Long time, so see we could say. 😀 This is why I’m presenting you an interesting topic for all crafters and users of homemade skin care products. We will talk about the difference between cold and hot pressed oil. Since this topic is broad, we will tell you more about cold pressed and cold extracted oils in the next article (next week). 🙂
Valentine’s day is coming and I have a few ideas for a special surprise. Many skin care can be easily done in less than an hour, so it would be sin not to try them. 😉
I don’t know about you, but my hands are very sensitive during winter. This is why I decided to make a gentle and soothing body scrub that can be used for hands or other body parts that need some exfoliation. Oats are soothing and exfoliating, so they will be a great ingredient for this recipe. Another ingredient is honey that has anti-microbial properties, so it will help heal any small damages. The last ingredient is oil, I chose olive oil. It’s used for a smoother application, but you can skip it if oil is not something you like.
If you’re a fan of warm baths, then this post will be perfect for you. Bath bombs are usually made with simple everyday ingredients, especially citrus acid and baking soda. Some recipes also add Epsom salt and other nourishing ingredients. Give them a try. 🙂
Are you ready for another quick scrub? Today we’re making a salt scrub with the base of sea salt. This is a simple, but affordable ingredient that can be found in every pantry. Sea salt can also be substituted with other salts; some like Himalayan salt (larger crystals) and others use other rock salts.