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Honey Treatment for smooth and glowing skin


Honey has always been utilized in cooking, medicine and cosmetics and it's precisely this last area that we are getting to explore. This natural sugar features a draining and antioxidant action because of the presence of vitamins, beta-carotene and polyphenols, while the enzymes it contains act to renew skin tissues and minerals to accelerate metabolic reactions.

The honey treatment give strength and energy to the skin
If you find that the skin on your thighs and hips needs to be smoothed and firmed, here is the treatment for you. It is a scrub to be carried out with crystallized honey, the most suitable variety to reactivate circulation and renew the epidermis. What do you need? 4 tablespoons of crystallized honey, 4 teaspoons of raw cane sugar and 2 teaspoons of grated orange peel. These combined elements create an effective natural exfoliant, eliminating the dead cells of the horny layer of the skin and reactivating the circulation and, while the nutrients of honey get to deeply nourish the skin, making it soft and soft, the orange peel offers the skin the purifying and draining properties of citrus fruits, thanks to the presence of vitamin C. How to do it? In the shower, apply the mixture on wet skin, starting from the ankles and calves, going up in circular movements and insisting on the critical points. Still in the shower, rinse with warm water and remove any residue with a warm towel. To reactivate the circulation and tone the tissues, complete the treatment with jets of cold water on the areas most suffering from the imperfection.

Dandelion honey massage: the most pleasant treatment
To have a soft , smooth skin, drain toxins and reduce the signs of aging, have a honey-based massage. It is a really sweet thanks to fully enjoy the scent and consistency of this nectar which conveys well-being and instills relaxation. To act directly on the thighs and decrease their circumference, the advice is to try the dandelion honey massage, a plant rich in bioactive substances and with purifying, anti-inflammatory and detoxifying properties. This combination becomes the perfect ally to act against water retention and cellulite. Take 2 tablespoons of dandelion honey and 2 drops of turmeric zedoaria essential oil (it has properties similar to ginger and absorbs stagnation and toxins), calculating 1 tablespoon of honey per area to be treated. Heat the honey in a water bath for 5 minutes. Apply it on dry and clean skin with the palm of your hand, exerting a slight circular movement. As the honey cools, you will notice that it will become more sticky, creating an exfoliating action with a delicate sucker effect and capable of bringing blood and toxins to the surface. At the end of the treatment, clean any honey residues with a damp towel.

Chestnut honey for the mask-compress that improves circulation
Chestnut honey contains mineral salts, especially iron, which strengthen the vascular walls and protect the cardiovascular system , and is rich in flavonoids, polyphenols and antioxidants that fight free radicals, thus improving skin tone and appearance. Get 1 tablespoon of chestnut honey and 1 teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda , mix them during a bowl. Apply the mixture on the areas to be treated with energy for 2-3 minutes and leave on for about quarter-hour then rinse.

Thicker honey fills the fine lines of the face
Rhododendron honey, on and cherry, dense and full-bodied, are the natural filler to fill the small wrinkles that form above the lips and on the side of the eyes. Massage 1 teaspoon of honey onto the area you want to plump every evening, then rinse quickly and apply the night cream.

Honey in the bathroom for a moment of pure relaxation
To decrease the tensions accumulated at the end of the day and detoxify the skin, allow yourself 15 minutes of relaxation in the bath tub. Mix well 3 tablespoons of liquid organic honey, 6 drops of petit-grain, 6 drops of lavender, 4 drops of cajeput, 4 drops of yarrow and then add the mixture to the tub water. Now you just have to dive ...

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