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Pulse point selection lovely.

All products great and very well packed.

Lemon and Poppyseed

First discoverd this soap on one of our frequent trip to Margs about 5 years ago and have been using it ever since I find it a great scrub & stimulant. My wife likes the Cumber and Mint. Every Christmas we take advantage of the special offer and try other varieties this year for the first time we are trying Herbalicious & Orange and Sandalwood.

Extremely helpful

Could not have been more helpful, a fantastic shopping experience.

Wow!

Smells beautiful, feels great on my skin and even though I have oily skin I haven’t had any breakouts and I’m using it everyday.

Excellent delivery

Timely delivery and love the products. Thank you

★ Your Feedback ★

What You Are Telling Us

509 reviews
95%
(482)
4%
(19)
1%
(4)
0%
(2)
0%
(2)
Pulse point selection lovely.

All products great and very well packed.

Lemon and Poppyseed

First discoverd this soap on one of our frequent trip to Margs about 5 years ago and have been using it ever since I find it a great scrub & stimulant. My wife likes the Cumber and Mint. Every Christmas we take advantage of the special offer and try other varieties this year for the first time we are trying Herbalicious & Orange and Sandalwood.

Extremely helpful

Could not have been more helpful, a fantastic shopping experience.

Wow!

Smells beautiful, feels great on my skin and even though I have oily skin I haven’t had any breakouts and I’m using it everyday.

Excellent delivery

Timely delivery and love the products. Thank you

DIY Sun and Liver Spot Lightener

3 DIY Treatments for younger skin from your fridge

This formulation is the first in our DIY Treatments for Younger Looking Skin … From Your Fridge series.

As we grow older and the sun damage to our skin becomes more evident liver or sun spots begin to appear. These usually occur on our face, neck line and the backs of our hands and most people from the age of 50 onward have them.

That’s why this Sun and Liver Spot Lightener formulation is so popular.

To help lighten the skin this formulation uses:

  1. Lemon Juice- a long used skin lightener courtesy of the lemon’s citric acid
  2. Soy Milk – contains a compound which inhibits the melanin – which causes the skin to darken when exposed to sunlight
  3. Honey – an emollient to help soothe and nurture you skin while the skin is gradually lightened by the other ingredients.

This mask will help to gradually lighten the skin over a number of weeks.

We recommend that you don’t continue for more than 8 weeks at a time, and certainly no more than 3 times per week.

Ingredients: DIY Sun & Liver Spot Lightener

Ingredients: DIY Sun & Liver Spot Lightener

Ingredients:

1 tbsp Lemon Juice

1 tbsp Soy Milk

1 tbspn Honey

Method:

  1. Mix all the ingredients together
  2. Using a soft brush or cotton pad apply to face
  3. Allow to set for 25 minutes
  4. Repeat 2 to 3 times per week for 6 to 8 weeks

Enjoy!

Other articles / formulations in this series are:

  1. 3 DIY Treatments for Younger Looking Skin … From Your Fridge

  2. AHA Wrinkle Tightener

  3. Anti-Inflammatory Puffy Eye Treatment

 

Leonie- Aromatherapist & Alchemist

Leonie- Aromatherapist & Alchemist

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.

 

 


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