Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Spice Up Your Skincare: The Kitchen Staples That'll Cook Up A Healthy Complexion

Add a little flavor to your beauty routine with kitchen staples that’ll give your skincare routine a boost.

Spices and herbs from turmeric to peppermint, now have a new role in treating common skincare concerns due to their healing, antiseptic and hydrating properties.
blue poppy enzyme polish

Providing excellent antioxidant, anti-bacterial and calming effects, turmeric improves breakouts, pigmentation, and excess oil in skin, as found in this gentle skin polish, which
removes dead skin cells and smooths uneven skin tone and texture.


ginger-lime sugar scrub

Extracted by cold-pressing ginger root, ginger root oil helps hydrate and firm the skin, as found in this 100% natural, luxurious sugar scrub which exfoliates, hydrates and conditions skin.


deglazing toner

Peppermint is a natural anti-septic, peppermint calms, soothes and cools the skin, as found in this anti-bacterial toner that rapidly improves oily and problem skin.


coconut-argan body oil

Antimicrobial, antifungal and antiseptic, clove is also known for its stimulating properties and can be found in this luxurious body oil that locks in moisture for a radiant glow.


earth hydrating phytelene cream with Chronocylin®

Rosemary, a healing natural helps fight free radical damage, as found in this hydrating and  nourishing cream, which re-mineralizes, a proven co-factor in the production of collagen and elastin, fights appearance of wrinkles, and improves tone and texture.

Disclaimer: This product was sent to me for review purposes only. No payment was received for this review. My reviews are based on my personal opinions and experience using the item. All opinions are my own and 100% honest.

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