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Soothing Oatmeal Face Mask This mask can be used by anyone, especially people with sensitive or dry skin. The recipe makes enough for one face mask.
Under-Eye Bag Lady Treatment When brewing yourself a lovely cup a tea, make two: One for you and one to treat your puffy under-eye bags! Green tea, ginger, and cucumber team up here for a soothing brew for your eyes. Let it cool off thoroughly before you use it.
Exfoliating Facial Sea Salt Scrub You can use sea salt as an exfoliant. Don't try this with table salt -- you need the coarser granules of sea salt for this recipe. Apple cider vinegar acts as an astringent. Mint may help with inflammation.
Lip and Cheek Stain If you forget to reserve the liquid from cooking your beets, you can boil the skins that you peel from your beets.
Papaya No-More-Pores Double Mask Treatment This mask’s slight bleaching action helps even skin tone and leaves skin with a wonderful glow. The papaya and pineapple help to dissolve and lift away dry scaly skin, which, over time, can build up on your skin and leave a dull appearance.