Skincare Saturday: the skin food hiding in your kitchen!

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Amanda wrote an awesome post for Skincare Saturday today on the skin food you’ve got hiding in your kitchen!

Honey is one of my favorite skin-care tools, but it gets lost in the shuffle of fabulous oils and other fun, “alternative” methods. But it’s worth remembering – it’s a really powerful, natural tool.

I even use it as a wound treatment, like when I burn my foot on my Foreman Grill. (Just kidding.)

Check out Skincare Saturday at the Skintervention Guide blog!

 

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