(Closed) Apple Cider Vinegar rinse and other weird beauty secrets…share 'em!

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Worker bee

    

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lim3: Hmm.  Sounds like you gave it a good effort.  Well, if you found products that work for you then that’s what is important.  I have read about raw honey as a conditioner.  Here is a link that I have referenced on my quest for natural beauty products if you…or anyone else is interested!  Otherwise use what works for you :]  http://almostexactlyblog.com/2013/06/16/no-poo-alternatives

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Buzzing bee

Baking soda can be used as “shampoo” as well. I get itchy scalp so baking soda works well for that and an ACV rinse is great. It stings when I get it in my eyes (lol) though so I couldn’t imagine using it on my face. 

I use Witch Hazel on a washcloth to remove makeup and clean my face. It takes off waterproof mascara with a little bit of wiping. Plus it doesn’t hurt my eyes as much as other makeup removers. Love it!

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I love salt water on my face! 1 part salt to 10 parts water 9about). heat it up so it’s wamr, not hot. Take a cotton ball, dip it in, rub it on my face abd leave it on for 15 mins. Then rinse and moisturize. Has helped my ance like crazy! Love love love it!

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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015 - Ruby Princess

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elatedmidnight:  there’s this beauty sample i received, and now i’m totally buying it. it’s called biossance. it’s made with plant-based squalene. it’s like an oil, but not greasy. I have these dry areas on my cheeks, and after i exfoliate with this amazing sugar scrub my friend made (need to get that recipe), i put a drop on each cheek and rub in. it is the most amazing thing i have ever used. i got the sample for free, and i found some on ebay for 10$. do the free sample if you have dry areas. probably work for excema too. 

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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015 - Ruby Princess

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lim3:  redken has an amazing product i just discovered called One United. Its a leave in spray. my hair lady used it on my hair and what usually is a tangled mess combed out so easy. and it’s light so it doesn’t weigh down your hair or make it greasy. I have fine thin straight hair, for reference. Enjoy also makes a great similar product called conditioning spray. 

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Swizzle:  Thanks! I’ll have to try that, the great thing about sephora is they give you a sample to try first before you buy it! 

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Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I like to use raw, organic honey as a facial cleaner.  it goes on sticky, but once you wet it with water it just comes right off so easily!  It makes my skin feel very clean and minimizes the fine lines. 

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

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buzzinbee:  Lavender essentional oil also works great on burns. It takes the ouch out. 

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  • Wedding: August 2016

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Souzie:  I use coconut oil for my hair to take the freeze out. (curly hair.) I also use it as a mounth wash I swish it around and it get out all the yuck. I do it for as long as I can. 

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mimigirl7:  I love coconut oil! I make a little jar of coconut oil with some vitamin E and use it as make up remover and lip balm. I’ve heard such good things about oil pulling (swishing it around in your mouth) but it always seemed icky to me, I’ll have to try it again tho!

 

Another weird beauty thing I do is lay upside down on the couch so my hair is dangling upside down for 3-5 minutes a day- it’s supposed to help promote hair growth and may be all in my head but I feel like it works 

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Worker bee

I attempted to include a reply but it didn’t work and since we can’t delete anything I had to write something :]

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MsGinkgo:  I agree it sounds like it might be an awful mess but you dilute it before using.  Like @buzzingbee82 mentioned she uses it as a facial cleanser and it rinses clean.  Honey is a natural humectant and it retains moisture.   I would suggest the link I included or this one as it helps explain how to use it.

 

http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/wavy-hair-type-2/6-honey-hair-treatments

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