||For Dry Skin
Using Herbal Pearl Natural Skin Care once or twice each day will produce the best results.
These handmade all-natural soaps contain a unique blend of seven Chinese herbs to invigorate circulation, neutralize and eliminate toxins, replenish fluids and qi, nourish the blood, reduce itching and promote healing of the skin. Several beneficial oils - Coconut oil, olive oil, flaxseed oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, castor oil, neem oil, wheat germ oil - and essential oils of Sweet Orange, Clove, Ginger, Peppermint, Lemongrass and Patchouli have also been included to deliver "Natural Skin Care within a soap". Click here for details or order online here.
Aztec Healing Clay is beneficial for deep pore cleansing of the skin. It can be obtained at any good health food or vitamin store.
- Mix in a zip-lock bag with enough water to massage into a paste.
- Cure in the refrigerator for 2 days.
(This improves the absorption of water. Under a microscope, the granules look like tiny shells curing allows the shells to fill up with water).
- Take about a ½ cup of the cured clay in your hand. Mix with a little more water and rub hands together until you have a nice warm paste.
- Spread a thin coat evenly over dry skin until fully covered.
- Blow-dry with a warm-air hair dryer until the clay dries.
- Wait 3 minutes.
- Rinse off as quickly as possible to avoid the skin reabsorbing what the clay has just taken out of your pores.
- Moisturize with a relatively inexpensive skin moisturizer (take your pick).
Aubry makes an all-natural product which contains a citrus seed extract instead of
propylene glycol (radiator fluid) to preserve your natural body oils.
The small clay granules act like tiny suction cups which suck the blood to the surface of the skin. Blood circulations seem to go deeper as we age, especially in a dry environment, and the Aztec clay treatment helps to return the blood flow to the surface.
Again, Essential Fatty Acids (especially Flax Seed Oil 6000 mg/day) help to lubricate the skin.
||Basal Body Temperature and Ovulation
Charting Your Basal Body Temperature - Information and FAQ
Basic how-to plus frequently asked questions.
Excel spreadsheets, PDFs and GIFs.
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