Welcome to: Skin Care
This homemade foot scrub will leave your feet feeling soft and smooth. The rosemary disinfects, the peppermint helps with circulation and the salt removes dirt and toxins while being a good base for a scrubbing agent.
Got combination skin? This is a common skin type – it’s the kind that can be both oily and dry at the same time. If you’re not sure whether yours is either only oily or dry, here’s a guide to help you determine if you’re a Combo girl. (made that up.:)
The quest for a healthy glowing skin need not cost an arm and a leg. Tried and tested remedies for the most common beauty problems can be found in your kitchen. 10 Budget beauty secrets.
Have you ever had days when your skin just feels blah? Perhaps you just need to refresh and rejuvenate it the natural way! I’m sure many of us have been using used store-bought astringents to cleanse and wake up tired skin but they can be way too strong.
Astringents are used to firm and tone the skin. They constrict the pores and create a protective layer of firm tissue to fight against natural elements. However, some astringents can be harsh due to their alcohol content, thus, drying the skin. So why not create your own astringent at home?
Today’s recipe uses non-drying ingredients — witch hazel, lemon juice and, don’t be surprised – tea!
Tired from a long day’s work? Kick off those heels. We’ll show you how you can care for your tired, abused feet with a homemade foot soak.
We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again – our feet deserve all the care and attention just like our face or hair. Tired, dry, aching or even itching feet screams some serious pampering so “listen” to what your feet tell you. If you feel like they need a break, well, chances are, they do need a break!
Soak your feet in a warm, relaxing foot soak to soothe them.
Fretting over large pores? While large skin pores are usually genetic or a result of our lack of proper skin care, it is a major cause of skin issue among us women. Yes, we understand our pores or skin glands have a great purpose, (the secretions from the pores of the skin is one of the important immune defenses of the body that protects the inside from the external environment reducing the chance of infection) but large pores are just unpleasant to look at.
A Tribute To A Working Woman’s Hands And Feet
Women of this generation have their hands full – literally.
Today, we’re busy climbing the corporate ladder, running a business, traveling for a cause, saving the world! It’s amazing how much stuff we juggle and to some this is admirable, but the truth is, many of us are just beat.
Nowadays, it’s a luxury to be able relax, breathe, and be pampered. And special pampering is what the busy working woman’s hands and feet need!
Why wait for autumn to roll around before getting the pumpkins out, when we can enjoy its health benefits today? In fact, pumpkins are lovely natural ingredients for anybody looking for a healthier glow!
Often, due to the dry, cold winter weather, our feet become dry, cracked or callused. This common problem can escalate from red, itchy and blotchy skin to painful cracks and calluses in the heels which in turn can lead to infections.
Knowing how to do a home facial using your favorite homemade facial recipes is a brilliant way of giving your skin a quick pick-me-up, to exercise it by activating circulation and for bringing nutrients and oxygen to the surface. You can do a home facial using homemade face masks or you can do a steam facial. Nearly all face masks contain a high percentage of water; the rapid evaporation that follows application causes them to be cooling, soothing and contracting. Doing a home facial is an excellent way to pamper yourself, relax, and improve your complexion.