. These 25 Beauty Products You Can Make in Your Kitchen are filled with ingredients you may already have at home. So this Mother’s Day hand the kids on over and take time to do something special for yourself, like whipping up an instant salt scrub or relaxing with a chocolate facial. Make an extra batch and surprise your mom to thank her for the great job she did raising you. Get in the kitchen and start spoiling yourself with these 25 Beauty Products You Can Make in Your Kitchen…
Chocolate Facial 1 of 25There is nothing sweeter than a chocolate facial.
Find out more at Beautiful With Brains.
Coffee Scrub 2 of 25Why just use coffee for drinking?
Get the recipe at A Cup of Mo.
Makeup Remover 3 of 25After a long day of wearing makeup it's nice to take it off with something gentle and natural.
Find out more at Michelle.
Protein for Your Hair 4 of 25Keep your hair looking shiny and healthy with this homemade protein pack.
Get the recipe at bellaMumma.
Mango Mask 5 of 25Nourish your skin by pampering it with a mango mask.
Find out more at Crunchy Betty.
Bye-Bye Wrinkles 6 of 25This apple and pear concoction could minimize those wrinkles in no time.
Spotted at Fav Finds.
Get Rid of Frizz 7 of 25Keep your curls looking great and avoid nasty frizz with these inexpensive ingredients.
Get the recipe at The Glossy Life.
Whiter Teeth 8 of 25You don't have to spend a fortune to keep those pearly whites.
Find out more at The Budget Diet.
Vanilla, Brown Sugar and Coconut Body Scrub 9 of 25This sounds more like a dessert than a body scrub.
Find out more at Bath.Body.DIY.
Strawberry-Kiwi Facial Polish 10 of 25Brighten up your skin with a healthy glow using a natural strawberry-kiwi facial polish that smells great too.
Check it out at Crunch Betty.
Avocado, Carrot and Cream Mask 11 of 25Give your face a boost of Vitamin E, calcium and protein with this high in nutrient mask.
Get the recipe at Spaindex.
Lemon Salt Scrub 12 of 25This refreshing scrub is just what you need after the dry winter air.
Find out more at The Beauty Department.
Pumpkin Face Mask 13 of 25Give your face a thorough clean and a touch of Zinc with this mask.
Get the recipe at Real Beauty.
Berry and Mint Toner 14 of 25Add a natural raspberry and mint toner to your beauty regimen.
Check it out at Real Beauty.
Scalp Treatment 15 of 25The cold winter air can be harsh on your scalp so freshen it up with this natural scalp treatment.
Check it out at The Mother Huddle.
Moisturizing Body Scrub and Exfoliant 16 of 25Get baby soft skin with this recipe you can make in your home.
Find out more at A Delightful Home.
Tomato Mask 17 of 25Remove that excess oil and give your skin a rich source of vitamins and minerals with a tomato mask.
Find out more at Beauty Editor.
Honey Face Wash 18 of 25Prepare yourself a face wash that is gentle on your skin.
Find out more at No More Dirty Looks.
Hair Softening Rinse 19 of 25Keep your hair manageable and shiny with vinegar, lemon juice and water.
Find out more at Herb Companion.
Soothing Lip Balm 20 of 25Your chap free lips will celebrate with a constant supply of this homemade lip balm.
Check it out at Nautral Home & Garden.
Brown Sugar Body Scrub 21 of 25Treat yourself to glowing skin with this body scrub and give the extra give to a friend.
Spotted at Paula Deen.
Homemade Deodorant 22 of 25Definitely might be worth giving a try.
Check it out at A Blossoming Life.
Dry Shampoo 23 of 25When you're out on a trip or running last minute to a party this dry shampoo will come in handy.
Find out more at Ready Made.
Instant Sugar Scrub 24 of 25A quick scrub to use on the go.
Find out more at The Mother Huddle.
Blonde Color Boost 25 of 25Give your blonde hair or highlights some extra bright pep.
Find out more at Whole Living.
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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman) and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.
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