To bring the glow and moisture back to your face using a scrub is a great option. This scrub is simple and can be made at home. Take some organic coconut sugar and organic coconut oil, one teaspoon of the organic coconut sugar and a teaspoon of coconut oil and mix together. Then apply to your face all over and scrub in a circular motion including your neck. After rinse with warm water and then a splash of cool water to close pours. You can repeat this 2x week.
Another great recipe to get glowing skin on your face, try this at home face mask. 1 teaspoon of coconut oil, 1 teaspoon of honey, and 1 teaspoon of lemon, mix all together and rub all over face and neck and leave on for 40 minutes. Then rinse with warm water and a splash of cool water. You can do this mask 1x week.
For your hair I suggest using organic apple cider vinegar. Take 2 cups of water and add ¼ cup of organic apple cider vinegar, 5 drops of %100 pure geranium essential oil, 5 drops of lavender essential oil. Mix all ingredients together and wash hair and rinse, then pour mixture all over your scalp and the rest of your hair. Rub into scalp gently and then leave in hair for 5 to 10 minutes, then rinse out well. No need to apply conditioner after you rinse out the mixture. As soon as you get out of shower wrap your hair in a towel and leave it wrapped for 20 minutes. Let hair air dry and only use a wide tooth comb in hair when it’s almost all dry. The next day your hair will be smooth and shiny. This rinse conditions hair and removes product build up from your hair. Repeat 1x a week unless you have really oily hair then do it 2x week.
I recently came across this wonderful shampoo and conditioner by L’Oréal. It’s called L’Oréal Paris hair expertise, arginine resist. It has strengthening action arginine protein. It nourishes root to tip, makes hair stronger and helps resist breakage. It also helps prevent hair from falling out, it also leaves hair baby soft and smooth. They also make a replenishing hair mask. You can use it 1x a week. It adds extra moisture to dry or processed hair.
For a good body scrub I use 2 cups of Epsom salts and 1\2 cup of %100 pure grape seed oil. Mix together and put it in a glass mason jar with a lid. Use all over your body to exfoliate, but not on your face. This scrub will not only exfoliate but it will also moisturize your skin.
If you’re looking for something to moisturize your nails and help them grow, and make them stronger try castor oil. Rub on nails nightly and you should start seeing results in about a week.
I hope you find my suggestions helpful. I will be back soon with more suggestions.
Written by: Patricia Roy