Top 10 Beauty Tips using Oatmeal

Oats is a yummy breakfast as it’s a healthy way to start day. Apart from consuming oats, it also has many benefits in skincare and hair care. You can include oats in your daily regime for good health, beauty skin and luscious locks. Here are some Home remedies using oatmeal that are highly effective and texted.

Top 10 Beauty Tips using Oatmeal


Acne Oatmeal Cure:

Cook one serving (2 tablespoon) of oatmeal and allow it to cool down at room temperature. Now add 2 tablespoons of honey and mix it well. Once the mixture is mixed well and has been cooled completely, apply it on your face. Cover your entire face concentrating more on affected area. Let it stay for 20-25 minutes and then rinse off with cold water. Cooked oatmeal is anti-inflammatory so it prevents acne formation and reduces them to a great extent.

Dandruff Oatmeal Remedy:

To get rid of dandruff and to prevent it from coming back you can use oatmeal. Simply apply oatmeal to your scalp and hair and massage it well for 5-10 minutes. Leave it overnight and wash off with shampoo next morning. The course particles of oatmeal helps in taking out unwanted dandruff flakes and it also moisturizes scalp.

Dry Skin Oatmeal Bath:

Oats are packed with the goodness of vitamin E so it nourishes skin and prevents dry skin. Add instant oatmeal to your bath and use wet oats to rub on hands and other dry areas instead of using soap. You can also use mixture of raw milk and oats to massage your skin to get nourished skin. Overnight Beauty Fixes with Honey

Oily Hair Oatmeal Mask:

To get rid of oily hair use oatmeal as it absorbs excess oil. Mix one cup of ground oatmeal with one cup of raw milk and apply this on your scalp and hair. Cover your head with shower cap and let it stay for 30 minutes. Then rinse off using regular shampoo. If you don’t have time to wash hair and make this recipe then you can use oatmeal as dry shampoo. Just sprinkle oatmeal onto your scalp and massage for a minute or two. Brush off your hair using wide comb.

Dry shampoo:

You can also use ground oats to eliminate excess oil from your scalp, which will give you an extra day or two between washings.  Oatmeal hair scrub >>

Sunburn Treatment:

To treat severe sunburn you can apply oatmeal for instant relief. Cook oatmeal s instructed on the pack but add extra water so that the consistency becomes runny and is easy to apply. After cooling, apply it on affected area and let it stay for 30 minutes, don’t run your skin.

Soothe cracked heels:

For a truly relaxing foot bath, pour a cup of plain oatmeal into your tub with warm water. Then add a few drops of peppermint oil and a tbsp of epsom salt. Soak your feet in this aromatherapy solution for 15 to 30 minutes.

Poison Ivy or Chicken Pox:

Oatmeal bath can treat poison ivy and even chicken pox. Take two cups of ground oatmeal, blend it in blender and then put it in bucket. Now run water and fill the bucket. Let it stay for 30-45 minutes so that oats gets mixed with the water. Now take bath with this water but do not rub your skin as it can cause irritation. It’s a good way to treat skin diseases as oats are anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant. Oats help in the healing of psoriasis lesion owing to its anti-inflammatory nature.

Deep Clean Pores:

Oatmeal is great at removing excess oil and dirt from the body and face. Their cleansing and exfoliating properties make oatmeal a powerful ingredient in many face scrubs, cleansers and shampoos. Plus, oatmeal has strong anti-inflammatory properties and can be used to relieve itchy, uncomfortable skin.  Mix a small amount of uncooked, rolled oats with warm water in a bowl, massage onto face and body, and rinse. 15 Amazing beauty tips using castor oil