Save your egg shells, crush them up and spread the broken shells around your plants to keep bugs and snails away.
There are so many options for easy home made facial masks just using things you usually have in the kitchen. Here are a few to try:
Hydrating Honey Face Mask:
Just organic/bio honey (manuka honey is really good for your skin)
This is a great hydrating and healing mask but you really need the face washer/cloth to get it off!
Deep Cleansing Strawberry Face Mask
This mask is good for oily skin and can help with acne and scaring.
3 strawberries, mashed, with one teaspoon of lemon juice
Mature Skin Food Mask
Mix 1 tablespoon of dry baker’s yeast with 2 tablespoons of milk.
Mix ingredients into a smooth paste and apply mask in two parts; let the first layer dry before applying the second layer.
Each mask should be left on for 15 – 20 mins. Rinse off with warm water and finally use a cool water rinse to close the pores of the skin.