What's The REAL Answer To Acne Free Clear Skin?It's not like me to whinge but it really annoys me when I read all of the acne book and product sales hype on the web! The sales pages that assume you are like a 4 year old who can't see through the hype and sales pitch.I know for a fact some of the products (and namely two books in particular) do actually work....but it still bugs me that they have to go through the cheesy sales pitch because they are priced at a level that they have to get you over the "what, you want me to pay THAT much for a book" shock….Sorry if I sound a little … [Read more...]
Coconut Oil For Skin Heals, Moisturizes and Treats Acne or Damaged Skin
Coconut Oil For Skin Heals, Moisturizes and Treats Acne or Damaged Skin
Extra virgin coconut oil truly is one of those amazing must have natural skin care ingredients. It's loaded with beneficial vitamins, essential fatty acids and antibacterial agents to protect skin, heal scars, moisturize dry thirsty complexions and treating infections while soothing redness.
Coconut oil is especially good for acne prone skin and as a protecting oil for sun exposed skin.
Coconut oil is great for skin and clearing up acne while moisturising skin. Add it to masks, serums or make a cleanser. Coconut is jam packed with beneficial fatty acids, antibacterial agents and healing compounds.
Coconut is loaded with goodies for you skin. Use it in serums, masks and lotions or body butters or even as a mild sunscreen (SPF4).
If you want to take advantage of coconut oil for acne treatments, consider reading: The Complete Acne Book
You can read more about all of the nourishing repairing benefits of coconut and so many other base and essential oils in Natural Home Made Skin Care Recipes. Enjoy a complete skin care treatment program to repair and maintain gorgeous glowing skin all year round using oils and every day fruits, nuts and essential oils combined in easy recipes in this comprehensive guide.
We all love to have smooth soft glowing legs for the summer with no visible shaving stubble or rashiness!Here are some easy natural ways you can get gorgeous pins for wearing those cute shorts, sexy dresses or summer skirts and swimsuits…. 6 Tips For Sexy Legs Tip 1 For Smooth Legs: Shaving Nobody likes red shaving rash or ingrown hairs. You can prevent these annoying post shaving irritations by using Extra Virgin Coconut Oil with your shaving cream or soap - mixed half and half. Not only does it help to give you a closer smoother shave, but the natural essential fatty acids deeply lock … [Read more...]
Smoothies for seriously smoothielicious skin If you love drinking refreshing smoothies and want to feed your skin at the same time these recipes will put a very big smile on your dial!Smoothies made from oh so healthy juices are loaded with antioxidants that flight free radicals that cause those pesky lines and wrinkles. Protein rich probiotic ingredients like yogurt & coconut milk help with improving digestion and reducing belatedness (who doesn't love a flatter belly and relief from indigestion?). Tropical fruits like papaya and cantaloupe contain enzymes like papain that break … [Read more...]
In 3 Steps... Make your own easy natural home made healing and nourishing serums, cleansers, moisturizers, masks or scrubs and enjoy clearer more radiant and younger looking skin.Acne Masks & Treatments Moisturizers & Serums Exfoliants & Scrubs Serum Wizard Cleansers Ingredient Wizard Coconut Oil Skin Care Ingredients Chart Face Mask Recipes Ingredients & Benefits List Natural Home Made Skin Care Recipes: Rejuvenating Renewing Masks & Treatments For Beautiful SkinIf you've ever wished you could have beautiful glowing bl … [Read more...]
One of the most natural ways to get radiantly beautiful skin is to expose your skin to a little sun every day to absorb vitamin D and enjoy it's skin enhancing benefits.Although a little sun exposure is good for your skin, overdoing it and allowing your skin to burn is something you'll obviously want to avoid. Good protection is important to protect skin cells and maintain elasticity. This is why tanning oils are popular for enhancing a sun tan while helping to protect the skin at the same time.Lighter skin converts UV rays into vitamin D more readily than darker skins. If you think … [Read more...]
Natural acne treatments are a great way to treat, heal and repair acne prone skin.There are so many "zit zapping" acne products on the market - enough to make your mind boggle! But the problem with 90 percent of these commercial acne washes is that they are designed to treat a very specific market, either teenage or oily skin by default. These may be great for teenage Disney Actresses or people with greasy skin, but are often very drying for people that don't fit into these two categories!The harsh chemical ingredients designed with a "napalm" style approach towards acne can be e … [Read more...]
