Welcome to: Skin Care
I make this eye cream every year for all of the ladies in my family. Every year I get requests for more. I make it as an eye cream, but some of the ladies even use it as a face cream. It is very soothing and cooling, it relieves puffiness and it doesn’t cause breakouts.
(all skin types, especially good for acne prone skin)
This skin calming recipe will leave the skin feeling soft and rejuvenated. The lemon balm’s anti-bacterial properties and the mint’s natural salicylic acid aids in the healing and preventing of pimples.
Shea Butter is highly in demand due to its incredible properties and healing effects. This butter is made from extracts collected from the Shea tree (Vitellaria paradoxa). The word Shea is derived from “si” a name of the tree in Bamana language of Mali, which is a landlocked country in Western Africa.
Perfect for acne prone skin, both Lavender and Chamomile has antibacterial and antiseptic properties which helps the skin to heal. Use this beauty treatment to cleanse the skin of impurities, reduce redness and swelling.
Throughout the centuries, legendary beauties have used honey as part of their skin and hair care treatments. Cleopatra was famous for her milk and honey baths, and Poppea, wife of Roman Emperor Nero, used a honey and milk lotion on her face to keep her looking youthful. By the time cosmetics were beginning to be mass produced in the late 1800s, honey was a popular ingredient.
Aloe Vera is an incredible desert plant. The Aloe Vera plant has been a popular healing remedy for many different types of diseases and conditions and also as an aid in the promotion of greater health. It can cure and sooth burns, clean wounds and even increase healing when applied to a cut. For internal uses it can help digestion and prevent stomach, intestine problems from occurring. Here are some tips and benefits of Aloe Vera for use of the cactus and how it can help you.
You must have heard your parents emphasizing about a vitamin rich diet. These vitamins boost our body’s immune system and are very essential for the health of our skin. Skin care researches have shown evidence that vitamin C can help in treating skin problems like sun spots, burns, wrinkles, blemishes, age spots and even other hyper pigmentation issues. This water soluble vitamin, also known as ascorbic acid is not produced by our body and thus has to be included in our daily diet.
Blackheads are the small spots that malign your flawless skin! Fortunately, with an effective skin care routine combined with the right products, you can fight the appearance of blackheads and get rid of them altogether.
My wife and I are unconventional parents. We didn’t vaccinate our children. They don’t go to public school. We don’t let them drink their weight in soda. And we make them eat their sunscreen. Before you report me to Child Protective Services, let me assure you that I’m not talking about the conventional, synthetic sun block that is loaded with poisons. I’m talking about edible sun block in the form of carotenoids.