How to Make Edible Play Dough with Frosting – The Soccer Mom Blog

This Birthday Cake Batter Edible Play Dough smells good enough to eat! Fortunately, this recipe is made with all-food ingredients, so there’s no need to worry if your kiddo sneaks a taste. Keep reading to learn how to make edible play dough with frosting!

Birthday Cake Edible Play Dough

We always keep cake mix and frosting on hand in case of a last-minute party. However, today we made a different kind of cake batter!

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This birthday cake edible play dough recipe is an awesome boredom buster that’s easy to make and easy to clean up. Did I mention it smells ahhh-mazing?!

The best part is that this edible play dough recipe is non-toxic and totally taste-safe – which is perfect if you have small kids like I do who want to put everything in their mouth.

Make cake & ice cream! Try our 2-Ingredient Edible Strawberry Ice Cream Play Dough too!

Frosting Play Dough Ingredients

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Note: I didn’t use exact measurements for this recipe, so you can adjust to make as much or as little as you’d like. Simply keep a 3-to-1 ratio of cornstarch to frosting. A printable copy of this non-toxic play dough recipe is available at the end of the post.

How to Make Edible Play Dough with Frosting

Watch the 1-minute video demo first, then keep reading for photo step-by-step instructions to make this easy & safe non toxic play dough!

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Start by combining about a teaspoon of your cornstarch with water in a medium mixing bowl. Stir until cornstarch is fully dissolved in water.

Add your frosting to the bowl and stir a couple times. Add the rest of your cornstarch little by little until the mixture clumps together to form a batter. As it thickens, it may be easier to mix with your hands to better incorporate the ingredients.

If the batter is still sticky, continue adding cornstarch a spoonful at a time until you have a soft, moldable ball of dough that does not stick to hands.

Now the fun part — add sprinkles, roll, and make your “cakes”!

Recipe Notes:

How to Make Edible Play Dough with Icing

5 mins

Smells just like birthday cake! This edible play dough recipe is easy and only requires 3 ingredients from the kitchen!

Course: Edible Play Dough

Stir together 1 teaspoon cornstarch and 1 Tablespoon water in a medium mixing bowl until cornstarch is full dissolved.

Add your frosting to the bowl and stir to combine.

Add the rest of your cornstarch little by little until the mixture clumps together to form a batter. 

Finish kneading by hand.

Recipe Notes

While this birthday cake play dough recipe is edible, it is not intended to be consumed in large amounts. Always supervise children when making and playing.

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Now Make Your Edible Cake Batter Unicorn Style!

We took our cake batter dough and upped the awesomeness with only a couple simple additions! Check out how to make our amazing Rainbow Unicorn Poop Play Dough:

Be sure to check out our amazing color-changing edible silly putty recipe too or this 2-Ingredient Ice Cream Play Dough recipe from Sugar Spice & Glitter!

Last updated on February 25th, 2019 at 03:25 pm

Jeera rice recipe video | How to make jeera rice | Jeera pulao recipe

Jeera rice recipe – A super simple & quick recipe to make fluffy, non-sticky & flavorful jeera rice every time. Jeera rice is a flavored Indian rice dish made by cooking basmati rice with ghee, cumin & other fragrant spices. Making jeera rice is one of the simplest & only needs a handful of ingredients that are mostly pantry staples. It goes so well with any sides like curries, dal or even with stew.

I make jeera rice every other day since it is easy to deal with my fussy kids. They love this with almost any curry, dal & even with a raita. Sometimes they also carry it to school with some veggies.

Jeera rice can be made in a regular pot, traditional pressure cooker or Instant pot. I have instructions for all of them in this post.

Tips to make the best jeera rice

Cumin or jeera helps in digestion, so I often include in our menu especially when I plan to cook up for a heavy meal. Here are some sides you may like to check
Paneer butter masala
Paneer tikka masala
Palak paneer
Dal makhani
Butter chicken

Jeera rice

Make the perfect jeera rice that’s non sticky, fluffy & aromatic. Instructions included to make jeera rice in a regular pot, traditional pressure cooker & Instant pot.

Ingredients for jeera rice recipe

spices

How to make the recipe

Preparation for jeera rice

Wash rice until water runs clear, Then soak in lot of water for at least 20 to 30 mins. Drain it completely. 

How to make jeera rice

Heat ghee or oil in a pressure cooker or a pot.

