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The Healing Power of Balms

A balm can be something that heals, soothes, or mitigates pain. Today balms, also called as salves or ointments, are used as a restorative for dry cuticles, elbows, feet. Some other uses of balms are:-facial moisturizer, as an-effective acne treatment-psoriasis treatment,-diaper rash ointment,-sore muscle remedy.Some oils that may be used in balms include-virgin coconut oil-extra virgin olive oil,-essential oil of lavender-essential oil of carrot seed-orange oil-ginger oil-tea tree oil.Herbs are wonderfully effective ingredients that can be used in balms. Some of these herbs might...

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Almond Honey Facial Scrub

2 Tablespoons of very finely ground Almonds
1 Tablespoon of Honey
Teaspoon of Lemon Juice

To grind almonds use either a mortar and pestle or a rolling pin and a hard surface like a cutting board. Grind almonds as fine as you can.
Mix in honey and lemon juice. Lightly scrub face with mixture on your finger tips and then wash off with warm water. Your face will be clean and soft! Keep remaining scrub in a jar with a lid. Does not need to be refrigerated.

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Bath and Body Tip #2

Treat yourself to a face mask to make your bath extra special.


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