Simple Natural Steps to Remove Facial Hair

Hair Removal has been a common problem for men and women.
By using different methods for hair removal from time to time it’s hard to tell which will be your best choice for removing hair.
After trying so many products and researching to find a better solution to this matter I’m sure you’ll give this a try.
The natural way.
Before trying the methods make sure you clean your skin before any treatment taken place.

Natural way to remove your unwanted facial hair:
You will need:
Egg White
Corn flour
Procedure: Blend the egg white with sugar and corn flour.
Blend it well until it becomes a sticky paste.
Apply the mixture to your face.
When it dries up gently slowly peel it off.
Repeat this 3-4 times a week.
The results are better for those who have fine hair.

Another natural hair remover (waxing) which is good:
You will need:
Fresh lemon juice
cloth piece
Get a little frying pan, or even a small pot, place on cooker on simmer gas.
Add two teaspoons of sugar wait for 20 seconds to get it heated up then add one – one table spoon fresh lemon juice, stir slowly with a spoon for a minute until you get a sticky liquid paste, once you have let it cool down then apply on your unwanted hair, once applied use a piece of clean cloth (cotton, polyester) and place it on the paste, once placed give it a few rubs up and down with your hand. Then pull the cloth from bottom to top fast as possible and see the surprise yourself. This is best for all types of hair. Can be used on face, body, arms and legs.


Keep Your Feet Pretty

Pedicures in warm weather are the best and most convenient method to keep feet soft and beautiful but there are certain things you can do to keep your toes happy all year long.

Soak your feet in lukewarm water for 5 to 10 minutes and soften the feet.
Then use a pumice stone to remove dead skin.
Clip and file your toe nails straight across to avoid ingrown toe nails.
Moisturise your feet with a good lotion or foot cream and preferably sleep with loose cotton socks so that you can lock in the moisture.
You should do this at least once per week.
This will help repair damage caused by wearing open toe shoes all summer long.
Apply nail polish if you so desire.  This encourages healthy nail beds as well.

Tired feet need care so that they look soft and supple again.
After a long day wash and apply foot cream with a soothing massage.
The foot cream may be medicinal and it can help in healing the cracks, dryness and smooth out rough skin.
Tight shoes lead to corns and calluses.
To de-stress, a warm water soak or foot massage gets the blood moving and one will get a peaceful and a restful sleep.

Easy Natural Way to Clear Skin

This is a great way to clear your skin at home, most commonly tried and the results are unbelievable. Here’s a tip that will vanish those spots, blemishes and grant you a glow in your skin. Make sure you cleanse your skin with water before applying.

Besan flour
Fresh lemon juice
Turmeric powder

Add 1-2 table spoons of gram flour in a small bowl or a plate.
Then add 1-2 teaspoons of dairy yogurt.
Give it a good mix until it creates a good thick paste.
When paste is made add 2 teaspoons of fresh lemon juice.
Also add just a pinch of turmeric powder mix all together and apply on whole face.

Leave to work and dry for 15-20 minutes.
After then wash off smoothly by tapping some water on face and rubbing in a circular motion to completely wash the face.
Once washed tap dry with towel.
Now you will see and feel the difference for yourself
Keep applying this natural remedy once a day and you will see a big difference in your skin, it can be applied to the face, arms, neck, absolutely anywhere to clear the skin.

Clay eye pad

As we are spending more and more of our time under artificial lightings and illuminations, television, computers and the like, our delicate eyes are constantly subjected to stress and strain.  

To give your eyes much needed rest, here’s a recipe for a clay eye-pad recommended by naturopaths. So try this out to relax and cool your eyes.

The clay eye pad:
Take clay of any colour (preferably black). It should be obtained from the surroundings of a pond or from a virgin ground, devoid of chemical fertilizers. If pure clay is commercially available, you could use that. Sift it and see to it that it is without grits.

Moisten clay with cold water and make round, flat and small lumps from it.
Put these lumps on your closed eyelids for about 10 minutes (not more than that).
Lie down and relax completely.
See to it that your mind is free of all worries and problems of the day.

We frequently rest our eyes during the day (especially when they are tired) by closing them for a moment.
This clay pad relaxation method brings about a fuller and a more conscious relaxation of the eyes and is an improvement on the natural and unconscious process of closing one’s eyes for relaxing.
Clay has the virtue of drawing out toxins and has a cooling effect on the eyes.

Eye mask to relieve puffiness

If you have a tendency of waking up with swollen, puffy eyes in the morning, then this is just right for your delicate eyes.

Application of these eye pads will surely help relieve puffiness.

It soothes and calms the under eye area and helps drain the lymphatic fluids that causes the puffiness.

Make eye pads using either black tea bags soaked in warm water or cotton puffs dipped in witch hazel or celery juice and relax for 10-15 minutes.
Apply a thin coating of moisturiser over your entire face.


1 cup fine sugar
3 tsp liquid glycerine
1 tsp pure honey
3-5 drops of your favourite essential oil

Pinch of lavender blossoms, chamomile, or dried herbs of your choice, (finely chopped)

Mix ingredients well and store in an airtight container.
Add more liquid ingredients if you prefer a thinner end-product.
Stir thoroughly before use.
This keeps very well, and in fact, the honey acts as preservative.
Use small amounts when scrubbing the nose, being careful not to irritate or get it in the eyes.
Scrub elbows, hands, knees, and feet.
Rinse in warm water, pat dry, and apply a moisturiser afterward.

Homemade Body Scrubs

I have a couple of great body scrubs you can make at home to whisk off those dead cells from your skin.


2 cups of coarsely ground coffee
1/2 cup raw sugar or sea salt
2-3 Tbsp massage oil
Mix all ingredients together.
Take a hot shower to moisten your skin and open your pores.
Using wide, circular motions, rub the coffee exfoliant onto your skin with strong, even pressure.
Shower off, pat skin dry, and apply a thin layer of your favourite body lotion.

Pop back tomorrow for my personal favourite pick me up for the face and body.

Gorgeous – again!

I don’t get time to browse other blogs to often but I do enjoy looking at Under the Loupe as Annette always has such lovely pieces.

The necklace below I just love and wanted to share it with you all.


We already have what we need…

I was reading Nicoles blog over at Modern Goddess Online and found a great post.

It talks about how the people who make a difference in your life are not the ones with the most credentials, the most money, or the most awards. They are the ones that care. 

“Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. It’s already tomorrow in Australia.” – Charles Schultz

Thanks Nicole. 🙂

Hibiscus leaves

For removing dandruff, grind the leaves of the hibiscus plant into a paste and apply on the scalp.
Let it remain for some time before washing it off.

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