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How to Make a Perfect Hot Oil Bubble Bath
1. Put a rubber mat in to prevent slipping.
2. Fill the tub with water that is toasty warm but
not too hot.
2. Pour in your favorite suds maker, bubble
bath soap or even dish washing liquid.
3. Add one cap full of baby oil. It will stay on the
surface mostly but what drifts onto you will
leave your skin silky soft and moisturized. The
steam will open your pores to deepen the effect.
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Are there any natural masks that can help me
with my acne and my ingrown hairs?
This is a tough one. But you might try this. Get a
real aloe plant, not the stuff you buy in stores.
Then squeeze one quarter cup into a cup.
Add one quarter cup of honey.
Now, prepare your face by steaming open the
pores over a pot of hot water with a towel over
your head (if you don't have a face steamer).
Now, focus only on one small part of your face,
apply the aloe/honey. It's thick and you should
let it settle in as a mask. The aloe will help to heal
your pores. The honey will help to encourage the
hairs to attach and stick out.
Now, after the mask cools down, wipe it off and
see if any of the ends of the hairs are sticking
If they are, then you have a way to make them
accessible for electrolysis. Through trial and
error, adjust the aloe, honey mix to getter better
grip on the hairs.
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