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Under Eye Bags and Circles

“You look tired…” Ah. Those dreaded three words. Thanks to the lovely dark circles and bags that appear for a laundry list of reasons; heredity, water retention, allergies, toxins, hormones, etc., at times we don’t seem as alert and vibrant as we’d like. Try the natural solutions below and you’ll be struttin’ around, wide-awake before you know it.Prevention• A healthy well balanced diet is key but there’s new info that says eating two kiwis a day in yogurt can help to eliminate bags.• Plenty of H20. Drinking water helps flush the toxins from your body as well as reduce water retention. Try...

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Soapsicles Recipe

8 oz. Unscented, Clear Glycerin Soap
1/4 Teaspoon each Cherry, Lime, Grape and Orange Fragrance Oil
Red, Orange, Green and Blue Food Coloring
Popsicle Molds
Popsicle Sticks (unless you plan to use the plastic caps which accompany the mold)

Divide your soap into 4 parts of 2 ounces each. Melt one part at a time in a glass cup in your microwave. Work in small batches.

To batch one, add cherry fragrance oil and 2 drops of red food coloring. Stir gently and pour into popsicle molds. Add a popsicle stick (you may wish to use something to prop the stick...

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Bath and Body Tip #3

As well as soft fluffy towels, having PJs, slippers or a warm robe ready for when you hop out the bath saves you the trouble of trying to find clothes just when you're relaxed.


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