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This DIY Charcoal + Clay face mask is a homemade remedy for acne and blackhead removal. Made with Bentonite clay, activated charcoal, tea tree oil and, apple cider vinegar, this recipe is detoxifying and purifying, and super easy to make! INGREDIENTS 1 teaspoon bentonite clay 1 capsule activated charcoal , powder removed 1 teaspoon organic raw apple cider vinegar 3 drops tea tree oil INSTRUCTIONS In a small glass bowl, combine clay, charcoal powder, apple cider vinegar and tea tree oil. Stir to combine. If the mixture is too dry, add a few drops of water at a time until desired consistency is reached. Apply mask to clean face,...

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Bentonite clay is really neat. It's extremely absorbent, and when a tiny amount is mixed with water, you'll end up with a gelatinous goo instead of a typical clay + water creamy paste. Bentonite clay's amazing absorbency makes it fantastic for deep-cleaning face masks, and when combined with enzyme-rich raw honey and pH balancing apple cider vinegar, we've got a mask that's brilliant for battling zits and brightening the complexion. When bentonite clay is hydrated, the molecules become charged, and because of that, we want to avoid contact with metal as it interferes with that charge. Don't worry, you won't...

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Almond oil has been extracted and used for its numerous health and beauty benefits for millennium. Archaeologists and historians believe that the almond tree—native to the Middle East—was originally domesticated in the Mediterranean region around 4000 B.C.  Commonly referred to as the “King of Nuts,” almond’s popularity spread throughout the world over the centuries, and its modern day uses are more diverse than ever. Particularly when used as carrier oil, this nutrient-rich, scientifically established delight touts a number of impressive skin and hair-specific benefits. Almond oil is naturally loaded with Vitamin E, proteins, monounsaturated fat, Zinc, potassium and a rich...

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Castor oil has been used throughout the world for centuries for medicinal, cosmetic and industrial purposes. The vitamin and mineral-rich oil, cultivated from the seeds of the castor bean plant (Ricinus communis), is especially well-known for its beneficial effects on hair and skin health. Ancient Egyptians first used castor oil as fuel in lamps and torches, although this primitive application soon expanded to include treatment for eye irritations and labor-aid for pregnant women.  Castor oil contains an abundance of natural healing and revitalizing properties while simultaneously boasting a unique ability to the increase the body’s white blood cell count.  ...

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Millions of people around the world struggle with maintaining a healthy work life balance. The fast pace of life in the 21st century makes daily existence a complex juggling act between personal and professional demands. Our technology-consumed society, the increasing demands of work and personal relationships, and economic pressures make self-care a luxury many people cannot seem to afford. In fact, recent studies show that approximately one in four Americans identify as being extremely stressed.Unfortunately, stress negatively impacts our quality of life over time—weakening our immune system, sabotaging our mental and physical well-being, and increasing our chances of being affected...

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