Cold dry/Hot Dry – dry is dry.

snow 2 imagesCA03SO0J The South, Mid-west, East coast – cold and chafed. West coast – bone dry.  In all cases, we feel itchy and flakey and our skin needs moisture. Here’s my quick creamy, dreamy answer to re-moistening and nurturing your skin… everywhere.

First, Ingredients:

bath oil (I prefer lavender, but as you wish)

baking soda

facial cleanser

a wash cloth

an egg

a dollop of plain Greek yogurt

an ice cube

moisturizer (face and body)

DRAW A NICE WARM TO HOT BATH AND ADD SOME DROPS OF YOUR FAVORITE BATH OIL…

TAKE A SMALL AMOUT (LIKE HALF A TEASPOON) OF BAKING SODA AND ADD IT TO A SQUEEZE OF LIQUID FACE CLEANSER AND RUB YOUR FACE GENTLY. images

I NORMALLY HATE SCRUBS BECAUSE THE PIECES ARE TOO LARGE AND CAN CAUSE BROKEN CAPILLARIES BUT, THE BAKING SODA IS VERY FINE IN TEXTURE… OK.

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SIT IN THE TUB WITH A WARM, WET FACE CLOTH ON YOUR FACE AND BREATHE IN THE MOIST HEAT FOR A GOOD TEN MINUTES AND SOAK. ( NO BATH OIL ON THE FACE PLEASE)

WHEN YOU ARE READY GET OUT OF THE TUB AND MAKE YOUR WAY INTO THE KITCHEN AND BEAT AN EGG AND ADD A GOOD AMOUNT OF IT TO A TABLESPOON OF PLAIN GREEK YOGURT.

APPLY IT TO YOUR FACE AND NECK AND LET IT SIT FOR 10-20 MINUTES. AND THEN RINSE IT OFF WITH COLDISH WATER.

TAKE AN ICE CUBE AND RUB IT ALL OVER YOUR FACE AND NECK AND PAT DRY. APPLY MOISTURIZER ALL OVER…

YOU WILL FEEL DEWEY, PLUMP, TIGHT AND HYDRATED FOR DAYS!

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