The upkeep of good skin depends on our lifestyle and diet. Treating those lightly, is why our skin loses its elasticity sooner than it should, making it droop downwards. Coconut oil deeply moisturizes your skin, which is helpful because dry skin, is the foundation on which skin goes the wrong way, as it has hardly any elasticity and is dehydrated. A face-massage using one teaspoon of this oil for 5 minutes daily, increases its collagen production and keeps it plump for a lot longer! Honey is a natural moisturiser that tightens pores and calms acne. Just mix 2-3 tablespoons, with the juice of one lemon. The vitamin C in lemon, boosts the production of collagen in the skin, fighting dark spots while brightening the skin. Massage it in an upward motion on a freshly washed face and clean it off after 15 minutes! Gently run an ice cube on your face, to tighten your pores after you’re done, and do this twice a week. Rich in vitamin E and relatively inexpensive, just massage a few drops of Olive Oil, onto your face and neck for 5 minutes. Don’t overdo it though, or you go from a glowing sheen, to a face prepped and ready, to fry an egg on. Do this is twice a week! So make the kitchen your beauty station and write in to us on whether or not that ended up being a good idea! Give us a thumbs up and we’ll make sure to bring you a lot more home remedies! Until next time, stay tuned and stay Glamrs.