Scenic Furniture

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

The rustic furniture remind me of my parents furniture back home in Philippines. My decease uncle used to make wooden furniture for a living. He design design and carved the woods with different styles like like the rustic furniture at .

I always love rustic furniture's, it bring tropical like in your home. If I would to put furniture at my home, it would be a contemporary modern furniture's. But I would not mind putting some rustic furniture in some room. If you like rustic furniture, scenic furniture has a lot of furniture you can choose from. Check them out.

Begin a Natural Skin Care Regime

reparing your own organic skin care treatments using common items found right in your own kitchen or garden can be just as, or more effective as the ones you can buy and represent quite a cost savings.

1. Begin by taking an inventory of potential natural skin care ingredients available in your cupboards and refrigerator. The most common items include citrus fruits, dairy items, sugar, salt, vinegars, aspirin, eggs, honey, oatmeal, olive oil and tea bags.
2. Decide on the natural skin care ingredients that best address your skin type and skin care issues. Oil skin types will want to focus on more astringent ingredients such as citrus and exfoliating salt or sugar scrubs while sensitive skin types will want to include more soothing items such as olive oil, dairy products and honey.
3. Develop a natural skin care routine that incorporates a cleansing, scrub, toning, and moisturizing recipe using the natural ingredients best suited for your skin type. A normal skin type might use a sea salt scrub recipe followed by a lemon juice toner and olive oil based moisturizer.
4. Start collecting natural skin care recipes and experiment with ingredients to determine which are best suited to address your skin care needs.
5. Most skin types benefit from regular facial steams and a weekly facial treatment. Try whipping up a 10 minute enriching moisturizing facial mask from an egg, a packet of unflavored gelatin, a squeeze of lemon, and a drizzle of olive oil.

Its fun! Enjoy experimenting with the different items so that you can discover the ingredients and recipes that work the best for you. Many natural skin care recipes can be made ahead and will keep for several days when refrigerated. There a literally thousands of natural skin care recipes that can address a wide range of skin care issues from combating acne outbreaks to healing skin irritations. The more you explore recipes the greater the success you will have mixing up your own natural skin care treatments!An awesome deodorant consists of just essential oil diluted in water.

If you are allergic to certain foods, don’t use them in a natural skin care recipe either!

How to Make Banana Scrub

Bananas are great for keeping the skin on your face and body fresh and soft. They are a great alternative to the potentially harmful chemicals found in many skincare products. This is a facial scrub for normal to dry skin and is also suitable for sensitive skin.

* 2 teaspoons mashed banana
* 2 teaspoons rolled oats
* 1 teaspoon milk
* 1 teaspoon honey

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl until it forms a smooth paste. Apply to your face and leave it on for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, massage it into your face. Allow it to sit for 5 more minutes. Rinse off thoroughly with warm water.

This scrub works as a peel. The dead skin cells adhere to the slightly dried paste and are removed by the friction created when you gently massage it over your face. Pull your hair back with a headband and put it in a high ponytail. Honey-Banana mix is tough to get out of your hair. Be sure to smash the banana into really small bits - big ones will slide off your face and onto your clothes and then, the floor!

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