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How to Make Argan Cleansing Oil February 03 2013 5 Comments

  

Would you like to incorporate the oil cleansing method into your beauty routine without spending a lot of money?  Here's a simple, all-natural recipe for you to create your very own argan cleansing oil.  All it takes are a few minutes and four easy-to-find beauty oil ingredients.

What you'll need:

Directions:
Add argan oil, grapeseed oil, sweet almond oil, olive oil, and grapefruit essential oil (optional) to the two ounce bottle.  Close bottle cap tightly.  Gently shake the bottle for approximately five seconds.  Rub a quarter-sized amount cleansing oil into hands and apply evenly over dry face.  Wet the face and gently massage into a creamy texture.  Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water and gently pat dry with a towel. Store the argan cleansing oil blend in a cool area, out of direct sunlight.

How to Make Lavender Jojoba Hand Oil January 16 2013

  

The calming effects of lavender along with the nourishing, easily absorbed properties of jojoba oil make this wonderful-smelling blend ideal for maintaining silky smooth hands and cuticles.  Requiring only two ingredients, there's no excuse not to make this simple beauty oil recipe.

What you'll need:

Directions:
Add jojoba oil and lavender essential oil to the two ounce bottle.  Close bottle cap tightly.  Gently shake the bottle for approximately five seconds.  Rub a dime-sized amount between hands and into cuticles after every hand washing or whenever your hands and cuticles need nourishment.  Store in a cool area, out of direct sunlight.

How to Make Rosemary Olive Hair Oil January 10 2013

 

Our rosemary olive hair oil recipe is developed for those with normal to dry hair.  This invigorating blend can be used to strengthen brittle hair as well as nourish itchy, flaky scalp.

 

What you'll need:

Directions:
Add olive oil, jojoba oil, and rosemary essential oil to the two ounce bottle.  Close bottle cap tightly.  Gently shake the bottle for approximately ten seconds.  Depending on the length of your hair, massage approximately 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of the hair oil into the scalp.  Brush hair to evenly disperse the oil.  Cover your hair with a shower cap, then wrap a towel over the cap.  This will ensure your head stays warm to activate the oil.  Allow the oil to penetrate and condition the hair for approximately one hour before finally washing your hair.  To detangle hair, comb or run fingers through hair while it is still saturated with the oil.  What you should experience afterward is a naturally beautiful shine emanating from your newly-revived hair.

How to Use Sea Buckthorn Oil on the Skin December 21 2012

 


There are many benefits to using Sea Buckthorn Oil on the skin.  Due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties, this unique oil helps heal, nourish, and rejuvenate skin.  We've heard stories of people using Sea Buckthorn Oil to help alleviate eczema, rosacea, and burns caused by radiation and sun exposure.  Exercise care when applying Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil topically.  The oil is dark in color and can stain skin and clothing.  To help avoid unwanted Sea Buckthorn Oil stains, we recommend diluting the oil with light carrier oils such as Grapeseed Oil or Apricot Kernel Oil.  Here's a simple, all-natural beauty recipe to help you enjoy the benefits of using Sea Buckthorn Oil on the skin.

What you'll need:

Directions:
Add 1/2 teaspoon of Sea Buckthorn Oil and ten teaspoons of Grapeseed Oil or Apricot Kernel Oil to the two ounce bottle.  Close bottle cap tightly.  Gently shake the bottle for approximately ten seconds.  Apply one to two drops of the mixture to affected area of the skin.  Use more if necessary.  Enjoy the nourishing benefits of your newly-made Sea Buckthorn Oil skin elixir!  Store in a cool, dark place to extend the life of the mixture.


How to Make Your Own Natural Face Serum September 14 2012 8 Comments

 


Our all-natural Sensitive Skin Face Serum recipe is made for dry, irritated, and sensitive skin.  It's very easy to make and requires only three ingredients.  The beauty oils in this recipe are light, nourishing, and easily-absorbed.  This mixture works amazingly well on mature, sun-damaged, or windburned skin.

What you'll need:

Directions:
Add all of the oils into the bottle.  Gently shake the bottle for approximately ten seconds to blend the mixture.  Apply one to two drops of the oil on each side of the face.  Reapply whenever needed.  Store in a cool, dark place.


    How to Make Natural Stretch Mark Oil August 27 2012




    Our all-natural stretch mark oil recipe is simple, effective, and requires only four ingredients.  Use at least twice daily or whenever you have the urge to scratch your skin.  Apply to belly, hips, and any other areas prone to stretch marks.  Remember to always apply after showering or bathing and drink lots of water.

    What you'll need:

    Directions:
    Add all of the oils into an amber colored bottle and tightly screw on the cap.  Gently shake the bottle for approximately ten seconds to blend the oils.  Massage generous amounts of the stretch mark oil to affected areas.  Reapply whenever needed.  Store stretch mark oil in a cool place out of direct sunlight.