Saute bay leaf, cloves, cinnamon, cardamoms and mace until they begin to sizzle. Fry jeera on a low flame until a nice aroma comes out. Add green chilli.

Transfer drained rice to the cooker and roast for 2 to 3 mins. This helps to bring out the aroma of the rice.

Pour water and add salt. Stir well and taste the water. It must be slightly salty.

Bring water to a boil on a high flame. 

Making Jeera rice in pot – Cover and cook on a low to medium heat until water is absorbed & rice is done. 

Making Jeera rice in pressure cooker – Cover the pressure cooker with a lid. Cook on a high heat for 1 whistle. For al dente rice, I release the pressure carefully after 2 mins with the help of a wooden spatula.

When the pressure goes off. Open the lid and fluff up jeera rice with a fork. Serve with any curry.

Making jeera rice in Instant pot

Press saute button and heat ghee in the inner pot of instant pot. Add all the spices & saute for 2 mins until they turn fragrant. Add the drained rice and chilli. Saute for 2 to 3 mins. 

Pour 2 cups water and add salt. Stir and taste the water. If needed add more salt.

Secure the lid & set the steam release value to sealing. Pressure cook on high pressure for 5 mins. Allow the pressure to release naturally for 8 to 9 mins. Then use a kitchen towel & remove the rest of the pressure manually.

Fluff up the Jeera rice & add some coriander leaves.

Recipe Notes

Notes for jeera rice recipe
You can also make this dish just by sauteing the spices in butter and then mixing with the cooked salted rice.

For more details please check method 2 in step by step photos.

Iron 11.1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Jeera rice can be made in 2 ways. In this post I am sharing both the methods of making jeera rice. In the first method, rice and jeera are cooked together along with spices. In the second method, rice is cooked first and then seasoned with cumin, spices and butter. This method is often followed in the restaurants.

Method 1

Preparation for jeera rice recipe or jeera pulao

1. Wash basmati rice until clear and soak it for at least 20 mins. Drain and set aside.

2. Heat ghee or oil in a pan. Add bay leaf, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, mace and jeera. You can also skip all the spices and just use jeera.

3. Saute them on a medium to low flame until jeera begins to smell good.

4. Optional – You can also add thinly sliced onions and deseeded green chilies. Earlier I would use onions, In the recent times I have begun to skip them as my kids don’t prefer onions in jeera rice.

Some people also use red chilli. If you like you can deseed and use them now. If using onions then saute them until golden. I fry a little more than you see in the picture.

How to make jeera rice recipe

5. Add drained rice.

6. Fry for 2 to 3 mins on a high flame. Do not stir vigorously the rice grains will break.

7. Pour water. Then add in salt and stir. Taste the water and adjust salt as needed.

8. Cover and pressure cook on a high flame for 1 whistle. Or cook on a medium flame until the water is almost absorbed. When there is very little water left, cover and cook for just 5 mins on a low flame. Switch off before it whistles if making in cooker. You can follow the same method to make it in pot.

9. When the pressure goes off, open the lid.

10. Fluff up gently . you can also add a bit more of ghee if desired.

Method 2 – Jeera rice recipe

This method is more flavorful with the aroma of butter and cumin. This is good to make for occasions or when you have guests home since a good amount of butter goes into this.
1. Cook rice with salt to grainy and set aside to cool.

2. Add 1 tbsp butter to a hot pan.

3. Next add star anise, mace, cloves, cinnamon, cardamon, bay leaf and green chili. Saute for 1 to 2 mins.

4. Lower the heat, add jeera.

5. Saute until you begin to smell them good. It takes around 2 to 3 mins. Switch off the stove.

How to make jeera rice recipe

6. Add 1 tbsp more of butter along with finely chopped coriander leaves. If your rice isn’t got enough salt you can add a bit more to the pan.

7. Then add it to the rice. Mix gently. Make sure the rice is cooled completely before mixing it.

Serve jeera rice with any gravy.

How to Make a Bewitching Halloween Spider Mini Quilt in an Afternoon

INSIDE: How to Make a Bewitching Halloween Spider Mini Quilt in an Afternoon

I have this unrealistic fantasy of one-day creating fabulous quilts, bags, wall hangings, and any number of things using up all of my sewing scraps. I occasionally dream of sewing them all together to form new fabrics that I’ll cut up into applique designs.

