Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

In this week’s episode, Cheryl replaces her entire skincare routine with products made with all things edible! With all the recipes for homemade skincare on the Internet, Cheryl puts all-food skincare to the test and finds out if it really works.

Let us know in the comments if you would try any of these and share some of your favorite homemade skincare remedies too!

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Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

21 replies
  1. gummyypeach
    gummyypeach says:

    I think for the olive oil makeup remover, you might be doing it wrongly? Oil remover should remove oil-based makeup easily, but it shouldn't be put on a cotton pad like what you normally do with micellar water, but rather, just pour a $1 coin size onto your fingers, and rub the oil into your face, and you will see the makeup melting away. I use Ginvera's olive oil ($4 for 150ml from Watsons LOL and somemore can last up to 2 months) every single day in the shower to remove my makeup, and I love how hassle-free it is- just remove and then proceed with face wash, without wasting any cotton pads haha

  2. Joyce Ang
    Joyce Ang says:

    Personally I wouldn't recommend anyone try this, especially if you have sensitive skin, or acne prone skin and you don't want to risk a huge break out. Certain types of oils, like olive oil (especially) and coconut oil fall under a class of comedogenic oils (a fancy way of saying it'll clog your pores). In fact, coconut oil is one of the highest scoring comedogenic ingredients on the comedogenicity scale. This seems like a highly risky beauty routine if you ask me! For the purposes of generating views this idea is novel and pretty interesting to watch, but as an everyday viewer I wouldn't risk trying this routine out, much less stick to it for a week and risk a massive break out which will take weeks to recover (break out + post break out scarring recovery time period) its just not worth it.

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