Ginger Man is our ginger soap packed with real fresh ginger and warming ginger essential oil. The Individual Ginger Man is cut into the shape of a gingerbread man. He has several uses; he encourages children to wash (unless they're the sensitive kind who don't want to 'hurt' him), he can help to stop early pregnant women feeling quite so horrid (ginger does that for some people) and he can make sore, overworked bodies feel more relaxed.
Of course you can enjoy
it at home.
1.Donít put honey and lemon into very hot tea, because the good actions of vitamins are damaged. The hot causes death of it.
2.Drink a lot of green tea because itís very useful for your health. According to the latest research itís good against cancer.
3.Make several tea-party in winter. To chat with good friends drinking a cup of tea is the one of the most enjoyable entertainment.
December, January and February. In point of our skin this is the most dramatic period. Vitamins that we had accumulated in summer have begun to go out of our body and the refreshing spring is still very far. What is more the cold winter weather
and heating dry more our skin. It seems to us the expensive face-cream isnít enough, but some beauty-tricky we can solve problems. Here you are some tips
and can be your own cosmetician.
Tipps for Dull, Tired-Looking Skin
Wrape Grated cucumber in a cheesecloth, lie down and apply to face for five minutes. Rinse with cool water.
Lie on your back and hang your head over the side of the bed for five to 10 minutes. It will feed oxygen to your face and impruve your color and tone.
Inflamed, Irritated or Sensitive Skin
Make a pot of chamomile tea. Pour into
an ice cube tray and freeze. Pop out a cube, wrap it in a thin
cloth and rub gently on face. Soak a clean cloth in a small dish
of milk, squeeze and apply the compress to the affected area
for 10 minutes. Rinse off with warm water.
Chapped Lips and Flaky Skin
Rub olive oil or sesame oil on your lips.
Rub half of an apple on skin to help even out the texture. Place a sprinkling of
sugar in your palm and dampen with
water. Gently massage on the flaky areas.
Essential oils are derived from different parts of plants: from flowers (lavender), leaves (rosemary), bark (sandalwood), and even the rind of citrus fruits. They all work in different ways: lavender, for example, has antiseptic and healing properties, and camomile is said soothing on dry, sensitive skins. Their scents are also said to affect our moods, with melissa and rose to lift depression, lavender to relax and tangerine to stimulate. ( It's thought that smells affect our feelings because our scent receptors are positioned in the part of the brain that registers emotions.) Now comes winter and you can try scents inside.
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