While I haven’t quite gotten around to creating a fully fleshed out plan on how to achieve this grandiose dream, I have made a teeny, tiny dent in my stash.

I’ve created the Bewitching Halloween Spider Mini Quilt, a super easy Halloween quilting project that makes good use of a few scraps and can be made in an afternoon.

How to Make a Bewitching Halloween Spider Mini Quilt in an Afternoon

Of course, y’all know I’m crazy about black and white. And, I’m also pretty fond of appliqué.

It started like this. One of our vehicles needed a repair which meant I was stuck at home without a car for two days. For a while, I have been wanting to create some sort of project with a Halloween theme. This would be the perfect opportunity to find a pdf pattern and sew something from scraps.

After searching online for a bit, I gave up because I couldn’t find anything that I liked. Most of the projects I came across were not my style or required fabric I didn’t have laying around. No car ~ no-go-to-store

Then I squashed a spider in my entry hall and inspiration came to me. I would appliqué a black spider onto a white background. It would match my style and I was sure I had enough fabric for a mini-quilt.

Hmmm. I thought it might be fun to create an improv spider by sewing some of my black fabrics together to create the appliqué fabric.

And that’s exactly what I did. I just started sewing the black and nearly black fabrics together until I had a piece large enough for my spider design. Then I ironed some fusible web to the back of the patched-together black fabric, traced the design, cut it out, and ironed it onto a piece of white-on-white fabric.

Using a very small zigzag stitch I stitched around my spider. Nothing really difficult at all. For about half a second I considered doing some free motion stitching around my spider, but decided against this. Feel free to embellish your spider in any way ~ possibly even using orange thread.

I decided to do the quilting with a spider web design. I thought about using orange thread for the quilting but I wanted to stick to the whole black and white theme.

For my back, I had this piece of fabric left over from the Arrow Quilt. I also had a perfectly sized piece of wool batting that was sitting on a table.

Super fun and easy Halloween Craft. The Spooky Spider Mini-Quilt is a fun way to decorate for Halloween. The quilt is fast, easy, and can be completed in an afternoon. Have fun sewing for Halloween.All in all, it took me an afternoon to conceive the idea, create the design, appliqué, quilt, and bind. It was a great way to use scraps and make something fun. I know it’s not one of those projects that will grace the pages of a quilting magazine, however, I was looking for something that was simple and could be made in an afternoon

Mission accomplished.

Well, I spoke too soon. It turns out that this design was featured in the 2016 Better Homes & Gardens Holiday Crafts magazine.

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How To Make Any Girl Go Crazy About You – Life ‘N’ Lesson

There’s no dearth of ‘nice guys’ around. If you want to up your dating game with women, you’ve got to be the ‘irresistible guy’. If you want to make her go crazy about you, you gotta do a lot more than being chivalrous and funny.

Here are 8 ways to make her want you more!

08. Play hard to get.

Go out on a date with her, make her believe you’re really into her and then disappear for a few days. Intrigue her. Leave her wondering what you’re really up to. Get her to chase you.

07. She needs to know your life is perfect.

She needs to see you are having fun in your life. The more exciting your life looks to her, the more she will want to be a part of it. You want her to look at you and go ‘Wow, what a guy!’

06. Act mysterious.

Don’t ever let her believe she has you all figured out. The more you hide, the more she’ll want to know. Give her a sneak peek into your life every now and then and shut it instantly. She won’t be able to hold herself back from spending more time with you.

05. Be presentable, at all times.

Even if you’re a chilled out person, you cannot afford to look shabby or dirty. Dressing well doesn’t mean dressing up in formals. A little more attention to grooming and fashion, and you’ll be able to rock the casual look too. You want to be the guy she looks at and goes weak in the knees every time.

04. Be a ladies’ man.

Be popular amongst the women. The more women she sees lusting after you, the more she will want you to herself.

03. Don’t be ‘the guy next door’.

You need to be interesting, and spontaneous. While she’s expecting the date to happen at a restaurant, surprise her by taking her on a bike ride to your favourite spot in the city. Catch her off guard. Make her life exciting, and she won’t be able to resist you.

02. If she’s comfortable around you, use touch to your advantage.

Place your hand on her arm slightly. Place it behind her back to guide her while walking.  Be touchy but in a very subtle way that will make her want more of you.

01. Be good in bed.

There’s no skill that can match great sex. Know your moves right and make her go crazy in bed. And you bet, she’s going to want you like she’s never wanted anything else in life.

