Cold feet are one of winter's most annoying -- and common -- afflictions. Don't plunge them into a hot bath, which can dry the skin. Instead, cover your tootsies into a rich blend of warm, wintry spices. Cayenne, cinnamon, and ginger are all circulation boosters and mild stimulants. Applied topically, they increase blood flow, relieving chill and numbness. Use them to make a simple foot mask, which combines spices, skin-soothing ingredients such as oatmeal and honey, and the invigorating…
Add marbles to your foot soak for a nice self foot massage! Just roll your feet over the marbles. Author says, "A foot massage stimulates blood flow and soothes tired muscles, both of which are vital for your well-being."
Do this before the wedding day (or any normal day) ! 1 cup brown sugar, 1 cup raw oatmeal, 1 cup olive oil. mix and apply to skin gently and rinse off in shower. skin will feel like butter... cant wait to try it!;
Combine 2 Tbsp sour cream with 2 Tbsp honey and 1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar or lemon juice. Apply to your cleansed face and leave on for 20 minutes. Rinse with tepid water followed by a cool (not cold) rinse. This mask can be done twice a week. This mask heals, exfoliates, brightens and moisturizes skin. It refines pores, fades acne marks and prevents blemishes from coming up, says Macan-Graves.