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Old 11-13-2012, 06:29 PM   #51
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I add cold water and it dissolves fine. i notice that my face looks smoother after I use it. I do think my face is a bit more glowy. Like the tone is just nicer overall

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How's it going? I've been a bit lazy and haven't been washing my face every night . Haven't noticed any more improvements. I did stop using my oils though. Turns out one of the oils is causing the itchiness. I have been to lazy to experiment to figure out which one. I just went back to using my commercial face cream after the honey/oatmeal/milk wash. I think my skin is happier. My face seemed to be dry with the oils but with my commercial cream its balanced. I think i will wait until summer to mess around with the oils again and just stick with my heavy duty cream for now.
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Im glad you figured out the cause of the itchiness.

Im stillwashing my face with honey. My skin is doing pretty good. I have been using a oil mix of kukui, avocado and wheat germ at night. Its thick but sinks in good. I like it. If i need more moisture i add a natural lotion on top but i usually dont need it. Tje weather here doesn't change too much where i need something heavy for winter
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Re: honey face washers....where you at?!

The honey definitely doesn't spread very well in the absence of having naturally warm hands, so perhaps using a steaming washcloth would work better. That's all i have to say about my first trial. Oh, and it is nice licking around your lips while you wait with it on for 5 minutes, lol!

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I may try this.

Anyone have some good ideas to naturally remove eye make up that won't leave face greasy?
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Anyone have some good ideas to naturally remove eye make up that won't leave face greasy?
I use milk. My mix is 1c dry milk to 1/4 c fround oatmeal. I don't mix mine with water until i use it. Just put a little in my hand and add water. It doesn't work as well as oil, but it does the job. I use it for my entire face to remove makeup
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I use milk. My mix is 1c dry milk to 1/4 c fround oatmeal. I don't mix mine with water until i use it. Just put a little in my hand and add water. It doesn't work as well as oil, but it does the job. I use it for my entire face to remove makeup
Great, thank you.

I used honey this morning and when I met up with my Mom to work out she commented on how my skin looked nicer(hadn't mentioned it to her) this looks promising!
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Great, thank you.

I used honey this morning and when I met up with my Mom to work out she commented on how my skin looked nicer(hadn't mentioned it to her) this looks promising!
great! did you change anything else?
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I have a question we bought some honey from a lady that was jarred locally it still has a hunk of comb in it. Do you suppose this is raw?
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I have a question we bought some honey from a lady that was jarred locally it still has a hunk of comb in it. Do you suppose this is raw?
If its jarred locally and still has a comb, I don't it was pasturized so yes its probably raw.
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