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If you haven’t yet discovered bath bombs, you’re in for a real treat. Bath bombs are little round or square “bombs” that fizz when you drop them into water. The fizz is brought on by a combination of Epsom salts, citric acid, and baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) — the basic ingredients of a bath bomb. However, there’s a lot more to love about a bath bomb than the fizz. Bath bombs, of course, have remarkable cleansing effects, and they help clean the body without all the manual work of a regular bath. More than this, though, bath bombs can be used to heal and nourish the skin, as well as to calm the mind to that state of equilibrium and well-being that aromatherapies can invoke. And, still, that is not all. There are at least five other reasons why you should start using bath bombs:

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Rose water toner is one of the best products you can add to your beauty routine. It is an extraordinarily gentle facial cleanser, made through a delicate process of steeping rose petals in distilled water. The water goes through a method of steam distillation, and, in the final distillation, the rose water is extracted. Out of this process comes what is considered the most gentle astringent you can use on your skin. Rose water toner is superior to witch hazel, isopropyl alcohol, or any other astringent.

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One person's odor is another's aroma, and no matter how pungent a smell is, it's almost certainly useful. This is especially true of patchouli oil, one of the most useful essential oils with one of the strongest smells. Humans have used this versatile substance throughout our history, and it continues to play an important role to this day.

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Blackheads are the most frustrating skin impurity to get rid of. We try a countless number of methods, chemicals, and expensive masks that dry out our skin or just irritate it more. When it comes to treating your skin, you need to be careful about what you use. Your skin deserves the best, nourishing ingredients. Here is our list of the best ways to get rid of blackheads naturally....
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, which means everyone will be traveling home to see family and friends to feast on amazing food! Everyone will be taking pictures, catching up, and looking their best. In order to ease the stress of picking out the perfect outfit with enough wiggle room for turkey, here are our Travel Beauty Essentials that will keep you looking naturally beautiful for the holiday....
Brushing your hair is crucial to your hair’s health. Brushing daily helps keep your scalp clean, keeps your hair shiny, and keeps your hair voluminous. However, not using that hair brush correctly could be really damaging. Whether you have straight, curly, or wavy hair, we have all had frustrating times with our hair brush. We aggressively detangle and brush a million times hoping that our hair will just magically look like we just came out of the salon. We are here to kick those bad hair brush habits out and show you the right way to work that brush! ...

Let’s face it, we all want fuller, fierce lashes. However, just like our skin and our lips, they require lots of attention, and they deserve it! We put our lashes through a lot. We harshly wipe off eyeliner, we clump on mascara like there’s no tomorrow, and we aggressively curl them. No wonder our lashes are not naturally poppin! In order to naturally achieve eyelash growth, you need to not only stimulate growth, but maintain the health of your lashes.

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World renowned models religiously include rosehip oil as part of their everyday skincare regime. Supermodel Miranda Kerr swears by rosehip oil and credits it with giving her skin its trademark rosy glow. She puts it on at night and wakes up to a refreshed and rejuvenated complexion. As a busy model and mother, she loves the simplicity of rosehip oil and the fact it delivers better results than higher priced products. Rose oil also absorbs easily into the skin, making it an effective overnight beauty treatment because it doesn't leave greasy stains on sheets and pillowcases.
Today’s women are turning to rosehip oil—an ancient product, to preserve their youth by keeping their skin smooth and glowing, and helping their hair retain strength, shine and bounce. Oil extracted from rosehip seeds is a versatile grooming product.

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After a rose sheds its petals, it’s left with a tiny “fruit” called the hip of the rose, from which Rosehip oil is extracted, and how the name rosehip originated. Next time you see a rose no longer in bloom, remember that the most healing part of the rose is still there in the hip. In contrast to the commonly known fragrance of the rose, rosehip oil gives off a woodsy scent reminiscent of timber in a forest.

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Dead Sea mud mask is exactly what it sounds like—mud from the Dead Sea. It’s used to cover your face, or really any part of your body to detox and rejuvenate your skin.
It works to control skin blemishes like acne, wrinkles and dry skin, and transform your skin into the smooth and glowing state everyone will notice.

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