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Other tips include rinsing hair with raw eggs or beer to make it appear shiny and buffering toothpaste on insect stains and bites to help heal them. Research that has dug into beauty diets, habits and rituals has found one in ten women said they would be willing to try all the odd bits if it made them look better. And 10 percent said they were a sucker for the latest beauty craze. Sleep in socks full of moisturizing milk and brushing talcum powder through the hair are also common. The extreme lengths to which women will go were revealed following a comprehensive study involving 2,000 women by skincare experts Simples.

The women in the survey also said they would be willing to pay an average of £79 for the last, all the singing and dancing of the wonder product. A spokesperson for the Simple said: “This bizarre list of beauty tips and tricks just shows the lengths some women will look beautiful and how confusing some of these tips is.

“Women have a different approach to products and beauty tips, some like to adopt the latest innovations and others prefer to stay true to what they know.

“We wanted to interview women to find out what alternative beauty treatments they use and what their approach is to the last’must have’ products.

More conventional remedies for staying juvenile looking include plenty of drinking water, milk and cranberry juice, investigation found. Other unconventional remedies include rubbing strawberries on the face to minimize the appearance of freckles and adding sugar to soap to exfoliate. Wrinkle bankruptcy tips have been listed as sleeping on your back to avoid lines on your face and investing in a silk pillowcase.

The poll dug into feminist opinions of harsh cosmetic procedures with one in five females saying those who went under the knife to stay juvenile were vain and self-centered.

Almost a third said they have “more money than meaning”.

When asked what the key to the young look was, three-quarters of women said he was maintaining a healthy diet. Two thirds acclaimed drinking plenty of water as the key to juvenile care but 57 percent said it was down to the genes you were born with. A third attributed it to a good daily beauty routine and religiously removing makeup. 14 percent devoted said they will even eat particular food lengths to stay young with broccoli being the most popular, followed by oily fish. Two-thirds said they find opposing claims of cosmetics confusion although ten percent said that “anything was worth a shot”.