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I have dry to normal skin and this is the ONLY exfoliate that has ever worked for me. The cost is practically nothing and the ingredients are fresh without additives, you mix it yourself.
Homemade Cucumber Exfoliate you can use every day and you will not believe the results (blemishes will diminish, brown spots too and your skin will feel silky and soft to the touch yet tight (fitted) to your muscle and base structure; diminishing the sagging look gravity seems to play and wrinkles will shrink). Gentle enough to use every single day. The results will amaze you and you will wonder how you ever did without it.
- 2 inches of peeled cucumber and remove the seeds.
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice.
- 1 egg white.
- 1 teaspoon witch hazel.
- Blend all in blender.
- Apply to clean, dry face and neck (use a cotton ball or pastry brush – I use an old makeup brush to apply).
- Allow 20 minutes to dry, you will feel it tightening.
- Rinse with tepid water.
- Pat dry – apply moisturizer, makeup for daytime or nighttime cream for bedtime.
Best time to exfoliate is right out of a hot shower – pores open. Warm up the face (open the pores) with a hot towel or washcloth otherwise.
BEER: The newest bad kid on the block, beer has long been overshadowed by its healthier alcoholic cousins. While no one’s suggesting you switch that glass of antioxidant-rich Pinot Noir for a tall glass of lager—there’s still that beer gut to worry about—new research has suggested that moderate beer intake can actually improve cardiovascular function. Now if only a scientist will discover the health benefits of ballpark franks and chicken wings. Heaven.
ANGER: If you’re one of those people who tends to bottle things up, only to explode … don’t hold it in so long. Studies show that bursts of anger here and there are good for the health, and can be an even more effective coping mechanism than becoming afraid, irritated or disgusted. Anger, like the consumables in this list, however, is best in moderation: stay angry for long periods of time and you’ll be plagued with a host of health issues, like blood pressure, sleep disorders and lung damage. Continue reading 10 Bad Things that are good for you