I dont know about you, but i have completely neglected my feet this winter and have really noticed how the skin has become rough, dry and hard around my heels and on the balls of the feet, especially. It felt like the task was going to be a lot of work getting them back to the soft layer of skin below. I went online for some tips on doing this at home since i can't really afford a proper pedicure right now. To be honest i have only ever had a couple of proper pedicures in my life since they're sooo expensive!!
I have been on the look out for a decent lip balm for the winter months, since my lips are prone to chapping so i needed to find a really good quality one. I use lip balm all year round as part of my daily routine in the morning and re-apply at least twice a day so i was keen to find a really good one. I had a recommendation from a friend of mine for an Aloe vera based one which has menthol infused so it has a nice fresh and very mild scent. It also provides a cooling sensation when applied. It is calming and silky with just the right amount of moisture so that it glides on perfectly and only needs one coat. Aloe vera is healing aswell so if you have dry or chapped lips it helps. It prevents drying and protects from the outside elements.
Here's a little brief history of Himalayan pink salt and why its so amazing. Around 200 million years ago, crystallised salt beds became covered by lava in the Himalayas. Untouched, having been preserved by snow and ice for so many years, the sea salt has been protected from any kind of pollution. It is basically the best salt on earth. It contains the same 84 trace minerals and elements found in the human body. Here are a few to mention:
Here is an easy to make and fast working, soothing eye gel. Its great for sensitive skin and reduces puffiness with ease. Its also completely natural so great for the delicate eye area and no irritations. Cucumber and aloe vera have healing properties so its a nice relaxing treat for tired eyes.
This grapefruit salt scrub will leave you feeling refreshed, smelling gorgeous and your skin silky soft. You will feel as though you have just walked out of a spa after applying this easy-to-make, all natural exfoliating scrub. I love the smell of grapefruit and this is definitely one of my favourites so i hope you enjoy. These scrubs are great for presents too so if you happen to find any nice jars with lids and some ribbon or burlap, then look no further for the perfect gift.