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    Homemade Primal Beauty!

    Let's share our primal beauty secrets! What are your favorite kitchen-concocted beauty treatments?

    I love mixing cane sugar, avocado oil, and lavender essential oil into paste to make a yummy, sensual, soothing body scrub.
    And raw honey face masks?! STFD!!!
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    I am truely very naughty and do ziltch !!!!!! In fact I don't even wash my make up off - I can feel a slapped hand coming on........................
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
    I am truely very naughty and do ziltch !!!!!! In fact I don't even wash my make up off - I can feel a slapped hand coming on........................
    You and me both sister!

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    Ok I'm in. I tried to post this last night but it turned out tl:dr. I have been intrigued by probiotics lately and become addicted to kefir. I've been using kefir as a facial mask and I think it's cooling down my rosacea. The lactic acid smooths bumps and lines. It's making sense to me to that a probiotic rather than an antibiotic would work better to fight inflammation. It also seems to be fading dark spots on my hands. If I could afford to bathe in it I would. I wish I knew which exact strains of probiotic are beneficial to the skin.

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    Check out the cave girl eats blog.
    I use her oil cleansing method every couple of days. My skin has been amazing since I have been doing this.
    I used to need to moisturise daily, not now.
    And I don't bother with makeup LOL, I have no where really to where it.
    And if I do I want to find more natural stuff, maybe the mineral makeup

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    Quote Originally Posted by aktres View Post
    Ok I'm in. I tried to post this last night but it turned out tl:dr. I have been intrigued by probiotics lately and become addicted to kefir. I've been using kefir as a facial mask and I think it's cooling down my rosacea. The lactic acid smooths bumps and lines. It's making sense to me to that a probiotic rather than an antibiotic would work better to fight inflammation. It also seems to be fading dark spots on my hands. If I could afford to bathe in it I would. I wish I knew which exact strains of probiotic are beneficial to the skin.
    How long do you leave it on?
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    Sophie, I probably leave it on too long. The last few days I put in on at night and sleep in it. I leave it on my hands all night. I have it on right now!

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