My favorite: honey.

Honey contains humectants which lock moisture into your skin. It is anti bacterial. It contains many vitamins and minerals, is pure…my suggestion is to wash your face with it every day and follow with Shea butter (a great healer).

http://www.organicfacts.net/organic-animal-products/organic-honey/health-benefits-of-honey.html

During cold season, drink (each day) a glass of water containing a half tablespoon of lemon and a drop or two of honey. I tried it and I did not get a cold until after I stopped drinking it.

 

For mild burns I suggest (from experience) rubbing with ice and then salt. Leave the salt on for two minutes and wipe off.

 

Try melalueca oil for cuts and first aid.

http://www.buzzle.com/articles/melaleuca-oil-benefits.htmlhttp://www.buzzle.com/articles/melaleuca-oil-benefits.html

 

Make it a goal every day to eat at least one piece of raw fruit, two cups of raw veggies, and drink at least 4+ cups water…get at least 6 hours of sleep at night. Spend at least 10 minutes in vigorous exercise every day…and, don’t forget to just take some time to relax and meditate whenever you can.

 

Girls: find your color. If you have dark hair, red is a good color. If you are a blonde, green is a good color for you. Kudos to blue for redheads. If you are a brunette, I suggest purple. Pink is an all around great color for most ladies, especially the very light or dark.

 

Remember, you do not necessarily become beautiful, you just reveal your natural beauty.

 

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