Kym Douglas always has wacky and fun home remedies. Here are the recipes for her Tomato Glow Facial, Spinach Hair Mask, Vodka Mouthwash, and Cantaloupe Mask!

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TOMATO GLOW FACIAL:

Used to brighten and tighten skin.

What You Need:

1 tomato cut into thin slices
2 tsp lemon juice

Directions:

Spritz lemon juice on the tomato slices and then lay tomato slices all over the face. Leave on for 20 minutes. Rinse face with warm water to avoid irritation.


SPINACH HAIR MASK:

Limp hair can be a symptom of iron deficiency and spinach has high iron content. So, using a spinach hair pack for your hair may be an effective way of bringing the bounce and shine back to your hair.

What You Need:

1 tsp Almond Oil
2-3 tsp Honey
1 cup Spinach (fresh and chopped)
1 tbsp Water

Directions:

Put the chopped spinach in a blender. Add the water. Stir to make a smooth, even paste of the spinach. Take the spinach paste in a glass bowl. Add the almond oil and honey to the paste. Mix well.

You can purchase the brush Kym used right here.


VODKA MOUTHWASH:

Homemade natural mouthwash.

Directions:

Make your own mouthwash by mixing nine tablespoons powdered cinnamon with one cup vodka. Seal in an airtight clear glass container for two weeks. Strain through a coffee filter then mix with warm water and rinse your mouth. Don't swallow.


MOISTURIZING CANTALOUPE MASK:

Melons are the skin-perfecting super fruit, packed with hydrating carotene and wrinkle-fighting Vitamin C. Cantaloupe is moisturizing and the cornmeal is for exfoliation.

What You Need:

3 large wedges of peeled cantaloupe
1 tbs honey
3 tbs cornmeal in food processor

Directions:

Apply mixture to damp skin. Scrub lightly and then let sit for 10 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

You can buy Kym's wacky lip plumper here.


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