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15 Uses for Jojoba Oil

In Green Scene, Hair, Skincare on January 20, 2012 at 10:30 am

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Jojoba oil is an amazingly moisturizing oil very similar to ones own sebum. The skin easily absorbs this oil and it lends itself to many uses for hair and skin, and the bonus is a little goes a long way and will last you a very long time for very little money.

Here is 15 Uses for Jojoba Oil

now that you read the many uses for Jojoba oil buy yours here



Cheap Beauty Tips part 1

In Skincare on January 9, 2012 at 11:39 am

Today, I am compiling a list which I will revisit from time to time to discuss with you ways to make / incorporate items into your beauty routine that will achieve results and cost very little.

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  • Some people enjoy steaming their face others not so much (but if you do try this tip)
  • Get a pot, fill with water, bring to boil then turn off heat place towel over head and let the steam come to your face ( I suggest actually adding a Green Tea bag during the boil process and let your skin absorb the green tea steam doing this for 5 – 10 minutes) – then put on a super moisturizer afterwards
  • Use Coconut Oil on your hands to keep them hydrated & looking young (especially in this harsh winter weather)
  • Skip the beauty creams touting vitamins with extra benefits (don’t be a sucker and pay for an ingredient that often has such a small concentration that your skin gets little of the actual benefits)  go buy the oil separately and add either to your moisturizer or beauty routine (try this vitamin E oil )
  • Use baking soda & water mix together to form a paste consistency then use this on your face to have your own home microdermabrasion  solution (don’t do this more than 1x a week because it’s drying, always moisturize afterwards)
  • Take 2 Tablespoons run under cold water and place in the freezer, after 15 minutes take them out and place over your eyelids
  • Need to make your skin feel softer on your feet fill your bathtub with warm water to the ankles,  combine some baking soda and Apple Cider Vinegar use it as a scrub on your feet


Pretty Pumpkin Facial

In Skincare on January 4, 2012 at 11:32 am

Well, its that time of year when its the holiday season and pumpkins are around. So many people enjoy pumpkin lattes or pies, well I am go to share a Pumpkin Facial recipe you can treat yourself to at home.

Check it out  here 

Take Care

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Product Picks 2011 from BeautySpots Columnist

In Make-up, Skincare on November 28, 2011 at 7:13 pm

Your, always trying new products, reading reviews, looking through magazines and let’s face it practically every week their is some new skincare or makeup product on shelves. Not to mention being bombarded by ongoing TV ads, so here is a list from a Beauty Spots editor who recommends which products she has tried for holiday gifts.

Well, if you have tried any of these or have other favorite products please share them in the comments section below we would love to hear from you.

Till next time,


6 ingredients you Don’t want In your skincare

In Skincare on November 21, 2011 at 10:48 pm

There are too many fragrances, dyes, colors, additives, fillers, and just plain old junk added to most skin care & makeup products and today and many you should avoid. However, I decided to share this with you, I read this article and figured it has 6 of the very common ingredients listed in many skin care brands and thought you should take a read.

I hope you enjoy this article and it will help you steer through product ingredients, just remember the order of the ingredients on a product is correlated to how much of it is used in the product (mandated by FDA).

Take Care


Argan Oil

In Skincare on November 20, 2011 at 8:55 pm

I have just purchased a new argan oil, which I will be reviewing in a few days. You may have remembered my prior review on Josie Maran Argan Oil, and I will make a comparison for you.

For those of you unaware of the many uses of argan oil:

It can be used for

  1. Hair
  2. Softening cuticles (great for at home manicure)
  3. Facial moisturizer / serum
  4. Spot treatment on dry, flaky skin

Remember organic beauty products are better than synthetic ones, especially for those with sensitive skin.