Looks like I have to eat my words because what I am about to share today is contradicting what I’ve highlighted in my earlier entry about milia seeds. In the entry, I mentioned that I had developed a milia seed after using Rose Hip Oil around my eyes and my conclusion was that oil should not be used around the eyes to prevent milia seeds from forming.
Not everyone with acne likes the idea of using over the counter acne medications or prescription drugs as these may cause side effects for some people. In this case, natural treatments maybe a better alternative to the harsh chemical treatments as they present a more holistic approach to combat mild acne. So what are the natural remedies available?
Here are some suggestions on natural acne treatments based on what I’ve read from Acne Treatment Guru as well as what I already know.
Two weeks ago I wrote about my experience using Moroccan rhassoul clay to shampoo my hair and today, I like to tell you about my experience using Moroccan rhassoul clay to wash my face. Actually, I kind of regret using the clay on my hair because I should have saved them for my face! The clay is so wonderful for cleansing my combination skin on a daily basis!
Eggs are really useful. Small as they are, they are nutritious when consumed and are great beauty aids. Come to think of it, eggs must be the first natural ingredient I’ve ever used on my face too because they are always available and are so easy to use. All you need is to break an egg, remove the egg yolk and apply the egg white as a mask for an instant face lift! That’s because the proteins in the eggs act to tone and firm the skin; helping to reduce the appearance of pores on the skin and giving us smoother looking skin, temporarily. Hence, eggs are a great beauty fix!