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Clear skin diet: Foods that bring acne relief

Clear Skin Diet

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What to eat to clear up your skin and give it a prettier glow

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Tuesday Ten: Flat Belly Foods

10 Flat Belly Foods

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Tuesday Ten: Acne Fighting Foods

Top 10 Acne Fighting Foods #Skincare

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Dorm Room Spa: 3 Easy DIY Beauty Recipes to Try

The Miracle Mask This DIY mask, made of nutmeg, honey, and cinnamon, is calming and soothing for stressed-out skin – in addition, it smells absolutely amazing! The secret? Nutmeg and honey act as natural anti-inflammatories, which can reduce swelling and redness in skin. They’re also great for soothing acne scars and preventing infection. In addition, the nutmeg and cinnamon also work to exfoliate your skin when you wash this mask off.

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Daily motivation (25 photos)

eat this during a craving instead.

honey cinnamon mask= only 2 ingredients. Great for clearing skin, detoxification, and bringing oxygen to the skin.


Health & Wellness - Fitness, Diet & Relationships

7 Foods for Healthy Skin

DIY & Craftsfrom DIY & Crafts

Amazing Miracle Mask You Can Make at Home

If your skin is stressed out, you will begin to notice that it looks tired and maybe even a bit red and puffy. A great way to relax stressed skin and give it a healthier glow is to use a mask that is designed to release stress and reduce swelling. Photo shows Ceara applying the mask! Check out...

Lauren Conradfrom Lauren Conrad

Tuesday Ten: Foods for Heavenly Hair

10 Foods for Heavenly Hair

Healthy Habits. My job as a makeup artist will be to enhance the beauty that people naturally attain. Living a healthy lifestyle will effect this no matter what. Greasy foods lead to oily skin, while drinking more water can clear skin. If you don't treat your skin right, the makeup won't look right.

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…