Chelsea Crockett

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Essential Oil Face Scrub

Exfoliation is key to clear skin. It makes your skin smooth, scrubs the dead skin off, and helps clear your pores! Today’s diy face wash is all natural and gives…

Exfoliation is key to clear skin. It makes your skin smooth, scrubs the dead skin off, and helps clear your pores! Today’s diy face wash is all natural and gives you all the benefits of a store bought exfoliant without the harsh chemicals. It combines baking soda (which is much less harsh on your skin than salt and sugar which are common exfoliants), coconut oil (which helps kill bacteria and decrease acne), and frankincense essential oil (which helps prevent wrinkles and regenerate healthy skin cells).

Instructions:

  • 1/3 cup baking soda
  • 5/10 drops frankincense oil
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil

All you have to do is mix all of these ingredients together and store them in a container with a lid. That is it! To use it, gently rub a teaspoon or two into your skin using circular motions and then rinse off with warm water.

Exfoliation is key to healthy skin! Make this concoction part of your weekly routine to keep your skin glowing and clean.

XOXO, Chels

 

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4 Things to Never Put On Your Face

Pinterest DIY face treatments can sometimes be deceiving. The can do more harm than good if you aren’t too careful! If you want to avoid unnecessary irritation and breakouts on…

Pinterest DIY face treatments can sometimes be deceiving. The can do more harm than good if you aren’t too careful! If you want to avoid unnecessary irritation and breakouts on your face, check out the tips below on what to never put on your face.

  1. Hairspray: A lot of people spritz their face with hairspray to help their makeup stay on longer, but hairspray contains alcohols which suck the moisture right out of your face! It fan also clog your pores and cause acne flair ups. Yuck!sugar-03
  2. Lemon juice: Citrus fruits have a ton of acid so they easily irritate your skin. Also, lemons have a chemical in them that can make your skin very sensitive to light, which means if you put lemon juice on your face and then go outside for a long period of time, your skin could blister.
  3. Really hot water: Steam facials are great for you, but washing your face with hot water is another story. The thought is that hot water kills bacteria, but it actually strips the moisture out of your skin! Use warm water instead.
  4. Sugar: Although it is known as a good skin exfoliant, save it for skin other than facial skin. The big particles can cause microscopic tears in your skin and can lead to breakouts!

Keeping your face healthy and clean is just as much about what you put on it as what you don’t put on it!

XOXO, Chels

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