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Easy DIY Skincare Recipes

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: Skin care is such a huge part of retaining a youthful appearance. But, you don't want to expose your sensitive skin to harsh products.
Air Date: 6/22/16
Duration: 10
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Sheetal Rawal, Creator of Apsara
Sheetal-RawalAfter years of research as a Clinical Scientist, Beauty Expert Sheetal Rawal successfully launched her own luxurious, all-natural skincare line, Apsara. Sheetal's philosophies are based on Ayurveda, an ancient, holistic system of health and well-being that is very popular in India. Sheetal and her line Apsara have recently garnered the attention of national as well as international media, and has been recently featured in PopSugar and British Vogue.

Apsara addresses the needs of consumers who want to adopt a healthy and well-informed attitude towards themselves and the environment. Simple, pure and effective, this line of luxurious yet affordable skincare is made with 100% natural and therapeutic botanical ingredients, and most include high-grade turmeric essential oils. She compliments her brand Apsara with her own flawless skin and natural beauty, and she is the perfect spokesperson to talk about DIY remedies that even use natural ingredients you can find in your own kitchen. Apsara encourages everyone to "Go natural.It is good karma!"
  • Book Title: Easy DIY Skin Care Recipes
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/apsaraskin
  • Guest Twitter Account: @DailySkinTip
Easy DIY Skincare Recipes
Skin care is such a huge part of retaining a youthful appearance. But, you don't want to expose your sensitive skin to harsh products.

Sheetal Rawal, Creator of the Apsara Skin Care line, joins Andrea and Lisa to share a few of her favorite DIY skin care recipes.

Dark Spots
Troubled by dark spots on face? Don’t like the look of these dots and patches in the mirror?

Try the following dark spot home remedy. Use it 1-2 times a week and no more.

1 TSP coconut water
1 TSP papaya pulp (get a spoonful of the fresh fruit and pulp it with a fork)
15 drops of vitamin E or almond oil
Enough mango powder to make a thick paste

Mix very well and apply on your face. Do not go close to the eye area. Wash in 8-10 minutes. Always follow with your serum and lotion right after.


Dry Skin
Here is a homemade remedy that is easy and nourishing to the skin.

1 TSP oat flour (oatmeal can be ground in your kitchen grinder)
1 TSP mashed banana
10 drops of sunflower oil
5 drops castor oil

Mix well into a smooth paste. Add some warm water if needed to thin it out. Apply on your skin and let it stiffen up for about 12 minutes. Then wet the mask with warm water and massage in with circular, upward strokes for about three minutes. Rinse and apply your serum and lotion for your skin type.

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