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Nutty Scrub For Dry Skin
submitted by Donna Maria
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This facial scrub is designed especially for dry, neglected skin that is peeling as a result of exposure to harsh environmental conditions, and just needs a bit of pampering to replenish some of the oils and moisture.
- Stir together almond meal, honey powder, wheat germ and poppy seeds in a small bowl until fully mixed. Set aside.
- In a separate bowl, mix together the oils and rose hydrosol.
- While stirring the dry ingredients, add the wet ingredients and mix to combine. If the mixture does not combine well to form a paste-like substance that holds together (instead of pieces falling apart), add a bit more water. If the mixture is too wet when you stir it, add almond meal a little at a time until a thick, paste-like texture is achieved.
- This mixture should be thick enough to cup in your palm without falling apart, but it should not be so stiff that it does not spread easily across your skin.
- To use, scoop out about a tablespoon of the mixture and "mold" it on the pads of the fingers of both hands. Roll the product gently over facial and neck skin. I have also massaged it over my shoulders and breasts for nice and gentle exfoliation. The ides is not to "scrub" the skin with this, but to gently roll it over the skin. You kind of have to try it to know what I mean but you will feel how nicely it treats dry skin. It exfoliates and moisturizes at the same time --without tearing or pulling. Enjoy!!
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