Welcome to Blast From The Past Saturday. Every Saturday I will be posting a previously published post, in order to take my weekends off.
===Originally posted May 29, 2012===
Today is the first week that I am doing a Tuesday Blog Hop, called Adorned From Above Blog Hop 1. The next Monday I will feature some of your great ideas in my post.
Your posts can include:
- anything DIY
- Arts and Crafts
- Book Reviews and Movie Reviews
- Knitting and Crochet Ideas and Patterns
- DIY Cleaning Solutions
- Natural Beauty Product Recipes
- Decorating Ideas
Bloggers, use the linky tool on the bottom of this post to share your best post. Non-bloggers, feel free to add a comment here with any ideas or thoughts you have.
Please link your posts back to my blog hop. Linking back here helps build our little community by sending your readers to all of the other posts shared. Just create a text link somewhere in your post back to this blog.
|Jasmine Face Wash and Ingredients|
Now on to my favorite natural Jasmine Face and Body Wash Recipe.
I started making this face wash in February, and it is a great all purpose face wash. It even removes makeup. I was looking for something simple and natural, since I have skin allergies. I also wanted something that did not have chemicals. I looked at many recipes, and eventually decided to just make something that would clean my face and still moisturize my skin a little. It also works great as a body wash.
Jasmine Natural Face and Body Wash
8 oz Dr. Bonner's Baby-Mild Castille Soap
8 oz distilled water
1 TB Almond oil
20 drops jasmine fragrance
10 drops geranium essential oil
Put all ingredients in a bowl and whisk together. Then pour into a pump bottle.
Rinse face with water and then use 1 squirt of face wash and start washing face. I wash my face for approximately 1 minute, concentrating around my nose, chin, and forehead, then rinse well.
You can use a toner after if you like to close your pores, and then moisturize. You can use my Anti-Aging Moisturizer. The link is below.