The 3 Best DIY Beauty Treatments

I’m sure we’ve all seen or read about DIY beauty treatments on the internet… but which ones are the best? I’ll break it down for you…

How to apply: Wet hair with warm water. Apply mayo from the middle of the hair to the ends. Put hair up into a shower cap for 30-45 minutes. Wash the mayo out with shampoo.
Results: Mayo works so good in hair! With mayo I see immediate results! My hair feels softer and healthier

How to apply: Buy a stem of aloe (if you live in FL you can get it at Publix). Cut a small piece off of it. Peel the thick green outer layer off. Mash it up with a fork and leave it on your face until you feel it getting tight (I normally leave it on for an hour). Wash it off. You can do this everyday if you’d like.
Results: Aloe leaves my face feeling hydrated, moisturized, and refreshed! When I have dry patches on my face I’ll use this for a couple days and the dry patches go away.

Coconut Oil
How to apply: I’ll let this soak in my skin for a couple hours and then wash it off in the shower.
Results: My skin is moisturized but doesn’t look greasy πŸ™‚

After trying a bunch, these are what I think work the best! What are your favorite DIY Beauty Treatments? Leave me a comment and let me know! Have a great week! Xo



  • Reply Superman October 18, 2016 at 2:26 am

    Hmmm these are amazing suggestions! For my face and skin i use jergens lotion! It is amazing. Also for hair i use organix shampoo. These are not DIYs but hey i technically went to the store and did it myself haha. I love your posts. Keep them coming. You are amazing!

    • Reply sayeedahsparkles October 18, 2016 at 2:53 am

      Wow. I love Jergens. This guy I know who has amazing complexion uses it so I started and it’s awesome. I love loreal shampoo! Thanks for loving my posts! I am pretty amazing aren’t I πŸ˜‰ haha. You should really try butterblubbles shampoo next time, it is AHMAZZZINGGG!!!

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