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Autumn Ingredient DIY Skin Care

Take some time for yourself by indulging in one (or all!) of these amazing at-home skin care recipes that will give you a taste of fall year-round. Autumn signals a time to begin slowing down as the days shorten, the temperature drops and Mother Nature puts on a fanciful foliage show.   APPLE-CIDER VINEGAR Great for blocked pores, unprocessed and unheated organic apple-cider vinegar–which is a light brown, cloudy liquid—helps prevent inflammation and contains malic acid a natural alpha-hydroxy acid,…
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8 Do-It-Yourself Ways To Reduce Redness

Skin is often easily irritated and once those angry red imperfections have set up camp, they are reluctant to leave. If you’re prone to redness and irritation, here are some home remedies that are worth trying before bringing in the big guns. Consistent, good skin care habits are a good place to start. Be sure to wash your face with a gentle cleanser before bed each night and exfoliate regularly to remove dead skin cells and irritating bacteria. Add a…
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5 Ways You Can Afford Organic Skin Care

1. Raid your kitchen – Get back in to basics while doing your body and the planet good. The following ingredients are readily available, cheap and they work! – Olive Oil – Some swear by no other moisturizer than this; in fact, I’ve used nothing but organic [cold-pressed] olive oil to cleanse and moisturize my face for the last 2 years and my skin looks and feels great. It’s also an excellent eye makeup remover. To use as a body…
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6 Organic Skin Care Ingredients in Your Kitchen

1. Olive Oil – In addition to being a natural, hypoallergenic way to moisturize skin, extra virgin olive oil has the added advantage of providing strong antioxidants. Vitamins A and E help repair and renew skin that has been damaged and stimulate cells to return skin to a firmer, smoother, and healthier state. There are numerous uses for olive oil, so many that it has its own post – “The Many Uses of Oilve Oil in Skin Care”. 2. Oatmeal…
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At-Home Affordable Ways To Get Rid Of Dark Circles

All kinds of things cause those unflattering dark circles under our eyes. Yes, our eyes. The ones that make us look even more tired and haggard than we already are. Lack of sleep, stress, age, even diet can contribute to dark circles; not to mention smoking, caffeine, dehydration, sun exposure, allergies and illness. Perhaps it would take less time to list what doesn’t cause dark circles…. Regardless of how they came to be, what do we do about them? More…
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Do-It-Yourself Remedies To Reduce Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Wrinkles are a natural result of aging. No doubt we will all accumulate some,but many of us don’t celebrate their appearance. I would like to accumulate the knowledge and wisdom age provides, but look like a fresh-faced 17-year-old. I’m not so dedicated, however, that I’m willing to spend hundreds or even thousands to achieve that look of eternal youth. Instead of buying expensive potions or signing up to have my face lifted, here are a few suggested ways to fight…
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At-Home Facial Peels For Younger Looking Skin

Most of us are looking for younger, healthier, more vibrant skin. Many of us don’t have the money to drop on expensive cosmetic procedures and would like to explore organic skin care. Facial peels have long been used to achieve a smoother, more youthful skin. They involve applying a concentrated acid to the skin to dissolve the top layers of dead skin cells. Unfortunately, peels can be pricey, anywhere from $75 to $2,000 depending on what you’re having done and…
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At-Home Remedies For Removing Under Eye Bags & Reducing Puffiness

As I sat down to put my make-up on the other day, I noticed horrible bags under my eyes. I’m kind of hoping I caught myself at a bad angle, that the play of light and shadow from my bedroom window was accentuating my flaws and they’re not really that bad. Regardless, they were there, extra luggage on my face, baggage that says I’m overtired and getting old. Screw that! So I did a little research and was pleasantly surprised…
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