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The Doctors mommy correspondent Brooke Burke shares her top 10 simple and affordable beauty tips.
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10 Budget Beauty Tips for Moms
Travis: When we launched our motherhood survival club last fall, we were astounded reading all the emails from moms who give everything to their families, their spouses, even their job but they put themselves last on the list. And as a mom of four, our own mommy correspondent Brook Burk knows all to well how this can happen. So she put together some easy and affordable beauty tips for moms just like you.
Brook: Looking good does not have to cost a fortune. In fact, I am going to show you my top 10 tips for busy moms like me that will not break the bank.
So when you are doing the dishes, you can actually use ordinary hand lotion, put on you gloves. The heat from the water is going to act as a deep hand—. Here is an only but a goody which hazel, that’s going to replace lots of those expensive skin toners. All you need is a few cotton balls and a bottle, you just dab it on your skin and you are good to go.
You do not have to spend 50 bucks in the salon. All of these ingredients you can get right in you own kitchen. Mix them together and you want to pour it all over your hair and then you can wash your hair as normal and you will be amazed with the results.
Here is another great tip that I peaked up in some of the fancy nail saloons. Lemons are a great way to get cleaner, whiter looking nails.
Busy moms’ makeup kit and never leave home without it. Eyelash curler, a mascara and lip gloss, all for under 20 bucks.
That is a perfect way to exfoliate your skin and all you need is a regular drug store facial cleanser, a little bit of baking soda, you mixed it up and that’s going to start sloughing off all those dead skin cells.
So tired puffy eyes are a dead giveaway for every busy mom but I've got a solution and it is free. All it takes is a couple of spoons right in your freezer. All you are going to do is placed it right on your eye.
Next is the personal favorite of mine and all it requires is a bag of camomile tea. All you do is prepare the tea. Add a couple of ice. Just wring out the excess and you are going to still five minutes and then gently place the tea bag on your eye.
Now here is a great bank for your buck. Invest in a traditional scarf. You can get a bunch of looks for just one item.
For me, the back is my sanctuary and I have got some inexpensive ingredients that will help you make the most of it. Epsom salt reduces bloating and also I loved to add a half a cup of honey on a cup of milk. It makes your skin super soft. And now it is time for a little me time. Thanks. Good-bye doctors.