- 1/4 cup ripe papaya
- 2 tsp aloe vera gel
- 2 tbsp cosmetic clay
Add all the ingredients to your blender and mix. This mixture can be stored in the refrigerator for several days…just be sure it is warmed up before applying it to your face.
This recipe was taken from page 64 of The Royal Treatment by Steve Capellini.
For external use only to relieve minor aches, pains, and stiffness in the back.
- 1 tsp cayenne, powder
- 1 tsp ginger, powder
- 1 tsp lobelia (optional), powder
Add powered herbs to a bowl of very hot water and stir together until blended and dissolved. Place a clean washcloth in the water so that the herbs soak in. Lightly wring out excess tea. Place on area of back that is causing discomfort. Allow washcloth to set until the heat is gone.
Fill a separate bowl with ice and water. Dip a clean washcloth in the water. Wring out excess water and place on same area of back. Allow washcloth to warm to body temp.
Repeat several times, ending with hot tea compress.
I love pedicures! I even have my husband hooked on them now. 😉
Unfortunately, I can’t go as often as I would like to have them done…there just isn’t enough time and having a pedicure every week is probably a bit excessive. LOL!
But, that doesn’t mean that I can’t have the benefits of having a pedicure every week. Here is a super simple scrub recipe for beautiful feet & legs:
- 1/2 cup body wash (any brand, fragrance you choose)
- 1/8 – 1/4 cup Epsom salt or sea salt – adjust according to how intense you want the scrub to be…the more salt, the more intense
Simply mix the 2 ingredients, apply to feet and legs (top, bottom, front, back), and scrub, scrub, scrub.
This will take all the dead, dried skin off your feet and legs. You’ll love how soft and smooth your legs are afterwards!
Go ahead…pamper yourself with a weekly scrub to your feet and legs. Enjoy!