How to make eggs for dinner the Spanish way – The Washington Post

I grew up in rural suburbia an hour north of Seattle. Every year, on our acre of land, we raised two cows, two pigs (always named Roto and Rooter), and a hundred or so chickens. We also had a dozen egg-laying hens. That meant we ate a lot of eggs. Fried. Poached. Soft-boiled. Scrambled. But these were always — and only — for breakfast.

It was something of an adjustment, then, when I settled in Spain 20 years ago and found that eggs were frequently eaten for lunch or dinner or as a midmorning snack — but never for breakfast. And that they were prepared in far more interesting ways.

My adaptation began, appropriately enough, with the first dish I learned to make in Barcelona, the humble and iconic tortilla de patatas. A thick wedge of egg layered with tender slices of potato is one of Spain’s culinary highlights, especially when served alongside country bread rubbed with tomato and doused with olive oil.

My future brother-in-law taught me to keep the inside moist, with the egg still a touch runny at the center, and to mix in an equal amount of onions with the potatoes for both texture and sweetness. “The key to a successful tortilla is the flip,” he stressed, and demonstrated how to turn over the half-cooked mass using a plate without making a mess or burning myself. “If the bottom sticks, you are in deep trouble.”

Soon mastered, the dish has been a staple.

While matchless for many Spaniards, potato (and onion) is far from the only type of tortilla. Cooks make them with a range of fillings, including eggplant, artichokes, zucchini and mushrooms. In the Basque country, salt cod is typical.

It is a tasty coincidence that many of those vegetables are in season when, with the harshest of winter past, chickens start laying abundantly again. “Por San Antón, las gallinas ponen huevos a montón,” goes a Spanish refrain. “On the Saint Anthony Abbot’s Day” — Jan. 17 —“the hens lay a ton of eggs.” (San Antón is the patron saint of animals and also known here as el huevero, “hawker of eggs.”)

If my brother-in-law taught me the classic thick tortilla, it was my mother-in-law who showed me how to prepare one with zucchini or spinach for a quick meal. Her version with spinach, pine nuts and raisins makes a delightful midweek treat.

Spanish egg dishes go beyond tortillas, though, and I more frequently prepare revueltos, the local version of scrambled eggs. The name comes from the verb “revolver” (to turn or to stir), which is a more precise way of describing the light stirring used when cooking.

With no need to flip, a revuelto is easier to prepare than a tortilla. It also nicely absorbs the flavors of the changing seasons. Wild mushrooms, say, or asparagus with peeled shrimp (and, ideally, some tender garlic shoots) are sautéed, and then whisked eggs poured into the pan. After a handful of seconds to allow them to begin to set, the eggs are turned a couple of times with wide sweeps with a wooden spoon — no more, and certainly not vigorously “scrambled” — until just cooked but still moist. The eggs are silky and in large “pieces” rather than nubby.

Eggs in a tortilla or revuelto do more than simply absorb flavors or act as a binder for the other ingredients: They are also filling. “If you have some vegetables and some eggs, you have enough for a meal,” my mother-in-law says. That is perhaps the main reason these dishes were developed.

Traveling around Spain, I have often been surprised at the many other ways an egg or two can quickly convert a small dish into a meal. With a chopped hard-boiled egg, a bowl of gazpacho becomes enough for a light summer dinner, and by cracking an egg into sopa de ajo and allowing the whites to just set before serving, garlic soup moves from a first course to a main one in winter. In Andalusia, cooks give wilted spinach leaves a hearty dash of sherry vinegar and then top them with a poached egg for an easy supper or a delightful, sophisticated tapa.

Of course, the most common way to prepare eggs in Spain is fried in olive oil. Huevos fritos are nearly always sunny-side up, though as Spanish chef José Andrés demonstrated recently on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” you can also tilt the pan and keep turning the egg over with a spoon as it cooks to envelope the yolk within a cloud of cushiony whites.

I have found no better way to eat fried eggs than as huevos estrellados, “crashed” atop fried potatoes and often covered with a slice of dry-cured Spanish jamón Ibérico. This is the type of pure Spanish comfort food that certain elegant, clubby restaurants serve as well. With a glass of red wine, the dish gets elevated from divine simplicity to pure sublimity in a perfect combination of flavors.

