Easy Ways to Save Money on Beauty Treatments!

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Looking for ways to save $$ on beauty treatments??

Check out these tips from your frugal friends shared on The Frugal Girls Facebook Page

Wendy said: “I have recently started to add a little baking soda to my regular facial cleanser.  It works great to exfoliate and is one less product to purchase!”

Debbie said: “Use 1 pt mineral oil to 1 pt water….shake together in a container….makes the best eye make up remover.”

Easy and Effective Makeup Remover Tips from TheFrugalGirls.com

Heather said: “Go to the cosmetologist schools.  You may get a longer facial too, because they have to ask their instructors for feedback… it is awesome.”

LaShauna said: “Instead of using cucumbers as a eye treatment, you can use potatoes to decrease the puffiness and dark circles around the eyes.  They also stay cold longer than cucumbers do.  Cold tea bags help as well.”

Easy At-Home Facials and Masks from TheFrugalGirls.com

Valarie said: “My fave for tightening skin and reducing wrinkles (especially crow’s feet): 1 part (I prefer raw) honey, 1 part lemon juice, 1 part plain yogurt (I usually use about a tsp of each). Mix well and slather onto your face. Allow to dry (about 15-30 mins depending on humidity). Wash off with a warm, wet washcloth and pat dry.  If you find it dries your skin too much, use a bit less lemon juice.”

Peppermint Sugar Scrub

Peppermint Sugar Scrub Recipe at TheFrugalGirls.com

Cyndie said: “A good way to get rid of foot odor is with a foot soak using strong black tea (regular tea).  Soak 30 minutes and then pat dry.”

Foot Spa at Home! {tips for the ultimate treat-for-your-feet!}

Foot Spa at Home Tips from TheFrugalGirls.comSue said: “Use sugar instead of expensive microdermabrasion goop. It works just as well–just apply a little water to your face, pat on the sugar and very lightly rub it around.”

Vanilla Brown Sugar Hand & Foot Scrub

Vanilla Brown Sugar Hand and Foot Scrub Recipe from TheFrugalGirls.com

Karen said: “Wet an aspirin with a few drops of water and use that as an acne medicine.  Or mix it with your regular face scrub for a medicated face cleanser (do this per use).  Aspirin has salicylic acid which is the main ingredient in a lot of acne medicine.  Also, you can use honey with the ‘just wet’ aspirin to make a medicated mask.”

Vanilla Bath Salts

Homemade Vanilla Bath Salts from TheFrugalGirls.com

Sherri said: “Homemade chemical mask: 5 aspirin and 1 tablespoon of lemon juice (I use fresh lemons). Mash the aspirin in lemon juice, put on face for 5 minutes and rinse, rinse, rinse. Takes off top layer of skin!  Then if you want to rehydrate, use honey and leave on for 15-20 minutes. Your face will be so smooth!”

Coconut Oil Cuticle Cream

Candice said: “I love the Crunchy Betty Sorta Poo: 1 tbs of Castile Soap and 1tsp. of coconut milk.. makes an AWESOME shampoo, best lather I have found.  I use it as a body wash also… it rinses clean.  I also love using water and baking soda to clarify my hair, as it does a better job than store bought products.  I then use apple cider vinegar for conditioner.  I have very curly, frizzy hair, and these recipes work wonders on my hair.”

DIY Coconut-Salt Foot and Body Scrub!

DIY Coconut Salt Foot and Body Scrub

Katt said: “I make my own bath bags.  I make the pouches out of old socks and children’s tights (cut the toe off the socks and string a ribbon to make a drawstring).  I then add Epsom salt, oatmeal, a few drops of olive oil, and some lavender oil or a fragrant tea (I like green tea with jasmine blossoms).  Then just tie the bag closed and toss it in your bath!  For best results, squeeze the bag.  My whole family loves them.”

Homemade Jasmine Bath Salts

How to Make Bath Salts

Amber said: “I mix Epsom salts and a splash of my fave body spray, with a couple drops of food color.  I knead it together in a bag and then put it in empty wine bottles or decorative containers.  It makes a nice smelling bath soak.”

Do YOU have any tips or tricks for saving on beauty treatments??

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  1. Karen says

    Coconut oil is a miracle moisturizer, and so much healthier than the chemicals you buy in the store. Great for dry skin! If the oil feels too heavy on your skin, wet your hands first to dilute with water, then massage into face.

  2. Karen says

    A good toner/astringent is Witch Hazel. Apply after washing face with cotton ball. Easy and a cheap alternative.

  3. Michelle says

    I love to use grapeseed oil as a light moisturizer for the skin, especially on my face & all acne prone areas. It not only leaves my skin silky, it clears up any acne spots or rough/patchy spots.
    I especially love to mix with a couple drops of bright orange oil and a couple drops of lavender for a relaxing after bath moisturizer.

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