Pumpkin Peel

With the changing of the seasons, fall in love with a pumpkin peel. Pumpkins are high in zinc, potassium, beta-carotene, and vitamins A and C, which are all associated with achieving and maintaining healthy skin. Pumpkin peels use the natural enzyme of the pumpkin to improve skin tone and the hydroxyl acids in the pumpkin help to exfoliate the skin. Pumpkin peels result in immediate clarity and smoothness in the skin.

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Cleaning Makeup Brushes

We are true makeup fanatics but we can all guiltily admit that we don’t clean our makeup brushes as often as we should. We spend a significant amount on cosmetic brushes in order to achieve desired makeup looks, but we need to protect our investment on our skin by properly caring for these tools. Concealer and foundation brushes need to be washed weekly, while brushes used around the eyes can be cleaned bi-monthly. Any other brush only needs a washing once a month.

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Morrocan Oil

Morrocan oil is an oil extract from an Argan tree that grows in South West Morocco. It is a popular beauty product traditionally used by women to treat hair problems. Moroccan oil enhances hair growth, aids in hair regeneration, keeps frizzy hair under control and keeps hair healthy. This oil also gives your tresses a healthy shine and is a natural styling agent.

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Chemical Exfoliator

Adding a chemical exfoliator to your routine will make a big difference in the look and feel of your skin. Chemical exfoliating dissolves dead skin cells, revealing healthier looking skin. It is also a very effective way to remove wrinkles and age spots, and treat acne and scarring. It is important to remember to start out slow when you start to chemically exfoliate. Skin treatment requires patience.

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