Buttermilk Facial Recipe

Buttermilk Facial Recipe

 

Happy Tuesday Everyone!

How was your weekend Bloggee’s and Bloggette’s ? Did you get up to anything nice?

I was at Babylon at Kensington Roof Gardens on Friday night for a romantic dinner with the Beloved and afterwards we went to the club to shake a few legs. Unfortunately the music was much to be desired so we didn’t stay long but apart from that we had a lovely time and I can’t wait to return in the summer nearer my birthday so I can take full advantage of the beautiful 1 and a half acre landscaped gardens.

 Todays free recipe is for a facial mask. The time is now to get your face in ultimate condition for your holidays and this buttermilk mask will help you do that by not only rejuvenating your skin but giving it a boost of moisture and nourishment. It’s perfect to use all year round but it’s especially effective in winter. It only has a few ingredients in it so it should be easy peasy to do (no point in giving you a recipe with hundreds of ingredients in it as then you wouldn’t do it and that just would never do!). I personally love this recipe in particular for the buttermilk which is so good in skin recipes because of the amazingly silky texture it imparts.

Ingredients

3 tablespoons of fresh Buttermilk

2 1/2 tablespoons of Oatflour

1 tablespoon of Flaxseed or Carrotseed oil

Directions

Mix ingredients together. Apply to face and allow to dry before removing with lukewarm water and pat dry.

Don’t forget we’ve got another bank holiday to look forward to this weekend. Make the most of it and get your skin nice and lovely! 🙂

Till we speak again

Love,

Tori

 

Chamomile Baby Oil Recipe

Chamomile Baby Oil Recipe

 An all easily absorbed natural homemade skincare recipe specially formulated for your babies precious skin. Perfect for use after your baby’s bathtime with the lovely comforting smell of chamomile. Ingredients Olive Oil 59 ml Calendula Oil 44 ml Avocado Oil 14 ml Jojoba Oil 14 ml Wheat Germ Oil 9 ml Vitamin E 6 ml Roman Chamomile Essential Oil  a few drops Instructions: Mix ingredients together and decant into a dark glass bottle and keep out of direct sunlight to prevent the oils from going rancid. Use oil after baby’s bathtime or for baby massage. This oil will keep your babies skin soft and supple and with it’s all natural ingredients you know that you’re putting nothing but goodness onto your babies skin (or yours).

Enjoy!

Fizzing Chamomile Bath Milk Recipe

Fizzing Chamomile Bath Milk Recipe

   I’ve got a gorgeous FREE recipe for all my wonderful bloggee’s and bloggette’s today! It’s not only a completely natural skincare recipe but it’s super easy and works wonders. You might even have a few of these ingredients already in your kitchen so there’s no excuse not to give it a try and It will make your skin really soft and well nourished! Ingredients 1/2 cup of powdered milk (I suggest buttermilk) 1/2 cup of baking soda 1/2 cup of cornstarch 1/2 cup of citric acid 1/2 cup of Epsom salts Dried Chamomile flowers A few drops of Essential Oils (I suggest Ylang Ylang, Bergamot  and Vanilla) Instructions Mix all dried the ingredients together, add the chamomile flowers, mix well and the gradually add your essential oils (not too much just a few drops of each is fine), then mix again. Let it dry for 24 hours (patience is a virtue:). Store in plastic jars with a tight lid. Use 3 to 4 tablespoons per bath or 2 tablespoons for a foot soak. Relax and enjoy! If you tried this recipe please do let me know how you got on Have a beautiful day! 🙂