Do you currently use a toner daily? Is it something you’d like to give a try?
They are easy to make, but make sure to make small quantities as they don't have a long shelf life!
Learn how to do these black and white puzzle nails. So easy!
Learn a quick & simple trick for temporarily converting a scarf into a headband without destroying it.
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Dr Oz: Milk & Potato Undereye Bag Remedy
Dr Oz gave two great Home Remedies for getting rid of Puffy Eyes. One Undereye Bag Remedy is to use cold whole milk (yes, whole milk – not skim – you want the fat to be in the milk!), and apply it under your eyes with a cotton ball for 10 minutes. This is very effective at reducing the puffiness. The second Puffy Eye Remedy is to apply cold Potato Slices over your eyes for about 10 minutes. We have all heard and seen people do this with cucumber slices, but potatoes are better because they stay cool for longer and they have an astringent that helps to remove the water from under your eyes. I have tried a very similar Puffy Eye Remedy that uses grated potatoes, click here to read about it: Under Eye Bags Remedy.
This would be a very fun project to tackle with any tweens or teenagers you have in the house. Easier then one might think!
This Repairing Face Cream is perfect. Green tea has been known to repair some sun damage and possibly reduce signs of aging. Plus, it smells yummy.
DIY All Natural Moisturizing Cream.
1/2 C. Coconut Oil
1 1/4 C. Cocoa Butter
4 T. Extra Virgin Olive Oil