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Organic Body Care Recipes:
175 Homemade Herbal Formulas for Glowing Skin & a Vibrant Self

Radiantly healthy skin, hair, feet, hands, eyes, and nails. Commercial beauty products make this promise every day and live up to it with varying degrees of success. Stephanie Tourles offers a better solution to everyone frustrated with the endless cycle of expensive, synthetic, famous-name cosmetics that often fall short of expectations.

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The book's whole-body coverage also includes recipes for hand and footcare, nail treatments, shaving cream, and even popular spa treatments such as microdermabrasion exfoliants, detox and cellulite soaks, ayurvedic oils, and herbal cold salves.

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Old Time Remedy for Wrinkles:
2 ounces of honey
1 ounce finely grated paraffin wax
2 ounces of juice from lily bulbs
Mix the above in a bowl.  Blend well with a whisk. 
You can add  a couple drops of your favorite essence oil or cologne.

Strain and put in a small jar with cover. 
Put this mixture on your face and neck at night and leave on for about 1 hour. 
 Rinse well. This will keep for about a week.


Another Old Time remedy for wrinkles:

Gather violets, at least a handful. Pour boiling milk   over the flowers,  let set and mix.   Apply this mixture to your skin.
The recipe does not say for how long or if to rinse, so you may need to experiment with this one!




GREEN BEAUTY RECIPES:
Easy Homemade Recipes to Make Your Own Organic and Natural Skin Care, Hair Care and Body Care Products
Learn insider secrets to making your own organic and natural skin care, hair care, and spa products.
You will learn which vegetable oils, herbs, floral waters, essential oils, plant-based emulsifiers, and natural preservatives to use, how to pack and label your own beauty products, and how to store them safely.
The book contains more than 250 recipes and step-by-step techniques used by the author, holistic nutritionist Julie Gabriel (THE GREEN BEAUTY GUIDE) to create her own organic skincare line, Petite Marie Organics.
Free of artificial ingredients and based on traditional beauty wisdom, recipes and advice in this book are easy to follow and cost very little to prepare. Practical, straightforward, and fun, these recipes are equally suitable for green beauty enthusiasts as well as professional beauty practitioners.
After reading this book, you will be able to create your own creams, lotions, cleansers, toners, masks, hair treatments, sun protection and baby care products.
Facial cleansers, moisturizers, anti aging serums, sun protection lotions, hair treatments, and even deodorants can be prepared easily at home using only natural, easily available ingredients.

In just minutes, you will be able to prepare a green, organic beauty product at a fraction of a cost of conventional chemical brew.

You can pamper yourself head to toe with luxurious hair masks, deep cleansing home facials, aromatic massage oils, nourishing body lotions, and age-rewinding moisturizers in the most natural, luxuriously green way!

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Disclaimer from Food Fun and Facts:
Remember that you try the old time remedies at your own risk!
Certain people are allergic to many items, so be sure to read the  ingredients. For example,if you are allergic to honey, or allergic to bees, you do not want to use any honey products to eat or to put on your skin.
Be sure to contact your doctor before using natural remedies.
 Food Fun and Facts is not responsible for any interactions or harm to person from trying these old remedies.
Use the remedies at your own risk.





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Beauty Regimens That Wont Break the Bank

(Family Features) When it comes to looking your best, it’s easy to spend a fortune. With manicures, pedicures, hair stylist appointments and facials, you can quickly run through your budget. Here are a few tricks to save money while looking great:

Skip the manicurist. Regular manicures and pedicures can be expensive, but if you’re willing to purchase the tools up front, you can save a great deal over time. To get started, follow these step-by-step instructions:

Beginning with clean nails, file or cut the nail into shape. Next, soak your nails in a bowl of warm water for about 3 minutes; for pedicures, soak feet a bit longer. Follow the soaking with a moisturizing lotion or cream. To get rid of dry skin on your feet, use a scrub or foot file. Then, using a cuticle remover, push the cuticle away from the nail gently; carefully trim any excess. Follow this process by adding polish to your nails, but before you do so, remove any oil with nail polish remover using a cotton swab, so as to protect the cuticle area. Apply a base coat, two coats of color and finish with a top coat.

Get healthy hair at home. Every woman wants beautiful, touchable hair, but for many, other hair concerns crop up as well, such as dandruff. A recent survey conducted by www.AskMen.com, found that one in three men admits to being put off by their wife or girlfriend’s dandruff issues. In addition, 95 percent would like their mate’s help when choosing a product that will rid them of their own dandruff issues.
 
To get rid of dandruff, look to an affordable multi-tasking product, such as the new line of shampoos and conditioners from Suave  Scalp Solutions. This line fights flakes while also providing the benefits of a professional product by giving your hair the care it needs, leaving it soft, shiny and beautiful for no more than $4.00. The line of shampoo and conditioners are available in three scents: Nourishing Coconut and Shea Butter, Invigorating Mint and Eucalyptus and Invigorating Ocean Minerals and Aloe Vera 2-in-1.

Give yourself a facial. Opting for home facials can also help ease the burden of a beauty budget as well. Even the most basic of routines can really make a difference. Start by cleansing the skin and removing any makeup. Fill a pan with water and bring to a boil. Use a bath towel and drape it over the back of your head, then slowly and carefully lower your face over the steaming pot for several minutes.
 
Next you can use a gentle facial scrub, or you can make your own using 1 tablespoon of ground steel-cut oatmeal, 1 teaspoon of lemon juice and 2 teaspoons of yogurt. If you’re looking to create a facial and body scrub, try mixing 1 teaspoon of honey with 1/2 teaspoon of sugar and apply before stepping into the shower.

Remember that the key to great skin is moisture, so be sure to apply body lotion and facial moisturizer just after you towel dry skin.

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