*Moisturizes really well and doesn't dry out skin. Just coconut oil, epsom salt, and lavender oil. Doesn't get much easier than that. I still would rather use sugar instead of salt, since salt is a natrual dehydrator. But would still be awesome!
My daughter showed me this years ago :) "Seriously your skin will never feel or look better! Can be simplified to 3/4 coffee grounds, 1/4 brown sugar and a dash of olive oil to bring it into paste form... YOU MUST TRY! Exfoliates, fights cellulite, gets rid of the red bumps on the backs of arms, moisturizes, the works!"
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…
**Homemade Green Tea Sugar Scrub** This Scrub is AWESOME! I love the smell and it is SO easy to make. You probably have EVERYTHING you need. Plus you can make this DIY version for Pennies...WAY less expensive than the retail version. #DIYbeauty
Cracked Heels keeping you from wearing your favorite sandals? Here's a quick fix, Grind a handful of rice into a fine but coarse flour. Add a Tablespoon (or 2) of RAW honey to the mixture along with enough apple cider vinegar to obtain a thick paste. If the cracks are very deep, add a spoon of olive oil. Soak feet for 20 minutes & gently massage with this paste.