Showing posts from August, 2013

What is a Naturopathic Doctor?

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dr. Tara Andresen - ND . All opinions are 100% mine. If you suffer from a chronic condition, naturopathic doctor may help you find relief.  A naturopathic doctor can diagnose, treat, and prevent illnesses.  They help their patients live as healthy as possibly by using the body's ability to heal itself using natural remedies.   Conditions A  naturopathic clinic  can treat many different conditions, including: Women's health from puberty to menopause High blood pressure Heart attack prevention High cholesterol Back and neck pain Arthritis Headaches Fibromyalgia TMJ Allergies Heartburn Diarrhea Crohn's disease Food sensitivities Acne Eczema Diabetes Chronic fatigue Anxiety Depression Insomnia Weight management Tests A naturopathic doctor diagnoses illness much like a general docto

DIY Eye Shadow Primer Recipe + Easy Recipes

Use this DIY eyeshadow primer recipe to help your eye makeup last longer.  Do you use eye shadow primer?  I didn't used to until I got a free sample.  Now I won't apply my eye makeup without it. Primer is like foundation for your eye makeup.  It helps it go on smoother, reduces creasing, and helps your makeup stay longer.   If your makeup creases or wears off after a few hours, try using a primer.  You may also want to look in to makeup for oily eyelids if your makes dissolves or melts quickly. Primer is expensive, but you can make your DIY eye shadow primer very easily!

DIY Coffee Scrub Exfoliator Recipe

After you get burnt, peeling skin is annoying and embarrassing.  Slough it away with this easy DIY coffee scrub!  Chlorine and sun exposure can dry out your skin, but this recipe will soothe and moisturize your skin so you are ready to hit the beach in a bikini again. DIY Coffee Scrub Recipe What You Need 1/4 cup coffee grounds from brewed coffee 1/2 cup coconut oil 1/2 cup aloe vera gel Directions 1.  Melt coconut oil in a glass dish in the microwave.  It melts fast, so use 10 second intervals until melted. 2.  Add aloe vera and coffee grounds and let cool completely.  Stir occasionally. 3.  When set, use the scrub in the shower to gently scrub away dead skin cells and moisturize your skin. Do not use on your face or on sunburnt skin .  Wait for your skin to heal after a burn to use this. Coconut oil is an excellent skin moisturizer, and aloe vera is said to have healing properties for dry skin. How easy is this DIY coffee scrub recipe?