A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Naturally Cleanse your Face

A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Naturally Cleanse your Face

It seems like it should be easy enough, but a walk down the beauty aisle of your local drugstore might soon have you believing otherwise. Cleansers, scrubs, peel-away masks and many other means of getting your face clean are being marketed. All claiming to be  the new and improved, best way ever to cleanse your face. Like so many things in life, sometimes less is truly more. This step-by-step guide will take you back to the basics and leave your skin glowing. Cool your jets Hot water feels great, but it strips the skin of its natural oils and promotes inflammation. Select the most gentle, natural cleanser you can find Look for simple, natural ingredients and avoid products with sulphates! Go easy with the scrub! Scrubs can be invigorating, but when choosing a natural exfoliant (like flaxseed or oatmeal), choose a finely milled product. Use it once or twice a week. There’s no need to exfoliate daily. Pat dry and moisturize Patting prevents pulling on your delicate skin, especially around your eyes.  Follow with a simple, natural moisturizer that is suited for your skin type.  If you’re going out doors, don’t forget the...
How to Remove Baggy Eyes Naturally Using Organic Products

How to Remove Baggy Eyes Naturally Using Organic Products

[Tweet “How to Remove Baggy Eyes Naturally Using Organic Products #bareblissbox”] We’ve all been there. You wake up the morning of an important meeting, and your baggy eyes are big enough to risk being charged excess baggage fees. But you needn’t despair, you likely have something readily available right there in own kitchen that can remove your eye-bags quickly and naturally, using organic products. Tea Bags If you are a tea drinker, instead of throwing-away the used tea bags, put them in the refrigerator. On that occasional morning where you wake up with eye bags, place the cooled tea bags over your eyes and relax in a semi-reclined position for about twenty minutes. Not only will your eye bags diminish, but the delicate skin around the eye area will reap the anti-aging benefits of the antioxidants in the tea. Fruit and Ice Wrap a piece of ice in a washcloth, and place over your eyes for twenty minutes, being careful not to freeze the skin. If ice doesn’t appeal to you, you can also use slices of organic cucumber, potato, or strawberry that have been in the fridge. The cool fruit or ice will have an anti-inflammatory effect on your eye bags, diminishing them, and allowing you to get on with our...