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When used regularly honey can work wonders for your skin & hair. Honey acts as a great anti-aging agent as well as a moisturizer. It is rich in natural antioxidants that have anti-microbial properties that is perfect for aging skin. It is known that ancient women used honey to keep the skin youthful, radiant and smooth.
Honey is known as a humectant. A humectant attracts moisture and keeps moisture locked in the skin. Using a honey based facial mask or soap proves beneficial to areas of skin that tend to become dry or itchy because it seals moisture to these areas. Honey can help your skin retain moisture and elasticity without drying it out. It clarifies the skin by opening up and unclogging pores.
To add shine and clarity to your hair a honey mask is the perfect remedy. Mix some honey and olive oil together and apply to hair. Cover with cap if desired & leave on for about 30 minutes then wash the mixture out. You will see & feel such an amazing difference.
Honey is a natural antioxidant, which proves beneficial when taken internally, but it also provides protective benefits when used on the skin. Honey is known as a natural form of sunscreen. It protects the skin from sun damage such as premature wrinkling. The antibacterial properties in honey is also known to clear up, prevent and cure pimples & acne.
Using honey regularly will leave a noticeable glow to your skin & hair!
When you’re in your 20’s you become more conscientious of your beauty regime and the health of your skin. Here are some tips to help you keep your skin looking beautiful.
Exercise is not only good for building strength and muscles. It’s known to help benefit the skin the same way it does the bones and muscles. It helps strengthen and in some instances tightened the skin and helps with bettering your complexion.
Wash Your Face
Wash your face once or twice a day. Invest in quality products for your facial care. If you don’t know your skin type, get your skin tested so the products you’ll be using can work perfectly with your skin. Use products with natural ingredients. Wash off your makeup before going to bed. Our activated charcoal beauty bar is perfect for washing off what your face picks up during the day.
Use a moisturizer thats good for your skin type and has SPF included in it. Use sunscreen on your body for protection there also.
Concentrate on the beauty within as well as your exterior. Drink lots of water, 6-8 glasses to be exact. Water is your best friend darling.
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