Without a doubt, one of the best things I ever did for my skin was to start making my own scrubs. The stuff at the store is chock full of stuff that's bad for your skin - all sorts of chemicals and alcohol. Yuck. Do your skin a favor... Go out and buy a mason jar. Add coarse sea salt, olive oil, almond oil, and if you can find it - jojoba oil. Use daily. Love your skin again. I add the olive oil and jojoba oil first to the salt and then add as much almond oil as I need to make it smell great. W Olive Oil, Chock Full, Homemade Body Scrubs, Almond Oil, Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Sea Salts, Mason Jars, Coarse Sea
olive oil scrub - ideal for all skin types, go easy and scrub light! Use Leonardo Olive oil for this preparation which is ideal for massage as well. You can use sea salt crystals for this as well, to use on rough skin patches like heels, ankles, elbows and knees.
#Beautytip: prepara en casa un maravilloso #exfoliante para el cuerpo. Mezcla miel + aceite de oliva + azucar moreno y aplícalo con suaves movimientos circulares por todo el cuerpo. Retíralo con agua tibia. Conseguirás una piel suave y luminosa. #Estética Médica Pentinel
Olive oil hair treatment. Just put 2-3 tablespoons (depending on hair length and thickness) on hair and scalp. Massage well starting at the scalp and then work into the hair. Wrap hair in towel, le - Click image to find more hair & beauty Pinterest pins
MOISTURIZE dry skin :: two teaspoons of coconut butter and 10 drops of extra virgin olive oil together in a bowl using the back of a spoon. Apply a thin layer anywhere skin feels dry once or twice a week. Use this on my lips, legs, arms, elbows, and hands.
asiest recipe ever: Mix coarse sea salt or brown or white sugar with enough olive oil or grapeseed oil to easily spread it around on your skin. And always scrub after washing your body with soap; the oils will sink into clean skin and hydrate it.