Natural Skincare Tips for Guys and Gals

Consume protective antioxidants by drinking green tea and munching on lots of fruits and veggies

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Antioxidants help prevent skin damage from sun, smoke, pollution and other toxins. Helps to protect internal organs from cancer causing agents.

Milk and Oatmeal Bath


Oats and milk gently exfoliate and soften skin. Pour one cup powdered skim milk into bath water. Pour ½ cup oats into a piece of cheesecloth, fasten securely and place in milk bath.

Elbow Discoloration Treatment

Apply lemon juice to elbows and leave for twenty minutes. You can apply daily until the color disappears. Apply moisturizer after each treatment.

Makeup Remover

Apply almond oil, olive oil, or sesame oil to a cotton round to gently remove make-up. Even works well with waterproof mascara! There are no harsh chemicals and you won’t spend tons of time and money looking for the right product – it’s already in your kitchen!

Soft Beautiful Hands

First wash hands with lukewarm water. Pat dry and generously apply Vaseline. Cover with white cotton gloves and leave on overnight.

Exfoliating Mask

 Mix 2 egg whites with 4 tablespoons oatmeal and apply to face. Leave on for 10 minutes then rinse off in kitchen sink where there is a disposal. Don’t clog your bathroom sink with oatmeal!

Exfoliation for Heals, Elbows, and Knees

Cut a fresh orange in half and squeeze one half of the organe juice into a bowl. Add ¼ cup granulated sugar, ¼ cup olive oil and blend into a scrub. Rub the exposed side of the other orange half over the dry heels, etc. Slough off dead skin by rubbing in the mixture. Rinse with warm water and pat dry.


Eat 2-3 Tablespoons daily of wheat germ by adding it to yogurts, cereals, smoothies, cottage cheese, as a salad topping, etc. It’s so easy to keep a bag in the freezer and sprinkle on to or into various foods!

Acne Mask and Skin Moisturizer

Mash ¼ fresh avocado. Add 1 teaspoon lemon juice. Apply to face and leave on for 20-30 minutes. Rinse face at the kitchen sink and pat dry.

Feel free to share some of your own tips and tricks!

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