While my parents have moved and no longer raise chickens (much less cows and pigs), when I am home there are still always eggs for breakfast. If my mom lets me cook, then there are often eggs for lunch or dinner, too — a tortilla or revuelto using produce from her garden or the farmers market in town.

If she complains that I am making a mess in her spotless kitchen, I have the perfect riposte: “No se puede hacer tortilla sin romper los huevos,” goes the hugely popular Spanish refrain. “You can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs.”

Koehler is the author of numerous books, including “Spain: Recipes and Traditions” (Chronicle Books, 2013) and “Where the Wild Coffee Grows” (Bloomsbury, 2017).

Soil For Raised Beds: How To Make The Best Raised Bed Soil

Raised bed gardening is an excellent way to garden in a small space. The quality of soil for raised beds gives gardeners one reason they produce bumper crops.

If you experience trouble stooping, bending and kneeling, raised bed gardens allow for easy care. You can set up your raised bed garden at a height most comfortable for you.

With complete control over the soil, you can mix the soil you want and put it in place for the best results.

You control the type of soil used in for the raised garden beds

Let’s be clear…

No specific combination of ingredients will make the perfect all around raised garden soil. What you put into your soil depends very much upon what you plan to plant and your local climate.

Various plants require different pH levels. For example, blueberries need a more acidic soil.

Additionally, gear the soil texture toward your local weather conditions. For example if you live in a very arid and dry climate, you will want a soil mix that will retain moisture with good capillary action.

On the other hand, if you live in a very rainy and damp area you will want to create soil for a raised garden bed allowing for good drainage.

Soil Mixture For Raised Beds Begins With A Good Basic Soil Mix

One good way to start “building” out fertile soil… begins by making a 50-50 mix of high quality compost and screened topsoil.

When you blend the compost and screened topsoil together thoroughly, you will have a nice basic soil mixture you can amend to suit your specific climate and plant needs.

For a more quickly draining blend of compost, create a three-part mix. For this coarse mixture, combine equal parts of:

As with the 50-50 mix, combine the horticultural vermiculite, compost, and peat moss thoroughly for best results.

Coco coir makes a great alternative for peat. Additionally, to get a wide variety of plant nutrients for your organic garden source compost from at least five different places.

Why Not Just Buy Compost?

If you rely only on bagged compost from the garden center, you’re likely to get a scarcity of organic nutrients. There is really no reason to purchase compost. It is easy to make your own compost at home.

A well-seasoned compost rich with organic matter, made from yard and garden clippings and kitchen scraps provides a wealth of nutrients for organic gardening.

If you also keep chickens, equines, rabbits and/or goats you have an excellent source of rich and nourishing compost. If you do not personally keep any livestock, you should look for a local organic farm or gardeners supply where you can purchase some natural compost.

Raised Garden Bed Soil Does Not Have To Be Deep

When you have created this kind of high quality raised bed gardening mix, you don’t need to spread it very thickly. This highly nourishing fertile mixture will support a wide variety of plants even if it is only six inches deep.

Be sure to line the bottom of your raised bed with thick layers of cardboard (sheet mulching) and/or newspaper or landscaping fabric to prevent plant roots from contacting native soil and to prevent weeds from growing up into your rich soil.

When Should You Amend Soil Used In Your Raised Bed Garden?

Early in the spring each year, till your raised bed garden soil and replenish it. Remember that friable garden soil is airy, soft and light.

You should be able to poke your finger into your soil easily all the way up to your topmost knuckle. If you find your soil is hard and unyielding, take steps to till it, amend it and lighten it.

Experts recommend to till the native soil first before starting to fill the raised beds.

How To Amend Soil Mixture For Raised Beds

Both the 50-50 mix and the three-part mix provide basic building blocks for good soil in the garden. Once you have this in place, you can tweak and amend the soil to suit your particular plant choices.

One good addition to well-balanced garden soils is organic, slow-release organic fertilizer. Working this into the soil one or two times a year (e.g. early in the spring and/or late in the fall) will help boost the nutritional value of your soil.

After application, apply a generous layer of mulch or compost to hold the nutrients and moisture into the soil.

A few other good specialty amendments include:

Create Soil For Your Raised Garden Bed To Suit Your Purpose

The texture of your garden soil should be in line with your goals. For example, if you are sowing seeds directly into your bed, you will want to have a finer texture of soil. Luckily you don’t have to change out all of the soil in the bed to do this.

