DIY Beauty Straight from Your Pantry

Delectable Skincare Ingredients Hiding in Your Kitchen!

Home Beauty Ingredients

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It’s easy to get caught up in purchasing expensive products with fancy ingredients and packaging, but did you know that some of the best skincare products may be hiding in your kitchen? That’s right! Your best medicine cabinet can actually be your kitchen pantry. With a few simple ingredients, you can easily whip up your own natural skincare in the comfort of your home. Here are a few recipes you will fall in love with that will smooth, brighten and tone your skin. These DIY beauty products make great gifts for the holiday season too, so be sure to make enough to share with friends and family!



Hibiscus is known for it’s ability to cleanse and balance the skin’s delicate pH. It’s rich in alpha hydroxy acids that naturally exfoliate and amino acids that provide a tightening effect to the skin, without stripping natural oils. Vitamin C brightens the complexion while fighting free radicals. Rose water has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce the redness of irritated skin.



–    6 ounces distilled water

–    3 bags organic hibiscus tea

–    1 ounce witch hazel

–    1/4 cup organic rose water

–    1/2 teaspoon vitamin C powder


Bring six ounces of water to a boil, then turn off heat and add three organic hibiscus tea bags. Steep for 20 minutes. Remove teabags. Add one ounce of alcohol free witch hazel, rose water and vitamin C powder. Transfer to a small spray bottle and use within two weeks. You can refrigerate for a longer shelf life. Use this toner morning and night after washing your face.