7 Tips to Keep Your Summer Glow This Winter

We partnered with Aisha of Bariki Body Care for National Cleanse Your Skin Week last week. On social media, Aisha and I shared tips to make sure you can keep that summer glow even when Fall and Winter are among us...

Here are Aisha's 7 tips for cleansing your skin...

1. Your body is your temple. Make sure you're paying attention to the ingredients in your daily skin cleansing routine. Try to use products with natural/organic ingredients l

2. Wash your face before you go to bed and in the morning with a mild soap such as a Turmeric Soap Bar or Black Soap

3. Exfoliate your face and body at least once a week to remove dead skins cells that are clogging your pores. Use a face scrub with Aloe Vera for a refreshing and moisturizing feel.

4. Wash your body with a cleanser that will leave your skin soft, supple & clean such as a body wash or a moisturizing bar soap.

5. Wash your BACK, it collects bacteria too. Purchase a back washer such as a Loofah Back Scrubber and or Brush

6. Keep your skin moisturized based off your skin type with a light lotion, body butter or body oil.

7. Drink plenty of water.


Here are 7 skin loving herbs to help you boost that skincare regimen. 

This herb is great for acne, eczema and age spots because of its affinity for inflammation.
This well known antiseptic herb is the perfect wound remedy, it's also good for lacerations, burns, stings, blisters, chicken pox and acne with redness.
Lesser known but just as effective as every other herb on this list, Comfrey is perfect for skin abrasions, psoriasis, and calluses.
Known for its calming properties, Lavender is also great for treating poisonous wounds and snake bites.
We're not talking abut the delicious treat, we're talking about the cooling emollient that is great for managing inflamed skin conditions, like acne, eczema and itching.
This herb is a part of the Rose family and I known for treating skin conditions resulting from allergies, like skin rashes.
If you follow Ivy's Tea Co., then you know we love Yarrow for its respiratory properties, but it's also a well known antiseptic that is a wound healer.

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