TBF Beauty Newsletter:  Take it to the Fridge

Here’s a fact: some of the best beauty products in the world can be found at your local grocery store. So, why do most women head to a drugstore or make-up counter for their bag of beauty tricks as opposed to their local fruit stands? Is it one of those things where we just can’t believe that anything is that simple – like that avocados could actually work better than that $90 face mask at the spa? We scoured the web to find out and you know what? Next time, we just might celebrate our next shopping spree at the produce section of Whole Foods!

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  1. says

    I actually use Virgin Coconut Oil instead of face cream at night. It has a velvety texture, sinks into skin, smells great, and is so cheap! It’s naturally anti-bacterial, so it’s ok if you have blimishes, etc. Must be virgin and cold-pressed, though. Also great for cuticles, nails, and hair. I rub it onto my kids faces instead of lotion, too. Needless to say, I love the stuff!

  2. Xsyntriq says

    Ok – I have to know, where did you find Virgin Coconut Oil?? I love the scent of coconut and anything that can help me moisturize without causing breakouts has to be a winner.

  3. Xsyntriq says

    Ok – I have to know, where did you find Virgin Coconut Oil?? I love the scent of coconut and anything that can help me moisturize without causing breakouts has to be a winner.

  4. Manasvi says

    Once a week I boil some green tea, and splash it on my face. Then I smooth on some honey. Then splash it clean with some green tea. If I need some extra help remove it I use a drop of milk. Then I apply a little extra virgin olive oil. Great for winter and for a healthy glow.

    Using honey, salt, sugar and oil for a body scrub must be the best thing for summer skin. Thaat and sunscreen

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