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Olive Oil and Seaweed Cellulite Scrub
A natural exfoliant, seaweed stimulates circulation and flushes toxins, which helps to reduce the appearance of ...
Chia Seed Exfoliating Scrub
This homemade exfoliating scrub is just as effective as store-brought exfoliants – without the cost.
Bobbi Brown's Coconut Kale Shake
Chockfull of vitamins and antioxidants, this green smoothie is makeup mogul Bobbi Brown's go-to food for beautiful ...
Dr. Oz’s Blemish-Busting Bite
Treat your acne from the inside out with anti-inflammatory foods. This recipe contains omega-3s from the walnuts and ...
Lemon Facial Cleanser
Unleash the anti-aging power of lemons with this homemade facial cleanser. The acid from the lemons will rid your skin ...
Homemade Lemon Essential Oil
Lemons are a stress-reducing super citrus fruit. Create your own lemon essential oil using the lemon peel, which ...
Dr. Oz's 48-Hour Weekend Cleanse Recipes
Reboot your body with Dr. Oz's 48-hour Weekend Cleanse. This cleanse is designed to give you the key nutrients your ...
Cellulite-Reducing Seaweed Mask
Ninety percent of women have cellulite – luckily there are solutions to this common problem. This inexpensive mask ...
Lemon Brandy Mask
The acid of the lemon, the lactic acid of the milk and the alcohol in the brandy in this face mask work together to ...
Clay Beauty Mask
This beauty secret for a youthful complexion comes from the Maya civilization. The green clay activates circulation and ...
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