Explore Yeah Jena, Ways Heck, and more!

Explore related topics

“Raise your glass if you’re wrong in all the right ways.” - Heck yeah, @Jena Stephens

“Raise your glass if you’re wrong in all the right ways.” - Heck yeah, @Jena Stephens

Instructions 1. Put approximately 1 teaspoon of pure baking soda in a clean bowl. Add 1 teaspoon of warm water or facial gel and blend. Add 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt. 2. Apply the baking soda mixture to a clean, dry towel. Massage the different areas of your face that have blackheads. Leave for 5 minutes. 3. Rinse off the baking soda with warm water. Wipe away any residual baking soda powder with a towel. You can repeat this process every few days in order to remove blackheads.

Instructions 1. Put approximately 1 teaspoon of pure baking soda in a clean bowl. Add 1 teaspoon of warm water or facial gel and blend. Add 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt. 2. Apply the baking soda mixture to a clean, dry towel. Massage the different areas of your face that have blackheads. Leave for 5 minutes. 3. Rinse off the baking soda with warm water. Wipe away any residual baking soda powder with a towel. You can repeat this process every few days in order to remove blackheads.

DIY Face brightening toner!    Benefits:  Tightens pores and reduces inflammation, reduce blemishes and lightens skin.  Use facial toner both morning and night for a deeper cleanse, smaller pores and bright, radiant skin!    Ingredients:    1/2 Cup Lemon juice  1 Cup Water  2/3 Cup Witch hazel (can purchase at any drug store)  Plastic bottle or jar

DIY Face brightening toner! Benefits: Tightens pores and reduces inflammation, reduce blemishes and lightens skin. Use facial toner both morning and night for a deeper cleanse, smaller pores and bright, radiant skin! Ingredients: 1/2 Cup Lemon juice 1 Cup Water 2/3 Cup Witch hazel (can purchase at any drug store) Plastic bottle or jar

15 DIY Natural Beauty Recipes Using Everyday Foods - Not a fan of all of these, but a couple of good ideas!

15 DIY Natural Beauty Recipes Using Everyday Foods - Not a fan of all of these, but a couple of good ideas!

It never ceases to amaze me how many cosmetics you can make with ingredients from your kitchen. This little ditty came as an inspiration from the DIY Portable Bronzer Compact at Planet Green. The recipe there contains simply cinnamon and powdered sugar.

How to cover absolutely everything, from zits to red spots and cold sores to dark circles!

How to cover absolutely everything, from zits to red spots and cold sores to dark circles!

~ BAKING SODA PORE MINIMIZER~ After youve washed your face, place 2 tbsp. baking soda in the palm of your hand and add just enough water to form a thick paste. Massage the paste into your face, resisting the urge to scrub, for about 30 seconds. Rinse the paste away with cool water. You should notice that your pores are smaller almost immediately. After a week of this regime youll see visible results as your skin becomes clearer and less prone to breakouts. - sounds promising!

~ BAKING SODA PORE MINIMIZER~ After youve washed your face, place 2 tbsp. baking soda in the palm of your hand and add just enough water to form a thick paste. Massage the paste into your face, resisting the urge to scrub, for about 30 seconds. Rinse the paste away with cool water. You should notice that your pores are smaller almost immediately. After a week of this regime youll see visible results as your skin becomes clearer and less prone to breakouts. - sounds promising!

☺️

The Best Things You Can Do For Your Skin. Finally, maybe people will understand me when I say to use an anti aging cream even when there are no wrinkles yet! Thats what it does...help to nourish the skin so you won't get them so quickly!

Pinterest
Search