6 useful tips (from the 20th century) for hair, face and hand skin care

6 useful tips from the 20th century for hair, face and hand skin care

  1. Bathing (soaking) hands in the warmest possible salt water (100 grams of salt in 1 liter of water) is useful against hand aging.
  2. Vegetable stains on the hands (after cleaning the vegetables) will be easily removed with a mixture of starch and glycerin. Fruit stains on the hands are removed with vinegar or a small piece of fresh butter. Tobacco stains are removed with lemon or oxygen solution.
  3. Hair mask – rub the scalp with homemade lotion. Recipe for homemade lotion: soak 40 grams of dried Panama tree bark (purchased at pharmacies) in 200 grams of 50% alcohol. Keep for 10 days in a dry and dark place. Add a few grams of bergamot oil for a pleasant smell. Filter (put a piece of cotton wool in the neck of the bottle and gradually pour the prepared mixture).
  4. Mask against enlarged pores on the face – beat fresh egg yolks and one spoonful of sour milk. Coat the skin only in these places. Leave for half an hour. Rinse with warm water.
  5. Against hair loss and the appearance of dandruff, it is recommended to wash your hair with sulfur-soap (purchased in pharmacies or drugstores). Rub the soap well into your hair and leave it on for about 10 minutes, then rinse it off with water. Then wash your hair as usual.
  6. Mask for dry face all year round – mix one egg yolk with a little olive oil. Keep for 20 minutes on the face and neck. Rinse with cold water, then warm water and again with cold water.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Grisi-Sulfur-Soap-Acne-Treatment-Cleanser-Bar-Soap-4-4-oz/21778086

https://www.planttherapy.com/organic-bergamot-essential-oil

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