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Honey, you’re a peach
– 1 ripe peach
– 1 teaspoon of honey
– 1 egg yolk
Peel and dice up your peach. Throw the diced peach in a bowl and add the honey + egg yolk and mix/mash it all together then apply to your face!
After the summer has left us high and dry (literally) – this quick facial mask tightens and hydrates the skin, while promoting it’s ability to rejuvenate and refresh damaged skin.
Cool as a cucumber, sweet as a peach
– 1/2 ripe peach
– 1/2 cucumber
Puree the ingredients into a food processor until smooth. Apply to your face and leave on for 10 minutes. Rinse with warm water and pat dry.
Ripe with enzymes, vitamins, and silica, this DIY mask tightens pores and reduces acne, while silica nourishes the connective tissue and rejuvenates the skin.
– 1/4 ripe peach (soft)
– 1/4 apple
– 1/2 teaspoon of ground nutmeg
Combine all of the ingredients into a food processor then apply to clean skin. Leave the mask on for 10-15 minutes then rinse with warm water.
Transition from summer to fall with this gentle + effective fruit enzyme face mask. The two fruits restore collagen and nourish the skin.
1 ripe peach
1 teaspoon of honey
1 egg yolk
Peel and dice up your peach. Throw the diced peach in a bowl and add the honey and egg yolk and mix/mash it all together then apply to your face. If you have more dry skin, then use just the yolk. If you have more oily skin, then use just the egg white. Rinse with cool water.
1 tsp. watermelon juice
1 tsp. plain Greek yogurt
Mix watermelon juice with Greek yogurt. Apply to face. Let sit for 10 minutes. Rinse with cool water.
Why we love it: Leah Chavie is local Chicago business owner and well-known skincare specialist who just launched a line of all natural kiddo products. We have always been a huge fan of her various skincare services, so we are thrilled to feature this completely natural bath oil! This calming blend is made from organic seed oils that protect and sooth sensitive baby skin. Hypoallergenic and free from all nut oils.
Until someone patents the hybridized, deep-dish pizza-and-chocolate fondue set, there’ll be no ‘right’ way to celebrate a Chicago Valentine’s Day. While we await the arrival of that deus ex machina, herewith, a collection of Windy City ways to romance your paramour over Valentine’s Day weekend.