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Homemade DIY Natural Beauty Recipe

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Getting Beautiful The Right Way
Collagen, plastic surgery, girdles, anorexia, makeup, speed—what do all these things have in common? They represent synthetic avenues to beauty. With anything synthetic, there is a result, but it’s fleeting and has consequences. Essentially, it’s the consequence of following the angel or devil on your shoulder.
It’s possible to lie, cheat, and steal your way into success. But those actions have consequences, and those consequences come knocking on the door of the mansion bought through duplicity eventually. However, when you build an estate through blood, sweat, tears, and perseverance, then there’s nothing that can call into question your success.
It’s the same with beauty. If you want to look your best, there’s no way but the “right” or “classic” way for best results. While “short cuts” will get results quicker, they’ll fade incredibly fast, and leave you less healthy than you were. But the good news is that natural remedies for beauty are often of the DIY variety, and less expensive.
Following we’ll consider a few means of helping you get to your most beautiful in a natural, affordable, DIY way that you can maintain, and which will produce lasting results that keep you radiant over the long term.
Natural Supplementation And Proper Exercise
GIGO: Garbage In, Garbage Out. Avoid GIGO. You want “QIQO”, Quality In, Quality Out. Only eat foods that have a shelf life. Avoid preservatives. Avoid hormones. Look out for mass-produced meats or canned foods. You want garden fresh vegetables, cage-free chickens, grass-fed beef, and no GMOs. These things need to be enjoyed in proper quantities, too.
Don’t drink energy drinks full of sugars your body doesn’t need. Sugar makes you more rotund than adipose and oil, as it turns out—that’s why the Atkins diet works so well. If the sugar isn’t in an apple, banana, or other fruit, cut it out of your diet; it’s processed, and it’s going to give you zits. Basically, if Adam and Eve wouldn’t eat it, you shouldn’t either.
With supplementation, it’s not just what you put into your body, but what you put on your body. Generally, lotions are good for your skin, but if they’ve got a bunch of parabens or other synthetic topical ingredients, that’s going to hurt your skin. A better alternative will be natural supplements with vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids, like argan oil from Argan Oil Shop.
Once you’re feeding yourself properly, it’s essential to work out your body. Squats draw calories from adipose to thighs and buttocks, slimming down your waist. Do three sets of ten, dialing up the weight each time. Do that three times a week, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, perhaps. Jog. Do the elliptical. Do sit-ups, pull-ups, crunches, and pushups. Work out.

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Upping The Ante Over Time
While most of the exercises outlined in the precedent section can be done at home, some require a gym. However, with squats, there are exercises that can do the same as a weight set. And you don’t have to jog on a treadmill—in fact, it may be better for your health overall to jog outside. Whatever you decide here, you’ve got to up the ante.
Every time you work out, push yourself just a little further. If you run a mile yesterday, now run a mile plus an extra minute. Keep dialing things up until you can’t anymore—if you do this right, you shouldn’t hit that wall soon—perhaps ever. If you hit it fast, you’ve upped the ante too quick. You’ll want to do it gradually, and getting advice from health professionals can help.
Getting Your Head “In The Game”
Finally, ensure your head is in the game. Mental health will produce beauty even without exercise or proper supplementation. Don’t let technology steal your mental health.
Socialize. Meet with people. Try new things. Explore. Keep that sense of wonder alive. As a person thinks in their heart of hearts, so they are. We become what we do. If you want to be beautiful, lastly, do beautiful things with your life.