A Few Simple Ingredients
With just a few simple ingredients you can whip up any number of effective yet simple skin care treatments that will not only improve the way your skin looks and feels but will be easy on your pocket.
An Extra Pick Me Up for Your Skin
If you’re like me, you are always looking for that something extra to help your skin along. Don’t get me wrong I love Moon Haven’s wonderful skin care range (especially our Anti-Ageing SkinCare System) but there are times when a little extra skin care pick me up is needed.
Of course there’s always the beautician
Of course we can always make an appointment with our beautician for an indulgent facial complete with the latest treatment used by celebrities and rock stars. That’s fun and definitely a great picker upper but like most its not an every week occurrence.
DIY Options – Effective, Convenient, Easy to Make and Use
There are simpler and easier DIY options available you can use every day, week, or when you feel the need!
This is where the contents of your fridge and pantry come into play.
You see, natural, fresh ingredients can offer some of the most effective skin care benefits. As they are applied freshly made they don’t need preservatives and in most cases you don’t have to leave your home to get a great skin care pick me up!
3 DIY Treatments for Younger Looking Skin
With all this in mind we’ve put together three effective, easy-to-make and easy-to-use fresh food combinations you can use for three common ageing skin issues:
Just click on the links below to grab the ingredients list, recipe and application methods – you’ll just love how they make your skin look and feel!
This article was written by Moon Haven’s aromatherapist and founder Leonie Gully.
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While any advice provided is general in nature, it is not intended to replace medical diagnosis or treatment. If you are at all concerned about your condition it is important that you do consult your medical practitioner of choice for an individual treatment plan.