Natural Beauty Care Basics

 

How should you basically care for your hair, skin and nails? Natural makeup and organic makeup are words we hear a lot, today as well as natural and organic beauty care but what about a general approach to beauty?

 

There are natural ways to be beautiful that models, actors and spokespersons have found useful but anyone can take advantage of these simple time tested approaches to natural beauty.

 

 

Silk.

 

Silk is made from the cocoons of silkworms and is amazingly comprised of many of the same amino acids present in our skin!

 

For lovely, well cared for hair and skin use silk blouses and pillows that are gentle on delicate facial skin and hair ends. Split ends are commonly formed from friction and can be avoided at night by using silk pillowcases and bedding.

 

 

Organic skin care.

 

Organic can mean eating organic (you are what you eat) or using organic skincare or both combined, though combined you will get a dramatically different effect.

 

Going organic may take discipline at first but you will notice the difference and want to keep eating organic foods and using skin care products like our organic whipped cocoa butter and organic All Spectrum facial serum.

 

 

At home facials.

 

No one should be without these! Some of the best facial recipes use some of the simplest ingredients. For blackheads, dull or dry skin add one part raw wildflower honey, one part liquid bentonite clay and smooth over freshly washed skin. Leave on until it dries. You will feel your skin toning. Rinse away with warm water and see newer, fresher, cleaner skin.

 

Honey is a must for at home facials because of it’s strong antibacterial and moisturizing properties and it is gentle enough for all skin types.

 

Bentonite clay is another wonderful all purpose clay because it is found in most health food stores and while not considered an exotic clay is does the work a good clay should do by gently lightening skin while deep cleaning pores.

 

About Rachel

Rachel is a cat mama, humble homemaker and environmentalist. She is a natural activist, healer and earth lover. Her work is to advocate healthy, natural living for all animals-including humans.
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