Strawberry Scrub To get your skin in tip top shape for the big day, what could be better than a homemade strawberry face and body scrub. Ingredients: 2 pureed strawberries 1 tbsp of olive oil 1 tbsp of vegetable oil 1 tbsp of Vitamin E oil or pour out the liquid of 1 Vitamin E capsule. 2 tbsp of sugar Mix all the ingredients together. In the shower, rub all over your body for a great exfoliating experience.
Raspberry honey face mask The red raspberries contain loads of vitamin C which is essential for maintaining healthy clear glowing wrinkle free skin. The honey helps moisturize your skin because it contains natural moisturizers in it, and it helps fight acne and prevent it because it contains natural antibodies in it that kill the germs that cause the acne in the first place. The rolled oats help absorb unwanted oils and impurities from the skin while also lightly exfoliating it. These are the reasons why this is a beneficial facial mask for combination skin types.
Ingredients: Mix 1/2-cup pureed raspberries ½ cup honey ½ cup rolled oats
Strawberry Acne Cleanser
Ingredients: Strawberry yogurt or 1 strawberry 2 tbsp plain yogurt
Instructions: Apply to skin in a circular motion for a minute or 2. Rinse with a warm cloth and water. Great for oily skin as well.
Rose and Honey Milk Bath
Ingredients: 1-1/2 cups whole milk 1/3 cup honey 5 drops rose essential oil 1 cup rose petals optional
Mix the milk, honey, and rose oil well. Add to a warm bath. Sprinkle the rose petals in the water and soak.
About Erika Katz: A beauty writer as well as a former child model and actress, Erika Katz has been a beauty junkie nearly all her life. Using her experience from her days working in the beauty department at Seventeen, cosmetology classes and lessons learned through her extensive work in television and modeling, Erika created a beauty guide that served as the foundation for Bonding Over Beauty, A Mother-Daughter Guide to Self-Esteem, Confidence and Trust. From product and styling tips, such as how to create the perfect ponytail, to at home recipes for creating an organic facial scrub, Erika explores it all in her book, in which she includes her own experience as well as information from interviews with top beauty experts.