An Easy, Hydrating Facial Scrub Recipe Using What’s in Your Kitchen

This facial scrub is so delicious you will want to eat it!   To begin, rinse your face and neck with warm water and then gently apply the mask in gentle, circular motions.  When you are done, rinse with icy cold water – but don’t wash with any face cleaner.  You will want to leave it on for the night.

3 tablespoons sugar  a great scrub to remove dead cells and make way for new ones

4 tablespoons olive oil – soothing and moisturizing

2 tablespoons honey – antibiotic and soothing

Juice from half a lemon – citric acids clears away old skin allowing for regeneration

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Nutritional Yeast – What is it and Why Does it Prevent Aging?

Nutritional yeast looks like wheat germ and tastes like a nutty, flaky, grated cheddar cheese. It is made from a single celled organism sporting the impressive name: Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, which is grown on molasses and then harvested, washed and dried with heat to kill or ‘deactivate’ it.  Because it is inactive, it doesn’t froth or grow like baking yeast.  Don’t confuse it with Brewar’s Yeast as it has nothing in common AND, it will not give you a yeast infection (as many misguided people believe!). Continue reading

Exfoliating 3-4 Times a Week Will Prevent Wrinkles

As we age, our ability to effectively slosh off dead skin cells naturally fades.  However, if you are vigilant with exfoliation you don’t need to worry!  Here are some reasons why exfoliation is important: Continue reading