Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Use Honey for A Natural Moisurizing Spa Treatment

Super easy natural spa recipe that I love!!
Don't judge the no makeup face or bushy eyebrows ;)

Hydrate and soften
This time of year my skin needs some extra hydration!!  So aside from guzzling my water (with an occasional coke) I use this treatment.

What you will need:
2-3 tsp raw honey.
Hair restraints
20-25 minutes to yourself
Hot water and a wash rag


Start by pulling your hair back and putting on a headband so you don't get any stragglers.  Use your fingers and apply a thin coat of honey to your entire face and neck.  It may bead like rain on a window. Leave on for 15 minutes while you enjoy a moment to yourself to just relax!  Take about 5 minutes to take your fingers and pat along your skin lightly with tapping motions.  Play your face like a piano!!  This is actually really fun and feels so awesome!!  Finally rinse using a very warm, wet cloth. Or just hop in the shower, but take your shirt off before you start the mask.  Your skin will glow from the increased circulation! Follow with a moisturizer if needed.  This is great for all skin types but especially great for dry, sunburned, windburned, or any other form of environmentally damaged skin.

All sticky!!!  How is that for a close up, selfie!!

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