How to get rejuvenated skin using organic products (guest post)

January 31, 2013

Looking at Cassidy Taylor-Memmory, you kinda want to use whatever she’s using for her flawless complexion. Cassidy is the product manager of Balm Balm, and writes at The Glam Green Girl about all things “green” and creating environmental awareness. Here this gorgeous green girl writes about a beauty regime to kickstart great skin this year.


Whether you soaked up the summer sun at the beach, or headed overseas to hit the ski-slopes, these harsh weather conditions had an unwelcoming effect on your skin whether you were aware of it or not. The best way to treat your skin after the holidays? Rejuvenate it using natural skincare!

With the Balm Balm Mini Facial Set you can create a facial for yourself at home which will leave your skin soft, smooth and fresh in a few simple steps. Firstly cleanse your skin using the Super Light Coconut Cleanser which is made up of blended organic coconut oil.

Your second step would be your facial mask. What’s great about the Hibiscus Face Mask is that it draws out impurities and turns into an exfoliator when you are washing it off. Mix about a tablespoon of the mask in some water, a thicker paste cleanses deeper as it dries harder and draws out impurities more efficiently, which is what your skin needs after the holidays. Leave the mask on for 10-15 minutes while you relax. When removing the mask, use your finger tips to rub the mask in, exfoliating your skin and removing dead skin cells, wash off with warm water. You are now left with renewed and clean skin.

To leave the skin refined and supple while decreasing your pores, pour some Witch Hazel Toner onto a cotton pad and sweep over your face and neck. Your last step to rejuvenated skin would be to apply your Little Miracle Rosehip Serum – made from eight essential oils; it really is a little miracle for your skin!

A quick and easy routine to help repair, refresh and revitalise your skin after the holidays!

Facial Starter Kit


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  • Jhanvi Kapoor

    Thanks for the article. This was very helpful. Your article provided a lot info about hibiscus oil. Hibiscus oil (gudhal oil) is the oil extracted from the flowers and leaves of the hibiscus plant. Hibiscus oil is a bright summery, exotic plant that has uses in medicine, beauty and hair care. Hibiscus Oil adds shine to your hair, reduces dandruff, it Heals Cuts And Bruises etc. To read more about benefits of hibiscus oil read here

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