Have you tried this? I used to use coconut oil as a moisturizer but this looks great, definitely trying this
One is to rub lemon juice onto your lips before bedtime to bring out their natural color. After you have applied the lemon juice wait for them to dry and then moisturize them. Do this just once a week as lemon juice can dry your lips out.
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I’m always on the hunt for new products to use, and since the list of “ingredients you should avoid” keeps on growing. I find It easier to go for natural products when I can (Or homemade…) And since I’m waay to lazy to make my own soap The Freedom Soap co make natural handmade vegan and palm oil free soaps that are great!
Here’s a happy alternative to sitting with your hair cooking under a smelly cap of chemicals…
1. Mix the juice of 1 lemon with 2 tablespoons strong chamomile tea. Buy chamomile tea.
2. Using an inexpensive straw hat with lots of holes in it, pull strands of hair through the holes. (A crochet hook or pencil is good for this.)
3. Apply the lemon/chamomile mixture to the exposed hair. Sit in the sun for 2 hours – you’ll end up with natural-looking streaking. Don’t forget sunscreen! (Good book, glass of wine…)
I am trying another type of natural bleaching! I’m mixing honey with olive oil letting the composition mix in 10 minutes, then I put it in my hair, and have it for 30-40 minutes. I’m going to try to add this to my queenday-routine. I’m planning to add honey into my conditioner aswell, enough with the honey and over to camomille tea – I made tea (2 cups of water and a bag of camomille tea) and poured it into a spray bottle, hopefully my hair will look cooler in a healthy way :)