Begin with your basic 50-50 or three-part mix and then top it off with a finer textured soil. A good soil for seed starting should be spongy, moist and rich. You can accomplish this by creating a combination of finely sifted, blended compost and peat moss as your seed starting medium.

Mulch Is Very Important!

Remember, with fairly shallow soil, garden mulch plays an important role. It helps hold in moisture and protects the soil from damaging rays of the sun. It also helps prevent invasion by weeds.

Once your seedlings have started, thin them out to allow the hardiest to take hold. Mulch around them to hold nutrients and moisture into the soil to help them thrive.

You may be surprised to know that modern gardeners believe that a couple of inches of pure compost make the best mulch. It performs all of the protective and moisture holding functions of bark mulch and adds nourishment to the soil.

The Right Soil Produces Bumper Crops!

Raise bed gardening is a great choice for small spaces. Properly maintained raised gardens can produce four times the amount of crops or vegetables as a traditional garden patch using compost alone.

This is great for home vegetable growers with very small yards or even patio and balcony type garden settings. When you put forth the effort to create light, airy, highly nutritious soil mix for your raised-bed gardening project, you can expect to enjoy abundant success.

How to Make A Natural Botox to Remove Wrinkles and Look Younger

Botox treatment is an incredibly common procedure. Medically, it is excellent for treating some muscle disorders, reducing migraines and sweating, and even aiding with excretory disorders. Aesthetically, Botox is used to remove wrinkles, lines, and other marks by applying temporary paralysis over the muscles, especially on the face.

The use of Botox for aesthetic purposes is somewhat controversial, but it’s also very popular. Six million treatments of this kind are performed annually, more than any other non-surgical form of cosmetic treatment. So surely, the positive sides outweigh the negative sides – right?

But Botox treatment is a procedure that involves the use of toxins and can, in rare cases, causes dangerous medical complications. For those who want the anti-aging effects of Botox but without injecting potentially damaging chemicals into the body, there is a way to do so naturally. Here’s how to make a natural Botox with only three ingredients!

How To Make A Natural Botox With These Three Ingredients

1.    The Downsides To Non-Natural Botox

Botox is administered from a toxin called botulinum. A very, very small amount is used, but even a slight overdose can be deadly thanks to botulism, which is an illness that leads to respiratory failure. Just one gram of the substance can result in the deaths of more than one million. Just two kilograms could kill everyone living on earth today!

Still, we don’t want to scare you; Botox is, for the most part, quite safe as far as chemical treatments go. And most freak cases of Botox gone wrong actually occur in those who use it therapeutically or for medicinal purposes, so keep your positive thinking going! But it still carries a higher risk than more natural methods.

There’s also the issue of pain. Non-natural Botox treatments involve injections, which some may find quite painful. These injections will also cause some degree of bruising around the spots they were administered, and they take a couple of days to fade. Natural Botox methods do not cause these issues.

To top it all off, all types of Botox – whether natural or non-natural – are mostly temporary. Non-natural Botox has effects that only last up to six months, and no longer. This can lead people to repeatedly undergo Botox treatments again and again.

But the muscles in commonly treated areas will become more and more weak as time goes on. This will eventually lead to the loosening and flattening of the skin. Weak muscles will then have to resort to borrowing strength from other muscles around it. Ironically, this can accelerate the aging process, says cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Patricia Wexler.

That said, although natural Botox methods don’t produce permanent outcomes either, they nourish the skin and help fight aging. With repeated use, they can help make the skin healthier and; therefore, their effects are more long-lasting and can have long-term benefits. Essentially, there are no negative sides to using natural Botox – only positive sides!

2.    How To Make Natural Botox: Method One

There are two different ways that we’re going to use to show you how to create your own natural Botox treatment at home. Both only require three ingredients, so they are extremely easy to make and use; most people already have these ingredients at home!

For the first method, you will need the following ingredients:

Now you know your ingredients, so it’s time to learn how to make this natural Botox with only three ingredients. Here is a step-by-step guide!

Once you complete your three-day natural Botox treatment, you will find wrinkles reduced and will notice that you look less tired. You should also feel like your face is more hydrated, and the skin softer and tighter!

3.    Why Method One Works

Cornstarch is a great ingredient for skin care. It can revive tired skin and has amazing anti-aging properties. Cornstarch also soaks up excess oil and works to regulate the amount of fat on the skin. It has brightening, color-correcting effects thanks to its high vitamin A content, and it sports calcium and iron, which are both components that make new skin cells.

