Feel Good: Take Care of Your Health: How to Get Radiant Skin Naturally

Would you like glowing, vibrant, younger-looking, truly fabulous skin…naturally?  Are you looking for natural skin care recipes that will bring out the best in your skin?  While there are many great brand-name products available, creating your own natural products can offer many advantages:

  • You know exactly what ingredients are in your product.
  • They are inexpensive to make.
  • They can actually heal the skin vs. treating the symptoms.
  • They are versatile.  By changing a few ingredients, you can treat a different skin care need.

If you suffer from adult acne, have brown or post-acne spots, or just want to achieve a healthy glow, here are some great recipes for you:

Nearly every person has had to deal with acne at some point in their life.  According to the American Academy of Dermatology, over 17 million people suffer from acne, and over 50% of all women are affected.  If you fall in this category, here is an effective recipe for you:

1 teaspoon activated charcoal powder
½ teaspoon ground flaxseed
1 teaspoon purified water
1 teaspoon aloe vera gel/juice
4 drops tea tree oil
3 drops calendula essential oil

Carefully place the fine black powder into a shallow cup, add the ground flaxseed and water.  Mix until forming a paste.
Add the rest of the ingredients and mix well.
Use frequently all over the areas affected by acne. You can store the mask in a fridge for up to five days.

Brown (or Acne) Spots
Brown spot or post-acne marks can make even smooth skin look blotchy and unhealthy.  Here is an easy recipe that helps fade marks, but also doubles as a great deep cleansing treatment:

3 tablespoons raw plain oats
1 tablespoon honey
1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar (preferably organic)
1 drop tea tree oil
1 drop calendula essential oil

Grind the oats into a powder then add the honey and apple cider vinegar. Blend until smooth.
Add the tea tree and calendula oils and mix well.
You can use this recipe as a scrub or a mask.  Apply to a clean face, avoiding the eye area.
Leave the mask on for about 15 minutes and wash off with lots of tepid water.
Use up each freshly made batch at once; this mask doesn’t store well.

Glowing Skin
We all want healthy, glowing, radiant skin.  This is a favorite recipe because the ingredients are rich in iron, potassium, magnesium, vitamins A, C, and E, and oils that reduce eye puffiness, rejuvenate the skin and leave it smooth, soft and nourished.
¼ cup non-instant oatmeal
½ cup mashed avocado
1  tablespoon honey
1  teaspoon apple cider vinegar

Blend ingredients until reaches desired consistency. Apply mixture to skin and let dry for about 15 minutes. Rinse off.

While treating the outer skin naturally will help you reap great results, be sure to also drink plenty of water and eat a healthy, balanced diet.  Adequate water will give your skin greater elasticity and the moisture it needs to help avoid wrinkles longer.  Ensuring you eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetable will give you the necessary vitamins and minerals that your body needs for regenerating skin cells and helping you create healthy skin from the inside out.

Roz Walker is a wife, mother of two, and true entrepreneur at heart.  She is the Director of Social Media and Networking for Our Milk Money and the owner of RozKWalker.com.  Her passion, purpose and goal is coaching and leading women to discover their strengths, life purpose, and true career passions.


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  1. Jackie Paulson Author

    Great ingredients! I suffer from chronic cystic acne and nothing has worked in 4 years. I have tried so many doctors and natural remedies that Now I think it is a spiritual lesson I have to learn. My scars need a “vampire face-lit” have you heard of it?

    • 100smilechallenge

      I think I overheard something about a “vampire-face-lift”.
      Up until a few years ago I had no skin challenges, but my 40’s have brought on some challenges.
      What type of spiritual lesson do you think you are to learm?

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