Oats As A Beauty Regimen
When it comes to beauty and skincare products, oats and oatmeal have long been a favorite ingredient. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, oats are an effective home remedy for relieving itchy skin. Oats are also a popular option for natural face masks or scrubs, whether bought in-store or created at home. (Mix oats with a tiny bit of salt and water for a DIY scrub.)
More Ways To Use Oats
Some other surprising ways to tap into the power of the versatile grain? Put an open bowl of oats in your fridge to help eliminate stinky smells; Mix rolled oats with flour and add a bit of water and food coloring to create molding clay for your kids to play with; Or, add oats to ground beef to get more bang for your buck when making meatloaf or meatballs.
Surprising Uses For Leftover Oats
Who knew they could cut down on fridge smells?
4 Surprising Life Hacks For Leftover Oats – Presented By Quaker
How To Make Play Dough With Oats
An easy DIY project to satisfy your curious kids.
How To Make Play Dough with Quaker® Oats | Quaker®
Indulge In A Do-It-Yourself Oatmeal Bath
It's easy, and could relieve itchy skin.
How To Make An Oatmeal Bath | Quaker®
How To Make Meatloaf With Oats
Because oats aren't just breakfast food.
How to Make Meatloaf with Oats | Quaker®
Wake up with an Oatmeal Latte
Bring the coffee shop home with this delicious brew
How to make an Oatmeal Latte | Quaker®
Oat Dog Treats
Give your dog a wholesome treat
Fun to make snacks for your canine friend
How to make Oat Dog Treats | Quaker®
Make your own artisanal soap with Quaker® Oats
Do-it-yourself soap with 4 simple ingredients
How to make soap with Quaker® Oats | Quaker®