Even You Out Facemask

Ok ladies… this mask has been a game changer for me. I just recently started to use it on my clients, as I like to test out treatments awhile on myself before I give it a try. It’s pretty easy to make, which is important for me and it has mega benefits. #winwin #oilyesthetician

Let’s talk turmeric... Indian brides have long used turmeric body scrubs and masks before their wedding days to illuminate from head to toe. 

Benefits of Turmeric:

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  • reduces redness
  • treats breakouts
  • helps with age spots
  • reduces scarring and hyperpigmentation
  • helps to heal psoriasis and eczema
  • brightens and tones
  • anti-inflammatory

Apple Cider Vinegar is no slouch either. 

  • helps treat age spots and uneven skin
  • It restores your PH balance to the skin
  • supports acne with its antiseptic and antibacterial properties

Honey, your skin’s new savor

  • Full of antioxidants
  • extremely moisturizing and soothing
  • helps to clarify the skin

Honey is also great for problematic skin because of its antibacterial properties.

Now that we have all these pretty amazing natural products already in our cabinets, let’s bring it up like a billion notches and add some of my favorite essential oils to give this mask a pretty serious kick! 

Lemon, Lavender, and Sandalwood are my tops picks when it comes to uneven skin. You will want to add these in your mask for the ultimate outcome. Make sure you are using pure essential oils, no fillers allowed. Need to know where you can find unadulterated eo’s? Check out my site at yldist.com/revive

So, I promised you easy, here’s the recipe.

Even You Out Facemask

1/2 teaspoon of turmeric

1/2 teaspoon of ACV

1 tablespoon of honey

2 drops of YL Lemon essential oil

2 drops of YL Lavender essential oil

2 drops of YL Sandalwood essential oil

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Kimberly Esposito
Thigh Gap

So, one of the many reason’s I chose to start living a more chemical free lifestyle was because of harmful ingredients like talc. For the past few years I’ve heard more and more about how this dangerous chemical is and it is still allowed in our cosmetics and body care. It’s in everything from face makeup, soap, to antiperspirant. I have my ultimate chemical free makeup covered with my Savvy line from Young Living. They also make some pretty awesome soaps and shampoo’s. I like taking the guess work out and ordering from a reputable company. You can go down some crazy rabbit holes looking for information about products. One thing I haven’t found is the replacement for baby powder. You may ask “Why would a middle aged (UGH) woman need baby powder if her youngest is 8. Well I blame my mother (it’s in chapter 5 of things we blame parents for in my book). She has me addicted to it. See, I wasn’t genetically blessed with the thigh gap many girls have. Nope, unfortunately my thighs… they rub together with enough friction to cause forest fires. There, I’ve said it, it’s out in the cyber world now. I’m more likely to see a rainbow unicorn than a thigh gap. So, this is where I took control and made my own safe and healthy powder to protect my three-year-old thighs. It’s easy to make and works like a charm. 

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Thigh Gap Magic

1/2 cup of arrowroot powder

2 drops of chamomile essential oil

2 drops of lavender essential oil

You can store this in sugar shaker jar for quick easy use. 

 

Kimberly Esposito