lightening properties may help with age spots. It’s highly recommended not to put permanent (anything that can’t be washed off) skincare products with lemon essential oil on the skin as they are photosensitive - meaning they absorb UV light, initiating a reaction. This can lead to redness, discoloration, or blistering.

So there you have it! Just a few popular skin care ingredients that simultaneously are found in your kitchen! The root of health and skin care is to keep things basic and clean, and a good way to start is to look at the complexity of the ingredients in your skin care. While salicylic and hyaluronic acid are great for keeping your skin healthy, they’re best as complements to earth-made ingredients!

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