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DIY Swimmer's Ear Drops

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Make your own swimmer's ear drops

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Champagne Toner Recipe

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Don’t throw that half full bottle of champagne away! Keep it and make a oily busting facial toner. Quiet as it is kept, champagne isn’t just good for drinking. Champagne contains the potent antioxidant resveratrol and can be used to create a quick facial toner. The polyphenols in champagne can help reduce skin redness and inflammation.

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Parsley Tea for Clear Skin

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Parsley cleans the body from within and can help with acne. Parsley is rich in antioxidants, vitamins A, C and E. One of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to include parsley into your diet is by making parsley tea.

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DIY Lavender Hand Soak

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DIY Lavender Hand Soak Giving yourself a manicure at home is not only economically wise, it’s relaxing and a quick way to pamper yourself. When you go to a nail shop, they usually soak your hands warm soapy water.  If the water is soapy, in most cases it contains some sort of detergent which can dry your hands and cuticles out. No wonder your cuticles need attention in just a few weeks after getting a manicure. One of the most effective ways of moisturizing your hand and nails is not to soak in soapy water, but to soak your hands...

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Easy Aloe & Bentonite Clay Mask Recipe

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Aloe & Bentonite Clay Mask Recipe Bentonite Clay is one of the best clays that money can buy. It works like a magnet by drawing toxins from the skin while feeding the skin loads of minerals and vitamins. When combined with Aloe Vera, bentonite clay becomes a soothing and healing face mask. Aloe Vera is one of my favorite ingredients. I use Aloe Vera extract in my Aloe & Green Tea Body Butter. As a kid, I was told to rub Aloe Vera directly from the aloe plant on my skin whenever I got a scrape, bruise or burn. The...

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