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Beautiful Skin Home Remedies

Last Modified on Oct 10, 2014


Vitamins A   1  0   

Posted by Coty (Fortblackmore VA)

[YEA]  Vitamin A, which is found in carrots, Vitamin C found in apples and washing my skin with a mild antibacterial soap twice a day morning and night.

Water Cleanse   1  0   

Posted by Yera (Springfield, VA) on 09/07/2006

[YEA]  I use only water to clean my face. And once in a month, I use facial soap. Some time ago I used to use the daily, and I found out especially in the summer that I could not resist sunburn. My natural skin oil is my sun block. Especially those who don't have an oily face skin can benefit from this advice.

Water, Spinning in Circles   1  0   

Posted by Rene (Lakeland, Florida) on 07/09/2008

[YEA]  To keep my skin soft and smooth I drink lots of water. To keep gray hairs away I spin around about 40 spins, believe me this works, but you have to do it every day. I'm going to start using the ACV, I'll let U know my results.

Posted by Holly
Big Pine Key, Florida
08/05/2008
what do you mean by spinning in circles? sorry for my ignorance of the matter, but I want to be sure I understand. so I ask..

EC: Rene is probably referring to the Sufi practice called: Sufi Whirling... Read more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sufi_whirling

White Tea Bag Astringent   1  0   

Posted by Phyllis (Louisville, OH) on 09/10/2006

[YEA]  I bought white tea bags at the health food store. I make a cup of tea using one tea bag, instead of drinking the tea I apply it every morning after I cleanse as an astringent. I notice my wrinkles are less noticeable and have nearly disappeared. Some beauty lotions have white tea in them to make wrinkles disappear, I just make my own, less expensive and you get white tea purely

Witch Hazel, Coconut Oil   1  0   

Posted by Terri (Carlisle, PA)

[YEA]  I cleanse my face before bed with Witch Hazel (natural toner) and apply organic coconut oil very lightly. My face is so smooth and soft. I am 50 and everyone thinks that I am in my late 30's. I also use coco butter alternately. Coconut oil applied directly on an acne area will dry up the sore. Have done it many times, it works great!

Yogurt   1  0   

Posted by Nadia (France) on 02/13/2014

[SIDE EFFECTS]  Hello Earth Clinic,

I am very new to home remedy. I stopped to use chemical face wash and try to apply daily products on my face to substitute it then I give a try with yogurt mask. But after I apply yogurt, my skin become dry (normally yogurt is for dry skin, right?) Until now, I haven't found any natural product for my face.

I will be deeply grateful if you can help me. I don't want to use my chemical products back.

Thank you so much.

Posted by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
02/14/2014
Nadia, organic coconut oil works for me.
Posted by Mike62
Denver
02/14/2014
Nadia: Women all over the world just like you are getting beautiful skin from green drinks. I put 1oz organic baby greens in a blender with some water, grind them up, and drink one every 2 hours. My skin is smooth and soft. I also eat plenty of organic fruits. Sugar, nutrients, and energized water are good for the skin. Omega 3's from plants are good for the skin. I take 30g/day chia seeds. You can take flax oil.
Posted by Karen
Calgary
02/15/2014
I just wanted to let you know that if you are suffering from dry skin after washing, try the oil cleansing method. If you google it you will find lots of info. It will probably really help you. Good luck!

Posted by Rachael (Albia, Iowa) on 03/27/2011

[YEA]  yes, it's true. Applying plain non-fat yougurt to your hair and skin for 20 minutes or longer befor showering will instantly take car of dry hair and soft smooth skin. It may sound gross, but trust me, I've been using it since I was a kid, and I've never had dry skin.







 



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