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While dermatologists endorse plant-based facial oils as they offer major hydration, makeup artists too recommend them as they leave the skin glowing but not greasy.

From helping remove makeup to being a natural looking highlighter, facial oils have some secret uses, reports vogue.in.

Here are four benefits of facial oils:

1. Any facial oil will gently remove waterproof mascara, long wearing eye shadow and lipstick in just a few trouble free swipes.

2. Rich fatty acid oils, like argan and jojoba, that are easily absorbed by the skin are also soaked up by hair. Hair stylist Guido Palau suggests smoothing a drop over dry ends or unruly bangs to tame frizz and tackle flyaways.

3. Add oil to a cream or liquid foundation for hydration and to make it more sheer for lighter coverage.

4. After your makeup, tap a bit of oil on to cheekbones, the bridge of the nose and shoulders for a natural looking highlighter, says makeup artist Quinn Murphy. (IANS)

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Multipurpose Honey has Beauty, Health Benefits

Here are some tried and tested benefits of honey and tips on how to buy the best quality honey:

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Honey has more benefits in aspect of health and beauty than we ever thought of. Pixabay

Whether it’s spread on toast or used as topping on a yogurt or as a natural sweetener in herbal tea – honey is used in various forms. The sweet nectar is also helpful in beautifying and healing the body if used in the right way.

Rich in minerals such as iron, calcium, phosphate, sodium chlorine, potassium and magnesium, raw honey can help in softening skin and repairing damaged hair. No wonder celebrities like Scarlett Johansson swear by honey products, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

Here are some tried and tested benefits of honey and tips on how to buy the best quality honey:

* Save dry skin: Honey is a fantastic moisturiser and works wonders on patches of dry skin. Use it to soften up those knees and elbows, and it will even work wonders on chapped lips. Just rub on some honey, leave it to work on your skin for up to 30 minutes, and then wash off.

* Boost your energy: Forget your coffee fix and ditch the energy drinks. It’s time to say goodbye to the sugar high that so quickly leads to an energy crash and burn. For a natural energy boost, use honey in place of sugars and sweeteners in your tea, baking and cooking. You’ll soon notice the difference in your energy levels.

There’s no need to splash out on expensive spa facials when you have some honey in the cupboard
There’s no need to splash out on expensive spa facials when you have some honey in the cupboard. Pixabay

* Rescue damaged hair: Looking for a naturally moisturizing conditioner? Honey provides a moisturizing hair and scalp cleanser that leaves locks silky smooth without stripping them of natural oils. Simply add a teaspoonful to your usual shampoo to soften your hair, or combine with olive oil for a deep conditioning treatment – leave to work on damaged locks for 20 minutes before shampooing out.

* Pamper and relax: When it’s time to soak in the tub after a hard day, give your body an added treat by pouring in a few drops of raw honey. The honey helps to soothe tired muscles and moisturise your skin, while adding other essential oils like lavender oil will help you relax even more.

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* Cure a hangover: Overindulged a little last night? Never mind, honey is here! A few tablespoons of fructose-packed honey – fructose is nature’s natural sweetener – will help speed up your body’s metabolism of alcohol.

* For a fabulous facial: There’s no need to splash out on expensive spa facials when you have some honey in the cupboard. Give your skin the benefit of honey’s powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and ultra-moisturizing properties and use it as a face mask. You can use it alone (around two table spoon) or combined with two teaspoons of milk – just cover your face, let the skin soak up its natural goodness for 10 minutes, then rinse off. For a naturally exfoliating facial, just add some sugar to create a moisturising scrub. (Bollywood Country)

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