Did Your Winter Skincare Routine Give You The Blues? Here are our favorite self-care recipes to help you feel refreshed.
Make a Rosemary Peppermint Oil for Dry Hair Repair
Cold temperatures, indoor heating, hat head, and lack of sunlight: Winter can be a challenging season for hair If your hair is feeling dry and brittle and your scalp could use some love, consider making this Frosted Rosemary Peppermint oil for healthy hair and scalp.
*Pro TIp: Make sure to use organic ingredients and essential oils when making this recipe as products made with synthetic fragrance can actually cause more irritation to head and scalp.
Make an Organic Green Tea Bathsoak
Green tea contains antioxidants called polyphenols, specifically catechins, which have been shown to have a number of beneficial effects on the skin.
The polyphenols in green tea have been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects, which can help reduce redness, irritation, fight acne, and protect against harmful UV rays.
Infusing organic green tea into a CBD Himalayan Salt Soak can deeply cleanse your skin and help your body absorb all the trace minerals and nutrients green tea has to offer.
Using a combination of all-natural salt scrub and a gentle dry brush routine can greatly improve circulation and better lymphatic flow.
The salt in the scrub helps to draw out toxins and impurities from the skin, which can help to reduce inflammation and improve lymphatic flow. Additionally, the right mix of CBD and essential oils mixed with the scrub can reduce fluid retention and swelling.
Allergy Relief Without the Side Effects
If the flowers are in bloom but seasonal allergies have you down, you'll want to save this recipe from The Simple Spa book to find relief.
* None of the above statements have been approved by the FDA and is not medical advice in any way*
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