Body Care Tips for the Winter Season
Updated: 5 days ago
Body care tips for the winter season:
Drink plenty of room temperature water, no iced beverages.
Add extra oil to your daily diet like Flaxseed Oil.
Keep your body warm and covered when in the wind and cold.
Get adequate rest and sleep.
Body Exfoliation: Dry brushing daily before a bath or shower.
Stimulates blood and lymphatic flow.
Removes dead skin cells.
Strengthens the immune system.
Stimulates the nervous system, tones the muscles, and tightens the skin.
Dead Sea Salt Shower Scrub
Apply 2-3 times a week in the shower, before you turn the water on. Apply a small amount at a time with long movements along the natural lymphatic flow, towards the heart. Easy Recipe – Makes @ 4oz.
½ cup of salt (Combination of fine grain Dead Sea Salt and sea salt.)
add 2-3 TBSP. of organic and unrefined carrier oils (Use a lighter viscosity of carrier or base oils like apricot, safflower, sunflower or sesame for even application.)
*5-10 drops of essential oils
Because salt absorbs, it is best to store it in a glass container if it will not be used immediately.
Caution: DO NOT apply to newly shaved areas, wounds, face or to the breast tissue. *When using essential oils always review the precautions.
Make one of the BEST body moisturizers; without any fillers, harsh chemicals or synthetic preservatives.
Whipped Raw Shea Body Butter
Easy Recipe - Makes @ 9oz. (Expected shelf life is 1 month if not refrigerated.) This recipe does not require any heat. Mix together the following ingredients using a stick blender or mixer. Begin whipping the shea butter and slowly drizzle in the carrier oils. Once this mixture is thoroughly blended, mix in the essential oils, put into containers and label.
1 cup of raw and organic Shea Butter at room temperature
¼ cup organic and unrefined carrier or base oils (A wonderful combination of carrier oils is sunflower, sesame and macadamia)
*10-15 drops of essential oils
*When using essential oils always review the precautions.
Apply daily after a bath or shower.