This recipe can be the first step on your way towards becoming a natural beauty connoisseur.
High quality anti wrinkle eye beauty products are quite expensive. Here is one that you can do yourself at a fraction of a cost and be sure that no questionable ingredients have been added to it
An herbal oil, also called an infused or macerated oil, is created by maceration (soaking) of medicinal plant material in a vegetable oil that, over a period of time, absorbs the fat-soluble substances of the plant. This herbal oil will take 4 to 6 weeks to mature in a cool, dark spot.
Aloe Vera Oil - Aloe Vera oil is the oil that is obtained from Aloe Vera plant by the process of maceration in some carrier oil. It is not 100 % Aloe Vera, but a kind of infused oil. This oil is mostly made up of the carrier oil and some essence of Aloe Vera.
It turns out that even the companies that many believed were manufacturing chemical free, natural skin care products are actually using harmful or lesser quality ingredients. The only way to be sure that you are using safe beauty products is to make them yourself.
Make this easy DIY face cream with all organic, natural ingredients. Your new, well nourished skin will thank you!
Whipped Shea Butter is a light, soft and creamy moisturizer for your skin. Combined with an essential oil, it not only provides the sustenance that your skin need but it also smells great. It is easy to make but takes time and sometimes can cause a “freak me out moment”. It is however forgiving, meaning that you can melt it and start over…Ask me how I know…LOL.
We live in the Midwest and the winters here are brutal! My skin tends to get a little alligator-like during the cold months. So I like treat myself to an in-home spa day about once a week. This homemade body scrub is amazing! The best part is that it contains no yucky chemicals, it costs about 50 cents and takes 5 minutes to make.
It’s really hard to find a truly natural, non-toxic deodorant. Most of them contain ingredients that could possibly harm you. So do not waste your time looking for one. Instead make your own using quality ingredients of your own choice.
Calendula (Calendula Officinalis) has traditionally been used as culinary and medicinal herb for centuries. Fresh petals are edible and can be used in salads. Dried flowers can be used to add color to dishes as a replacement for more expensive saffron.