Steam is Good
When I get the house to myself I love to pamper
my skin. It's my way of stickin' it to the Men of my household.
Steaming your face is a great way to unclog pores and pamper
yourself with a little aromatherapy too! I simply take a small
handful of herbs bring to boil then let simmer. Take the pot
off the stove place on counter or table (with a trivet underneath).
Get out a towel to put over your head and pot. Pull your hair
back, drape the towel over your head and pot and let the steam
do it's best. Breath deeply and relax (stay with the steam for
about 5 minutes). When your done, make sure to rinse off your
skin with cool water or use a little witch hazel.
Great for colds and the flu. When your done with the steaming.
Strain the water into a bottle. And use it as a hair rinse.
Great for lightening blonde hair and a good tonic for dandruff.
Great for easing nasal congestion
Known for it's aromatherapy properties, Lavendar facial steams
is a great way to reduce stress and nervous exhaustion. Also
great for softening skin
Great for sensitive skin. Also wonderful for hay fever.
A weed found on lawns, very high in vitamin K, great for spider
veins. Do not use if you're on Cumodin or any other blood thinners.
Sage & Mint
Helps to improve circulation to skin. ****NOTE: Sage contains
thujone which can trigger fits in epileptics. So epileptics
should avoid it.
PLEASE USE CAUTION.
IF YOU HAVE ALLERGIES, ARE PREGNANT, HAVE ANY CHRONIC ILLINESS
OR ARE UNSURE YOU SHOULD CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE DOING ANY
HOME SPA STUFF. HomeintheHoller.com only shares this information,
and it is not intended as medical advice.