Ten quick problematic facial fixes!!

AGE SPOTS

SUNBURN

We all have those “fun in the sun” days that probably didn’t include as much shade as they should have, well heres how to cool that red hot skin down, start with a cool bath or shower for 10 to 20 minutes and avoid all soap and bath oils. Then gently apply aloe vera to the sunburned areas of the face, taking care not to rub it in thoroughly. “Leave it a bit goopy on top of the burn, which helps prevent the skin from drying out and becoming more irritated,”  Repeat this as much as you need to. Also, drink lots and I mean LOTS of water to rehydrate your skin (at least 8 glasses daily) and generously apply an unscented moisturizer to the sunburn over the next few days or even weeks to minimize peeling hopefully this will ease the pain and redness quickly for you.

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COLD SORE

FINE LINES AND WRINKLES

ROSACEA 

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DRY FLAKY SKIN

Honey is considered one of the best natural moisturisers loaded with antioxidant, antimicrobial, and humectant properties.

Thus, it helps lock in moisture to make your skin extra soft and smooth. Plus, honey has many essential vitamins and minerals that help improve your skin’s health.

  • Before taking a bath or shower, rub honey all over your body and leave it on for five to 10 minutes. Repeat daily to enjoy well-moisturized skin.
  • Measure out equal parts of unprocessed honey, beeswax, and olive oil. Melt the beeswax in a small pan over low heat. Remove it from the heat and mix in the honey and then the olive oil. Apply this mixture all over your body and leave it on for 10 minutes. Then take a shower. Repeat daily or every other day.

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ACNE SCARS

OILY SKIN

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I really hope these tips help you as much as they have helped me over the past few years if you would like to know anything else please leave a comment below I love hearing from you.

Kimberly xo

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