In case you haven't noticed yet, I'm just a wee bit of (slightly raving) fan of coconut oil. The reason for this is not just because I love the scents and warmth of anything tropical (flowers, fruit, sea breeze) but for lots of other good reasons - my (almost) obsession with this tropical gift from mother earth comes from my own and lots of other people's amazing experience with this amazing fruit/nut/seed (I'm not really sure what to call it)!Coconut oil is power packed with skin enriching yummy vitamins, minerals and fatty acids that make up what I essentially call a one stop beauty shop … [Read more...]
Acne not only impacts on your physical appearance but may also affect your emotional wellbeing. If your skin is prone to acne breakouts it's, really hard not to feel self-conscious about it. What is even more of an annoyance is if you have tried a number of treatments and remedies only to find your acne keeps returning - perhaps along with a drier redder complexion because of the harsh chemicals or surfactants (ingredients to make washes foamy) or antibacterial agents they contain.There are many acne treatments that may work for one person or one skin type e.g. teenage oily skin and not … [Read more...]
Why use coconut in face masks? Coconut oil for collagen and cell regeneration: Coconut oil is loaded with benefits for your skin. It is rich in vitamin C which is a natural anti-oxidant, meaning it scavenges free radicals that prematurely age skin. It is also a vitamin that has regenerative properties, helps stimulate collagen production. It also helps with circulation so is great for healing and assisting blood flow around your skin giving you a healthy glow. Coconut oil face protection: This oil has a natural sun protection factor of around 4 and has been used in tropical climates for … [Read more...]
A Coconut oil for face treatment is antibacterial and when used in a face serum like this one is a very effective natural way to remove pimples. It leaves your skin feeling clean soft and clear. Coconut oil face mask or serum (great for removing pimples) How to remove pimples with coconut oil wash and face serum Mix together 2 tablespoons extra virgin coconut oil and olive or Almond oilTake 3 drops tea tree and/or lavender oil and add to serumUse this antibacterial mix as a cleanser and moisturizing serum daily to clear up pimplesRinse with water and squeeze of lemon or few … [Read more...]
Coconut oil for skin is one of those must have products that you'll want to keep on hand for your natural skin care recipe "kit". When you understand all of the wonderful benefits of Coconut oil for skin it's no surprise that people living in tropical climates have prized coconut for it's conditioning and protective skin properties for thousands of years. Coconut is so versatile and so easy to use both internally and externally for cooking, for coconut skin care treatments, conditioning hair and much more.Why is coconut oil the best moisturising ingredient for skin? Coconut is rich in m … [Read more...]
Extra virgin coconut oil is another one of my favorite ingredients for natural skin care and hair care. It is rich in natural "good" fatty acids, antioxidants and anti-bacterial agents so it's the perfect base for skin care masks, creams and lotions. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Benefits: Coconut has many properties that make it the perfect ingredient for natural skin care products including:Coconut is a natural emollient (make the skin softer and plumper while helping it so absorb beneficial nutrients) Humectant (draws moisture to your skin). Anti-bacterial compound (helps to combat … [Read more...]
Paperback on AmazonHave an acne issue? see The Complete Acne BookThree steps to great looking skinProtect your skin. Avoid using chemical products - even some "natural sounding" products contain sensitizing ingredients that can damage cell membranes over time. Use sunscreen and skin care products that are rich in essential fatty acids to lock in moisture and protect against external contaminants and environmental damage. Natural oil serums and some fruit masks are ideal for this.Cleanse and properly exfoliate your skin. Avoid drying ingredients that can strip your skin and … [Read more...]
Coconut has been used as a skin care product for thousands of years by many different cultures to moisturize skin and hair. Coconut oil is rich in Vitamin E and fatty acids (like lauric acid, myristic acid, capric acid and others) which are anti-fungal, anti-oxidizing and anti-bacterial making it great for acneic skin and for delivering other nutrients deep into your skin.Coconut also offers mild SPF protection (approximately SPF 4) which is another reason it has been applied to skin by generations of fishermen and tradespeople who have plenty of exposure to the sun every day.Coconut i … [Read more...]
3 Amazing Coconut Face Masks for Different Skin Types | Homemade Face Masks for Beautiful Skin, Naturally
I love the way that coconut makes my skin feel plump, soft, and supple. While ideal for dry and aging skin (virgin coconut oil is great for smoothing wrinkles!), even acne-prone skin can benefit from a coconut face mask. Coconut oil for skincare has become renowned because of the many benefits it offers.Try one of these homemade skin care recipes, whichever one is best for your skin type. Also, try adding coconut milk to smoothie recipes (coconut milk, cocoa powder, banana, raw honey, and ice is a personal favorite) and using nourishing coconut oil in place of butter for baking. Coconuts h … [Read more...]