Face Mask To Get Rid Of Spots, Acne Scars And Wrinkles

This homemade MAGIC face mask is the only mask you’ll ever need, especially if you have spots, acne scars, and/or wrinkles. This mask is tried, tested, and TRUE! I’ve tried thousands of different masks over the years, and this one is by far the most amazing because it actually works in minutes! So here’s the famous homemade face mask to get rid of spots, acne scars, and wrinkles.

You’ll Need:

  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice (preferably organic)
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg

The Drill:

In a small, clean bowl, mix all ingredients thoroughly. Apply evenly to face and neck, making sure to avoid the eyes and mouth. You will feel a tingling sensation but that will go away within minutes. Leave on for 15-20 minutes, and rinse off with warm water. Pat dry and follow up with your favorite moisturizer. Apply this mask once or twice a week and you’ll start noticing a huge difference in spots, acne scars, and wrinkles.

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Sugar Hair Removal – DIY Recipe

Remove Hair Naturally With This Simple Depilation with Sugar Paste. The sugar paste is a tool for depilation, which is composed of sugar, lemon and water. You can make this mixture at home by yourself.

You do not have to be afraid of ingrown hairs and skin irritation when you are using the sugar paste.

The pain that you will feel is incomparably lower than with waxing, and with time it significantly reduces the number of hairs and they become softer and less common.

In principle, this method of depilation contributes to closing the hair follicle and prevents its growth.

After the depilation with sugar paste, your skin will be soft and smooth as a baby skin.

There are no allergic reactions and other adverse side effects due to the fact that it only contains natural ingredients that correspond to the body and do not stick on the skin such as the wax.

The sugar paste is recommended for removing the hairs from intimate parts, as well as for removing the hairs from the hands.

See how to make the sugar paste for hair removal:

Ingredients for the preparation of the sugar paste

  • 1/4 cup lemon juice (fresh)
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2 cups sugar

Mix all of the ingredients well, place them in a deep pot and let them cook over high heat for 4-5 minutes.

When the mixture starts to boil, remove it from the heat and pour it into a deep bowl, preferably metal. The mixture should look like caramelized sugar cake.

Allow it to cool down a little – but not too much, so then start with the separation: part by part, stretching the mixture with your fingers until it gets a structure similar to chewing gum.

If it is necessary, add a drop of water – but nothing more.

Instructions for the depilation with sugar paste

Before you start with the depilation you have to clean the spots on your skin where you plan to remove the hairs. It would be best to put a bit of child powder, so that the skin is additionally dried.

Make sure that the length of the hairs is not longer than 5 mm.

The procedure is performed by applying the separated parts of the paste on the place from which you want to remove the hair and be careful because the paste has to be applied on the opposite direction of the hair growth!

Then the glued pieces of the pasta are pulled in the direction of the hair growth and you are done! As you can see, the process is different than waxing, where the wax is applied in the same direction of the hair growth.

After the depilation, it is necessary to rinse the skin with water and then put on a cream that suits your skin type.

At the beginning, repeat this depilation with sugar paste 2-3 times a week, and then do the procedure once a month because by then the hairs will be significantly thinned, so there will be no need for more frequent removals.

Sugar Hair Removal - DIY Recipe

The used mixture can not be return edin the bowl for a second use, you can not use the mixture more than once!

The depilation with sugar paste is convenient for women who have problems with varicose veins and broken capillaries. In short term, the sugar depilation is recommended for everyone.

The only thing you have to be careful about is not to drop or spill the mixture on the floor, while it is still hot, because you might have troubles with the cleaning or something even worse; if you spill this hot mixture on yourself, you might cause quite large skin burns.

Facial Mask With Botox Effect. Cheap And Easy To Make – Recipe

Lack of sleep, excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays and antioxidants deficiency- all lead to wrinkles. However, there is a natural solution which can restore skin youth. We all know that the weapons against aging can be expensive and some of them painful.

Today we offer you an anti aging  facial mask that can be easily made at home,  with natural ingredients that you can find in any store. Cornstarch facial mask can successfully replace those painful Botox injections. The effect is immediate.

To prepare such a mask you need

–   1 tablespoon cornstarch
–  5 tablespoons of carrot juice
–  1 tablespoon yogurt
–   water


Facial Mask With Botox Effect. Cheap And Easy To Make - Recipe

Face Cream Homemade – Recipe

It’s all natural!

And finally, it makes my skin feel amazing!  I use this cream twice a day and a face mask twice a week, and I’m loving my new skin!!  Seriously … this cream is fabulous!

Store bought cosmetics and beauty products are a big question mark in my book.  For a lot of people, they can be a major source of chemical exposure.  An average beauty product (including most lotions and moisturizers) contain dozens and dozens of chemicals, some known to be harmful, and many more that have not even been tested for safety in humans.  This homemade recipe is SO EASY, all natural, and works better than any other store bought product I’ve tried!

Convinced to give it a try?  This recipe really couldn’t be easier!

