With chapped lips, you reach for that tube of lip balm you bought at the drugstore or health food store. Sure, it feels better, but what if you're going through several expensive tubes this season? Is there a cheaper or more natural way?
Adding herbal salts to exfoliate and soothe your skin makes a hot bath even better. And we all have that someone on our list who's hard to buy for... so give them the gift of natural relaxation this year with some DIY bath salts!
Guess what's a dead giveaway that we're feeling tired, stressed, eating more sugar, and getting less sleep during the holidays? Our skin. Show your best face throughout the holiday season with this relaxing and brightening honey face mask.
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Would you like another reason to justify your love of chocolate? Cacao is a rich source of skin-protecting vitamins and antioxidants -- so make this exfoliating scrub to nourish your skin. I dare you not to eat it in the shower!
Maybe you reach for a cup of relaxing herbal tea or a glass of wine. Maybe you unwind with a good book or TV show. While all those sound wonderful, may I humbly suggest a hot shower or bath, then slathering your skin with *these* hard lotion bars?
It is amazingly simple to turn hard chunks of raw cacao butter into a fluffy and silky whipped body butter that sinks into skin in a matter of minutes. Using cacao butter for skin will reap you 2 benefits: your skin will be soft and silky, and you'll also smell like irresistible chocolate!
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Not so long ago, my vanity shelf was lined with bottles of half-empty cleansers and exfoliating scrubs. I tossed them all once I learned about exfoliating with coconut sugar! Gently scrub away dead skin, pollutants, and grime easily and naturally!
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Have you ever struggled with dry hair or a dry, flaky and itchy scalp? A deep conditioning treatment using coconut oil for hair, plus 2 other healthy-hair oils, can help with an itchy, flaky scalp, dandruff, or crusty hair.
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