6 Overnight Beauty Tips With Honey

Honey can be used in many different ways and it’s always good to try out different beauty tricks, after all, you never know which one will be the right one for you.

But with that said here are 7 beauty overnight beauty tips with honey that can help improve your skin, lips, and hair.

dry lips

#1. Dry Lips: Exfoliate your lips and apply a thin layer of honey to your lips before going to bed, you will be surprised at how soft and smooth your lips will become.

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#2. Pimple / Acne: Honey contains antibacterial and antifungal properties that can stop acne from breaking out. Use a cotton dip it in a bit of honey, and place the honey on the zit as an overnight treatment, the antibacterial properties in honey will dry it up.

Fun fact: Did you know that ancient Egyptians bath with honey and milk to keep their skins soft and smooth.

Split Ends
Split Ends

#3. Split Ends: Get rid of split ends overnight by using honey, mix 2 tsp of olive oil with a tsp of honey and apply it just to the ends of your hair to moisturize and treat the dry ends.

Glowing Skin
Glowing Skin

#4. Glowing Skin: Honey can help to
Moisturize the skin and keep it soft and healthy, Mix one part, raw honey, with 2 parts aloe vera gel, apply it to your face before going to bed

Lighten Hair
Lighten Hair

#5. Lighten Hair: Honey is a natural hair lightener and if used right can easily lighten, are high-light your hair, Mix one tablespoon honey with six tablespoons of organic chamomile tea. Spray the mixture on your hair and use a shower cap or a few sheets of plastic wrap to cover your hair. Let sit overnight. Rinse off in the morning.


#6. Scar: Honey can be used to lighten skin so there is no reason it shouldn’t be able to lighten scars, just apply honey to the scar and cover it up do this at night before you sleep.

note: this will not completely remove the scar and it works better on new scars.

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