Here’s what you’ll need:


  • 3/4 cup of Unrefined Coconut Oil
  • 1 tsp of Vitamin E Oil
  • 20-30 drops total of your favorite Essential Oils (see below for recommendations … I use Frankincense and Lavender as my main base)

Mix it up

An easy three steps …

  1. Place all three ingredients in a medium bowl (or in you kitchen aid mixer … which I don’t have).
  2. Beat oils for several minutes (~3 minutes) until they are very creamy.
  3. Place in small GLASS or metal jar (just not plastic), label, and enjoy after washing!

Let’s talk about the benefits of these oils and why I choose this combination:

  • Unrefined Coconut oil: Promotes collagen production and heals damaged skin.  It is packed with antioxidants which are shown to have anti-aging effects.  Why use unrefined for beauty products and creams?  Because it’s additive and chemical free.  It is richer in proteins, vitamins, and antioxidants.  Coconut oil in general is an awesome oil to use for skin products because it’s solid at room temperature (though it quickly melts into your skin).
  • Vitamin E oil can help block free radicals, and thus slow down the skin’s aging process and the formation of wrinkles (!!).  It also promotes healing and helps to heal any scars, brown spots, other skin issues.  Bonus:  It’s also wonderful for your nails, so be sure to spread a little around!
  • Essential Oils:  Now, you can totally make this cream with just the coconut and vitamin E oils, and it will be wonderful (and, most importantly … all natural).  But, if you want even more benefits adding an essential oil or combination of a few essential oils can really give your skin the extra boost and leave it looking even more fresh, lightened, smooth, and younger! Below are some great recommendations on what oils to use for what type of skin.  If you only choose one, however, I recommend Frankincense.  It has amazing properties to restore, smooth, and improve skin tone!

Recommended Essential Oils to use in Face Cream (pick one or a combination of several):

Oily or Acne Prone Skin:  Cedarwood, Helichrysum, Lavender, Lemon, Melaleuca Altenifolia (Tea Tree), Patchouli, Roman Chamomile, Tea Tree, Ylang Ylang

Dry Skin:  Frankincense, Helichrysum, Myrrh, Patchouli, Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang

For Anti-aging:  Frankincense, Geranium, Helichrysum, Neroli, Myrrh, Patchouli, Rose, Ylang Ylang

For Scarring:  Frankincense, Helichrysum, Neroli, Patchouli,

Sensitive Skin:  Helichrysum, Neroli, Roman Chamomile, Rose

A Dermatologist Explains : How And When To Have Sex For Optimal Skin

Patients at our office often ask me about behavioral modification when trying to control various skin conditions ranging from acne to eczema, and invariably, sex comes up. Can sex improve your skin health? How often is optimal? What time of day? Does masturbation count?

Without a doubt hormones have a powerful effect on the skin, lasting from days to weeks, so it is feasible to suggest that the increased release of certain hormones during sex will affect your skin. The three main hormones released at the time of orgasm are Serotonin (5-HT), nitric oxide (NO), and oxytocin. We’ll review each one’s affects on the skin.


5-HT is released from the anterior lateral hypothalamus at the time of orgasm. There is ample evidence of 5-HT’s positive effects on the dermis, but one thing we’ve established is that it is also responsible for the sensation of itch in the skin. Postcoital pruritus (itching) is thought to be a direct result of increased levels of this important neurotransmitter. Patients suffering from pre-existing eczema can trigger flares with repetitive intercourse within the same day. By contrast, serotonin also decreases the sensation of pain—that’s why it’s often referred to as a hormone of well-being. There aren’t many chronic skin conditions associated with pain, but those that are (i.e. Hiddraadenitis suppurativa, pimple-like bump in the armpits or groin) would conceivably benefit from more frequent orgasm.

Nitric Oxide

Nitric Oxide is another prominent hormone released during sex, and its a potent vasodilator (enlarges blood vessels). It mostly comes from cells that line capillaries of the genitalia, both male and female. While the act of sex temporarily increases blood pressure, the release of nitric oxide at orgasm then decreases it for hours afterward. Skin conditions that result from poor blood flow are ameliorated from lower blood pressures, as oxygen stretches further to perfuse skin and hair structures. So, for example, patients who get cold, painful hands in winter (Raynaud’s Disease) should benefit from the nitric oxide released during intercourse.


Oxytocin is probably the most exciting neuropeptide of the orgasmic bunch. Rodent studies have shown this hormone to stimulate skin and mucosal health. Human studies have mirrored animal ones, suggesting that oxytocin is one of the short sequence peptides that directly modulates collagen synthesis and diminishes skin laxity. Given the short burst of oxytocin measured in the post-coital period, it is unclear what this means for anti-aging science overall. However, the concept that oxytocin leads to improved skin elasticity would be a huge boon for the sexually active.

And to answer your burning question: The release of orgasmic hormones and their effects on the skin will be the same whether you’re having sex with another or on your own, but the quantity of this release is greater after non-masturbatory sessions.