Use this Peppermint Vanilla Lip Scrub to gently exfoliate your lips before applying balm or lipstick! It can be used daily or as needed. Aside from food, photography and travel, skincare is one of my favorite hobbies. I’m tempted to start a separate skincare blog, but I honestly don’t know when I’d find the time. Testing products brings me joy, and I have to make an effort not to go overboard for the sake of both my wallet and
Why spend a lot of money on yoga mat cleaner when it’s so easy and inexpensive to make it at home? I realize this post is a bit out of the norm for me, but I’ve gotten into DIY projects recently. It started with homemade scrubs and has grown from there. This homemade yoga mat cleaner smells amazing and has saved me a ton of money. If you’re a fan of yoga, especially hot yoga, you’re going to love this.
This Grapefruit Honey Sugar Scrub smells amazing and is wonderful for your skin. It also makes a great gift! When winter rolls around, my sensitive skin immediately begins to act up. I have a particular skincare routine for my face, but it doesn’t involve exfoliation because I’ve never felt the need (and I’ve heard it can actually be damaging). However, I love using a gentle, homemade exfoliator on the rest of my body. It moisturizes and leaves my skin feeling incredibly soft
Learn how to make an inexpensive homemade rosemary sugar scrub with coconut oil and turbinado sugar that will leave your skin feeling amazing. Have you ever made a homemade scrub? They’re incredibly easy to make and much less expensive than the stuff you buy in stores. This rosemary sugar scrub is one of my favorites. When I first started making scrubs, I used olive oil. But after trial and error, I have to say that coconut oil is one of