A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #22: Homemade Face-Lifting Mask

Egg white and lemon: excellent in a meringue, even better on your face! Eggs and lemons are two of nature’s super foods, loaded with vitamins, minerals, and protein (in the egg). But both are also excellent sources for natural skincare. If you’ve been following along so far, you already know that lemon can brighten and lighten your skin, dissolving dark spots and even freckles. But … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #22: Homemade Face-Lifting Mask

A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #10: Yogurt & Honey Mask to Reduce Redness and Irritation

Yogurt and honey make a delicious combo, especially when paired with granola. But they also make a fantastic combination for your face, especially for skin that easily reddens or chaps! When winter’s winds kick in, skin can easily become chapped, red, and irritated. Add temperature-controlled environments to the mix, and you’ve got a recipe for upset skin. And depending where you live, summertime temps can … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #10: Yogurt & Honey Mask to Reduce Redness and Irritation

A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #9: Use Lemon to Fade Skin Discolorations

It’s no secret that I love to make my own face scrubs. They’re easy to make! They don’t contain any ingredients you don’t want (chemicals, preservatives). And they can be tossed together with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen ~ but whose skin-beautifying benefits you might not know. Today’s tip is a great example: lemon juice can actually fade skin discolorations! Lemon is a … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #9: Use Lemon to Fade Skin Discolorations