19 DIY Beauty Hacks Every Girl Should Know About, #7 Is Basically A Lifesaver.


A coconut oil scalp treat.

There are plenty of beauty products on the market, but many of them have a lot of harsh additives and chemicals that aren't exactly that great for your skin in the long run. Luckily, there are plenty of amazing DIY, all natural beauty products to use as well.

Below are 19 incredible DIY recipes for your hair, face, and body. Just click on the text below each photo for instructions. They're effective, easy to concoct, and cheap, making them the perfect beauty solutions for your everyday life. #19 is a total summer necessity.

Works wonders on dry, flaky scalps that just can't seem to get enough moisture.

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A mint sugar scrub.

This DIY scrub will leave your body feeling soft and smelling super fresh. Plus, the mint will invigorate you while you're showering.

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A DIY vitamin C serum.

Because why pay luxury brand prices when you can make something this effective at home?

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A homemade skin cream.

Because there's nothing more luxurious than a cream that soothes your dry, rough skin.

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A fresh green tea toner.

Little known fact: Green tea works surprisingly well on blemishes.

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Homemade dry shampoo.

Washing your hair every day can be damaging, so a homemade dry shampoo can work wonders to cut down on oil and grease.


A peppermint and thyme foot scrub.

Sure, this will feel good - but can you imagine how good it smells?


An oatmeal honey face scrub.

This concoction can also work as a mask, and the oatmeal and honey work wonders to soothe and moisturize your skin.

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A turmeric mask.

This is an old beauty secret that many women still use today, and it works best on darker complexions. Warning: This will stain your clothes!


A coconut oil and honey hair mask.

For those who have dry, brittle hair - particularly those who have had their hair lightened one too many times.

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A tea tree and lemon face scrub.

This mask is tough on acne without being over drying, and will also even and brighten your skin.

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A non-toxic zit-zapper.

Perfect for people with acne who don't like to use a lot of harsh chemicals.


A fennel hair rinse.

A little known fact about fennel is that it can be use to soothe dry, itchy skin, particularly on the scalp.

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A simple homemade peppermint toothpaste.

This homemade toothpaste tastes delicious, and keeping it in storage is surprisingly simple.

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A soothing strawberry bath soak.

Add a little of this to your bathwater, and your skin will be supple and deliciously fragrant for hours.

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A honey herb body bar.

This DIY soap keeps it simple, and the honey provides tons of moisture.

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A pumpkin spice coffee scrub.

If you love pumpkin spice lattes, you might be happy to learn that you can mix up a scrub to make your whole body smell like one.

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Fresh, zesty grapefruit lip balm.

Grapefruit is an underrated flavor in the world of lip balms, but this recipe will convince you it's a delicious pop of citrus on your lips.

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A scrub for stinky feet.

Hot weather means sweaty, stinky feet, which can be embarrassing. This DIY scrub made with tea tree and peppermint oil will take the stink away in no time, and leave your feet feeling soft and smooth.

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