sometimes i think that i am in the wrong line. if i hadn't gone to read poetry and plays and such in the university, maybe i would have become a scientist. in fact, i do remember that chemistry was my best subject in secondary school. my interest in scientific research has not waned over the years, and i am just as keen as ever on conducting experiments. but what is a scientist to do, without a well-stocked laboratory?
luckily, there is actually one place right at home that is also full of volatile substances and the bunsen burner. so i indulged my adventurous spirit in the kitchen. i came up with quite a few innovative recipes, though no one particularly liked them :P. there is something else to play around with. i read about some interesting beauty treatments that use the ingredients in the kitchen, and so the only thing to do is to try them out. my dear friends, after much investigation and practical experiments, here is my verdict on these suggested treatments. you guys have to try them out to test if i am a reliable scientist.
natural yoghurt as a face mask. the bacteria eats away your dead cells and makes your skin brighter.
green bean powder+green tea powder+egg white = a very good mask to make your pores smaller and cleaner.
lemon juice+witch hazel= a good skin whitening product.
my mum keeps the water that is used to rinse rice, and washes her face with it. apparently it makes her skin less lined. in fact, if you keep the water overnight, it actually smells as bad as SKII products :P
What doesn't work:
rinsing your hair with vinegar. this is supposed to make your hair shiny, but it also makes your hair smell like puke :P
smash a tomato on your face. it's hard to function with bits of tomato dripping off your face.
banana peel on your eyes. this supposedly is a good eye mask, but all it does is make your eyes itch.