Sour cream, on the other hand, also has positive effects on one’s skin. One of its main components is lactic acid, which is great for exfoliation purposes. It also helps increase collagen production, and collagen is crucial as it is responsible for creating connective tissue within the skin. On top of all that, lactic acid is great for keeping moisture content high on skin!

Finally, let’s talk about the main ingredient: carrot juice. It can do so many great things for the skin, so we’re going to break down its contents.

a)    Vitamin A

Vitamin A is great for acne treatment, and as an antioxidant, it prevents excess free radical production. It is also great for anti-aging purposes.

b)    Vitamin C

This versatile nutrient helps boost the production of collagen, helping to firm skin and fix brown, discolored spots. It can also bring down redness and inflammation

c)    Vitamin E

This antioxidant provides much-needed hydration to the skin. They can also help clear up dark spots and scars.

d)    Vitamin K

Also an antioxidant, this vitamin is great for limiting free radical production, just like vitamin A.

e)    Beta-carotene

This component clears away dried or dead skin and keeps moisture firmly locked in so your face is hydrated. It’s good for skin cell renewal.

f)     Potassium

Simply put, potassium is excellent for moisture and hydration.

4.    How To Make Natural Botox: Method Two

This second natural Botox treatment was designed by the famous Dr. Oz. It’s faster to do and easier to complete, but do note that results may not be as significant as with method one. Here are the ingredients you need.

Now you know your ingredients, so it’s time to learn how to make this natural Botox with only three ingredients. Here is a step-by-step guide!

Dr. Oz’s banana Botox mask is extremely simple to use, and it’s great for refreshing the skin and leaving you feeling clean and smelling great. You’ll find your mood lifting quickly and your positive thinking heightened with this mask as it treats your skin and smooths wrinkles!

5.    Why Method Two Works

Yogurt is a fantastic ingredient for a natural Botox mask because it contains lactic acid. This acid gets rid of dead skin in a soothing, exfoliating manner. It can help the skin to glow, moisturize the surface, and soften skin. It rejuvenates and prevents future breakouts, all while having tons of anti-aging positive sides!

Meanwhile, raw honey doesn’t just moisturize. It also has restorative properties that make it a fantastic cleanser. It softens the skin for a glowing face, reduces lines and wrinkles, and helps to reduce inflammation and redness. Raw honey can give your whole look a lift while relieving dryness!

Finally, there’s the banana. There’s very little that it can’t do for your face! It reduces oil, moisturizes the skin, helps treat acne, and even helps with dark spots. There’s a reason this fruit is so commonly considered nature’s positive, organic Botox. All its anti-aging properties are incredible for the skin. Here’s a breakdown of each component and how it works.

a)    Vitamin A

This vitamin helps to smooth the skin while healing damage, reducing scarring and spots in the process.

b)    Vitamin B

A collection of B-vitamins within bananas prevent stress by halting free radical production.

c)    Vitamin C

Crucial in collagen production, this vitamin controls the oil on the skin while reducing free radical production.

d)    Vitamin E

This vitamin slows aging and helps to prevent free radicals from taking root. It can also shield the skin from sun damage.

e)    Amino acid

This nourishing nutrient helps to boost connective tissue, allowing your skin to stay elastic while still being strong.

f)     Lectin

Lectin helps you fights off bad bacteria, thus keeping your face pimple-free.

g)    Potassium

The most famous nutrient in a banana, potassium provides moisture and hydration to facial skin.

h)    Zinc

This mineral guards against acne by fighting germs of all kinds, thus keeping your face cleaner and clearer.

Final Thoughts On How To Make A Natural Botox With Only Three Ingredients

Aging is a natural process for the skin. Trying to stop it by pumping your face full of Botox may not have the effects you seek. It’s a pity that many people see it as their only option, as there are so many less invasive methods that can do the same job in a more natural way.

Skincare is the most crucial part of fighting the negative side of aging. Taking care of your body, your mind, and your overall health is truly the only way to really avoid the nastiest parts of getting older. No amount of forceful procedures can undo neglect!

Now that you know how to make a natural Botox with only three ingredients, you can skip a trip to a doctor or surgeon’s office and focus on aging gracefully. With patience, you’ll have the skin you’ve always dreamed of, thanks to cheap ingredients you already had in your kitchen!
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