September 23, 2012

Fall Beauty Treats for the Skin

Happy Fall to you dear reader!
We are discussing healthy and delicious fall treats that help maintain skin radiance... Food certainly takes center stage this time of year, but if you’re looking to curb your calories but still want to indulge your senses (and your skin), here are my Fall and Holiday beauty product picks!

I loveeeeee Pumpkin-anything...

More than a culinary treat, pumpkin contains good-for-your skin antioxidants and exfoliating enzymes that protect skin from damage, smooth rough texture and keep pores clear. We recommend a DIY fresh Pumpkin and honey mask that really helps to restore damaged skin, especially with the Vitamin E found in Honey,  your skin will look fabulous for the holidays!
What you'll need: 1-2oz of freshly blended pumpkin and 2 teaspoons of honey. Mix in a bowl and apply to face and neck. Leave for 12-15 minutes and rinse with luke warm water.
Collect Pumpkin pulp, blend, add honey then apply to face and neck.  Image from charlestonmag.com

Maple…YES!!!!!!!!

Not just for pancakes or waffles, there’s something about the scent of maple that conjures up images of the leaves changing colors in New England—and this sweet treat is rich in antioxidants as well. If you want the sensory experience without the waistline-expanding calories, try a highly nutrient Maple and oats facial mask at home.
What you'll need: 1-2oz of fresh dry oats, 2 teaspoons of fresh maple, 1 egg (egg white only). Mix and apply to face and neck. Leave fore 12-15 minutes. Rinse throughly with luke warm to cool water.

Cranberry sauce...Anyone?

Cranberries are delicious and healthy, a great source of antioxidants, which is good news for your skin. The antioxidants found in cranberry sauce  help keep your skin looking and feeling great, which often becomes a problem this time of year. Have cranberry sauce in moderation.

Enjoy fresh cranberry sauce, anti-oxidants found in the fruit help rejuvenate the skin! Image from twopeasintheirpod.com

Yummm, apple cider…

When you reach for that mug of apple cider, did you ever think your hair would like to get in on the action? Try a DIY fresh deep cleansing and conditioning treatment for your hair. Add a touch of fresh apple cider to some olive oil and apply to dry hair. Make sure to massage into scalp. Wear a shower cap for about  15 mins, and then rinse. The blend washes away product buildup, while conditioning and softening the hair.  

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September 19, 2012

How to Strengthen Your Immune System and Your Nails, at the same time!

Beauties, 

The major benefit of eating yogurt (all year round) is that it acts to prevent illnesses and infections and helps to improve the health of the gastro intestinal system. Yogurt acts as a regular supply of probiotics - the good bacteria or live cultures found in yogurt, helps keep the delicate balance between good and bad bacteria in your intestines, which helps the body function properly, boosts the immune system and prevents diseases.

"And your nails...?" You ask... How does it help my nails? Grab a yogurt for breakfast or a snack – the calcium will help build strong and beautiful nails! 

Live healthily, sustainably... Ultra Fashionably! 

Xo- Yamerra

September 18, 2012


September 12, 2012

BEAUTY RX: Natural Teeth Whitening Remedies

Darlings, 


September 5, 2012

Rediscover Healthy ways to Embolden Your Skin

BEAUTY RX: 

A glass of carrot juice a day, brightens the skin to greater heights of radiance