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Quick Egg Mask

It's the weekend, the perfect time to spoil your skin.  How about trying this cheap and easy home made recipe? I think it would be best to do this outside or in your bathroom.  It may get messy! If you have dry skin, smear some natural honey all over your face before spreading a beaten egg white all over your face after the honey.   If you have oily skin,  beat 1/2 teaspoon of lemon juice into the lightly beaten egg white, and spread this all over your face. Do not use the honey first. Leave the egg white on your skin for 20 mins hen rise off with warm water and pat dry.  This mask should tighten and tone...

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Bright Eyes and Gastro...

Do you have dark circles or shadows under your eyes? Then try this easy remedy :) Juice 1 potato. Place pulp in a clean cloth. Squeeze juice into a cup and pulp into the compost bin. Dip cotton wool balls into juice and dab on your skin under the eyes. NOT in the eyes. Leave on for about 30 mins. Rinse with warm water and gently dab dry. Do this regularly. Then drink the juice it is said to be an excellent natural remedy for gastro and as an alkaline it may be helpful in neutralising stomach acids.  Potatoes contain the enzyme catecholase which is used in many commercial cosmetics as a skin brightener. They also contain a significant amount of beta-carotene, vitamin...

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Facial Cleanser Cacao +

Handmade with full cream milk powder, organic cacao powder, organic fine corn meal, smashed oats, Australian pink clay, rice bran flour with smashed rose buds. Delightfully chocolatey and so good for your skin and loved by just about everyone.  Dare to be different, embrace change and put some love back into your skin. Moisten your skin with warm water. To cleanse put a small amount of scrub into your hand and add a dribble of warm water to form a spreadable paste. Massage into the skin avoiding the eye area with gentle circular motions for a few minutes. Rinse away with warm water. To use as a mask, simply add up to a tablespoon of natural honey instead of water...

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