1/4 Cup Yogurt
3 T Honey
3 T Puréed Pumpkin OR
3 T Puréed Carrots
Use canned (nothing added), or slightly-cooked pumpkin or carrots. Drain, and purée in a blender. Pour into a
1 T Marigold flowers
1 T Chamomile flowers
1/2 C Water
Almond oil, as much as is necessary
1 T Carrots, well-mashed
1 T Lecithin granules
1 tsp. Wheat germ oil
Quantity: 1-2 masks
A vegetable used for it's cooling and astringent properties. Try a couple of slices for your tired eyes.
- 1 medium Cucumber, peeled and cut up into pieces
4 drops tincture of Benzoin (known to be STRONG sensitizer)
2 oz. coconut or sweet almond oil
1 1/2 oz. orange flower water and 1 or 2 drops orange oil
20 fl. oz. Almond oil
16 fl. oz. Rosewater to which have been added 1 oz. dried red Rose petals, this soaked for 3 days, then strained out and removed
It's always a great time to revamp your skin care routine! Here is a fantastic multi-purpose recipe that can be used as a facial cleanser, a face mask, a
Happy Mother’s Day! Use this simple fruit mask to nourish, brighten, remove toxins, and lightly exfoliate the skin. Perfect for pampering on Mother’s Day or once a week!
Potatoes are great to use for eye issues such as eye bags and dark circles. Chilled raw potato helps reduce puffiness (potatoes are astringent, and the coldness helps too).
Bananas are a good fruit to use in masks during the cooler months, when other fruits are not readily available. They are also great to use year round!
1 T Applesauce
1 T Wheat Germ
Purée apple in a blender or add applesauce to a small bowl. Mix in the wheat germ to form a paste.
Apply to washed,