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How To Make A Simple Exfoliating Scrub For Your Smoothest Legs Ever
Super Silky Summer Legs Next time you are feeling down, about to binge, going on a date, or just need to pamper yourself, do this. I just did it and I can not stop rubbing my legs together. It feels like I paid for that over expensive pedicure at the salon.
How to Make Shaving Cream | DIY Beauty | Bella How To
Learn how to make a customized shaving cream that delivers serious hydration. This DIY project is fun, easy to do, and will save you a trip to the store. Plus, its made with things you already have at home. Youll love it because it smells divine, leaves your legs incredibly soft, and the mason jar is the perfect touch of shabby chic. Subscri...
Lemongrass Oil is a commonly used essential oil in aromatherapy as a cellulite remedy (depurative), as a fly, flea and tick repellant (insect repellent), and as a treatment for oily skin and hair (astringent). The essential oil that comes from the grass of Cymbopogon citratus is antiseptic, and antibacterial. When inhaled, Lemongrass oil can act as a sedative to the nervous system and helps to relieve nervous disorders. The scent is very strong and a little oil goes a long way.
Dr Oz: Cellulite Scrub Recipe - ½ sea salt - Cinnamon - Cayenne pepper - Sesame oil Mix the ingredients together and rub onto the dimpled area to exfoliate the skin. The scrub helps to cover up the cellulite bumps you don’t like. The sesame oil locks in moisture for a sleeker appearance. This does not get rid of the cellulite, only reduces the appearance