Winter is harsh to our skin, but simple face masks can help you with that. Here are a few recipes for normal, dry and oily skin that will soothe and nourish. 🙂
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.
Fall is here, so we’ll start with some fall-inspired skin care items. Exfoliation is very important for healthy and glowy skin, so use face and body scrubs once or even twice a week. But to change this a bit, I will share some re-creations of scrubs published in various ebooks. If you’ve ever browsed Amazon Kindle’s store, you know there are thousands of great ebooks about natural handmade and homemade skin care products, so why not give them a try? 🙂
Summer is ending soon, but we can still enjoy the summer vibes in later months. Here are a few ideas for summer inspired bath bombs, but also for some easy bath treats that can be made by (and for) kids. Enjoy!