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diy lemon salt scrub - (can subsitute with sugar) To bring dull skin back to life, try this refreshing body scrub. Here is an easy recipe for a salt scrub that you can make with ingredients found in your own kitchen. You’re just moments away from shiny new skin. ingredients: 5 tablespoons sea salt 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 lemon

15 uses for olive oil!- Although it may be a staple of the Mediterranean diet, olive oil has a lot of uses outside the kitchen. A powerful moisturizer and lubricant, olive oil works wonders on everything from dry hair to squeaky door hinges. Just check out these 15 uses for olive oil!

Vanilla Olive Oil Sugar Scrub 1/2 cup granulated (white) sugar 2 cups raw sugar 1 Tablespoon honey 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 Tablespoons coconut oil (optional...I like to add this to make my skin feel extra smooth) 1 Tablespoon Vanilla extract (or your favorite essential oil) Directions: Combine the two sugars in a bowl and mix to incorporate. Add olive oil and coconut oil and stir. Mix in honey and vanilla. Store in an airtight jar and enjoy!

Olive oil is an excellent skin moisturizer that helps soothe flare-ups and reduces skin inflammation. Preparation instruction: www.homeremediesg...

**rancid olive oil burns more efficiently, so don't throw it out* Make Your Own Olive Oil Candles. "Olive oil burns clean and doesn't smoke. You can make these lanterns in any size of jar that you have on hand. Also, if you want them to be scented, you could add essential oils (or even dried or fresh herbs!) right to the oil." {Little House On The Prairie Living}