Foods high in salt or preservatives will make your skin dry and puffy. On the other hand, food rich in
The key to using oils and butters successfully is to find the right one for your skin, in the right type of
Learn in one minute how to make a wonderful face toner that closes pores, cleanses your skin and leaves your skin looking healthy and bright. You will love it!
This face mask It is super high in vitamins and minerals. Helps tone and moisturize the skin, Soothes inflamed skin, can help open up clogged pores and helps to remove toxins from the skin
2 Tablespoons of Kelp powder
1 Tablespoon of water
The gel of 1 aloe leaf or 1/4 of the gel from bottle
Mix 2 tablespoons of kelp powder with about 1 tablespoon of water. Mix until you have a paste. Add the juice from one aloe leaf. Mix everything together. Apply to face and leave on for about 15-20 minutes. Remove with warm water and pat your face dry. Follow up with a moisturizer.
Elder flowers (Sambucus canadensis, S. nigra) are soothing and healing for the skin. Try this fresh, easy-to-make herbal recipe to smooth your skin, condition your hair, and rejuvenate your entire body.
Place elderflowers in a stainless steel or enamel saucepan and cover with fresh spring or distilled water. Cover and slowly heat to just below a simmer. Turn the heat as low as it will go and continue heating for about ten minutes tightly covered. Turn off the heat and allow all to sit, covered, overnight. The next morning, strain the infusion off. You will need to strain at least twice through muslin or kitchen towel to remove all the floating debris. Add a quarter of the volume in alcohol as a preservative. Bottle and keep in a cool dark place.
LEARN HOW TO USE HERBS AND SPICES IN YOUR KITCHEN TO STAY HEALTHY (RECIPES INCLUDED).
Did you Know:
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Dr. Toni is a Best-selling author, Holistic Health Practitioner (HHP) & Registered Herbalist in San Diego, California. She holds a PhD in psychology, and a Clinical Herbalist Certificate, an HHP certificate and is a Certified Trainer in the Success Principles. In private practice as a HHP for over 14 years, she has been influenced by a variety of clinical modalities and orientations, and by the diverse life experiences of her clients. Toni’s approach to healing is holistic & transpersonal. In her work, she integrates the principles of Eastern and Western nutrition, herbololgy, energy medicine, Buddhist mindfulness and personal counseling to assist others in working through their physical or emotional blocks to attain optimal health.