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A Great Skin Tightening Product

Author: Natural-Beauty
September 7, 2016

1 skin tightening faceliftAs time marches on, our minds and bodies change. People associate age with wisdom, but it’s not usually associated with beauty. Even so, I think I look quite beautiful for my age. And honestly, I have a wonderful facelift cream to thank. It helps keep my skin moisturized and healthy, since the cream is made up of natural ingredients that benefit my skin.

The skin tightening cream I use also helps protect my skin from drying out, which is great. I used to have very dry skin, and that was never a good thing. Instead of having itchy and dried out skin, my skin is moisturized and soft, which is lovely. It also makes me look a lot more youthful in general. It tightens up my skin so it doesn’t show wrinkles, and that’s always a positive thing.

But to me, the best thing about this skin tightening product is the fact that it’s completely natural. The ingredients are premium quality, because there aren’t any unwanted chemicals, preservatives, or fillers. It’s just what it says on the bottle, and I’m happy to have it. The skin tightening cream really works for me, and I can’t see me ever stop using it.

KdgIt’s school time again and kids will catch every germ out there, especially Kindergartners because they haven’t built up an immunity yet. This is a great time to make an essential oil hand cleanser that is safe for children. This recipe does not use alcohol like commercial hand cleanser. Your kids can use it without having to wait on the teacher to pass it out. Make some for your child and his friends – you’ll keep everyone safe from germs.

Natural Hand Cleanser for Children

  • 2 oz  aloe vera gel
  • 4 drops tea tree essential oil
  • 4 drops lavender essential oil
  • 2 drops cedarwood essential oil

To make it, combine all the ingredients together in a 2 ounce plastic bottle. Screw on the lid and shake it gently.

To use it, just spray some essential oil hand cleanser into your palm, and rub your hands together. It feels really good when your skin is dry. I like to use my aloe-based hand cleansers as moisturizers too. (I love that so many Aromatherapy products we can make have multiple uses!)

Thanks to Andrea Butje – Aromahead

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