Sunday, 19 September 2010

skin care

basically the first step to better skin is drink water. i know you have heard this 1000 timed but i'll say it again you need!!! water! it dosn't mater how expencive the acne and spot treatments are if you don't drink water your skin will never clear up.

you should buy a good face cleanser organic is best because there are less chemicals.Use a dime-sized bit of cleanser, then rinse with cool or lukewarm water. You'll also want to take off your makeup with a proper makeup remover.

exfoliating skin once a week with a microdermabrasion kit keeps skin glowing year-round. Make sure you use a gentle scrub with tiny grains. Big grains in cheap scrubs can tear skin and cause more harm than good. to make a scrub you can get
Honey, Lemon, and Cornmeal that can be found at any grocery store. The medium size bowl will do just fine for mixing these ingredients together.Place 1 cup of cornmeal into the mixing bowl. Squeeze 1 lemon into the mixing bowl. Use the pulp of the lemon as well by spooning out the lemon but discard of the seeds. Squeeze or pour as much honey as it takes to make a creamy texture. Stir. The mixture is now ready to be used or refrigerated.
While in the shower or bath after skin is moistened, gently begin to exfoliate your skin in a circular motion. When cleansing the face keep your eyes closed. Gently scrub the face and neck with the mixture for about 1 minute. Rinse well, especially the eye area. You should notice a definite change in texture in about 3 days, as well as everyone else.This mixture can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks in an airtight container

you must moistrize the skin after you have washed it this is a important step for skin care

Monday, 13 September 2010

ultimate organic therapy tea tree stimulating growth oil

today i purchased ultimate organic therapy tea tree stimulating growth oil. i didn't plan on buying this product but i was in the hair shop looking for somthing else and instead i found a bargin, it was only £1.89 so i purchased it because the price was good for what the product claims it the product claims that it will moistrize the scalp and is an all purpose growth oil help relive dry, itchy,flaky scalp and moistrizes extremely dry and brittle hair. when i read the product i thought it sounded really good. and even if it dosn't work its only cheap. i've see a simular type of oil in the other shops and it costs £6.50 if i buy that and it dosn't work then ive waste more money so thats why i decided to buy the ultimate organic therapy tea tree stimulating growth oil because most growth oils cost more.

what i like about this product is tha packaging the bottle is small and light so its easy to hold in your hand without being to heavy or slippy. there is a needle nose applicator at the top this is good because it will make the applicating to the scalp easier. when the product is finnished i plan on recycling the bottle and putting my own mix of olive oil and castor oil.

Monday, 6 September 2010

how to make skinny jeans & update

this is my newest video! update my birthday on the 29th october, and im starting a challenge im not going to buy no clothes until the 1 of december, to recycle clothes. so this is the first video of my series of recycling clothes you don't need to buy clothes every month. genrally i find my self buying clothes that i could just easily make. so this is why i desided to do this challenge. and i hope you all follow me and join the challenge too make the world a little bit greener.

fashion leaves a pollution footprint, with each step of the clothing life cycle generating potential environmental hazards. For example, polyester, the most widely used manufactured fiber, is made from petroleum. The manufacture of polyester and other synthetic fabrics is an energy-intensive process requiring large amounts of crude oil and releasing emissions acid gases which can cause disease. the waste products of polyester production are put in the water. many textile manufacturing facilities have hazardous waste generators. Much of the cotton produced in the United States is exported to China and other countries with low labor costs, where the material is milled, woven into fabrics, cut, and clothes are made. China is the largest exporter of fast fashion, this means some Chinese workers make as little as 12–18 cents per hour working in poor conditions. And with the fierce global competition that demands ever lower production costs, many clothe companies are lowering clothes prices, even if it means lower wages and poor conditions for workers.
spread the love for handmade clothing and d.i.y clothing its mor eco friendly.