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Papaya skin care products have long been revered for their natural ingredients yet powerful abilities to clear skin infections and hyperpigmentation. When we think about our skin, we often stress about knowing what is good and what is bad for us especially if one struggles with active skin issues. They say appearance is not everything, and that is most certainly true but we as humans tend to obsess over skin imperfections and it is hard to get ours mind off of it, often times feeling self-conscious and embarrassed, not letting us live our best life. Many times we resort to chemically composed products to help fight our skin impurities, anywhere from acne to wrinkles to even sun spots and although many of these products are beneficial for us, sometimes they can worsen our issues if we are not using the proper medication. If you are one of many people who are concerned about what your soap contains you can never go wrong with trying out something organic.

 

Papaya is one of the many fruits that offer amazing benefits to ones skin and while being great in taste, it is also great for your skin. There are good reasons why it is often referred to as the “Fruit of Angels”; because it delivers miracle-like results to our face and body. Papaya skin care is known for its skin lightening properties which help clear hyper-pigmentation that is left behind after a pesky pimple. The fruit is also enriched with alpha-hydroxy acid, a powerful exfoliator that assists in skin cell turnover and anti-aging agents like beta-carotene prevent free radical damage which delays the aging process. It is rich in vitamin A, E, B and C which help heal injuries and fight infections, creating an improved skin condition, who doesn’t like glowing skin? All benefits that have been listed are what one needs in order to clear up any current acne and maintain healthy skin. Papaya fights acne and hydrates the skin, two of the most important factors we need in our life!

 

If you were wondering about where to find papaya skin care products, we’d like to introduce our Clear Essence Maxi Tone Line  Papaya Skin Whitening Herbal Soap which helps cleanse and brighten the skin. The Maxi-Tone Papaya Skin Whitening Herbal Soap is blended with papaya enzymes and tropical herbs, a great combination for good anti-aging properties, promoting skin cell rejuvenation. It reduces acne inflammation, gently exfoliates dead skin cells, and unclogs pores – leaving your skin looking and feeling softer, smoother, and healthier. Using this soap daily helps to even out the complexion for a flawless, even toned glow.

 

If we want to feel great, our skin is where it starts, it is what presents us to the world. It is time to stop letting your skin impurities have a hold on your life and take charge, do not be afraid to live your best life!

 

If you’re looking for an at home mask to try out with this sweet fruit take a look at one of the most favorable DIY receipt below. Use a mask weekly to add a bit of relaxation to your beauty routine!

Honey, Milk & Papaya DIY Face Mask

Puree 1/2 papaya
2 teaspoons of whole milk
1 tablespoon of honey

-Mix together until paste is created
-Apply mask to clean face
-Let sit for 15 minutes
-Remove mask with water

It’s no secret that stress can play a large role in skin health. After all, our skin is our largest organ and an easy indicator for what’s going on within the body.

Stress is a normal psychological and physical reaction to the demands of life. A small amount of stress can be good, motivating you to perform well. But multiple challenges daily, such as sitting in traffic, meeting deadlines and paying bills, can push you beyond your ability to cope.

 Your brain comes hard-wired with an alarm system for your protection. When your brain perceives a threat, it signals your body to release a burst of hormones that increase your heart rate and raise your blood pressure. During our teen years, these hormones are obviously out of control while also preceiving most new experiences as threatening which leads to our excess acne and breakouts during this time in life.

Once the threat is gone, your body is meant to return to a normal, relaxed state. Unfortunately, the nonstop complications of modern life mean that some people’s alarm systems rarely shut off.

Don’t wait until stress damages your health, relationships or quality of life. Start practicing stress management techniques today.

To monitor your stress, first identify your triggers. What makes you feel angry, tense, worried or irritable?

Some stressors, such as job pressures, relationship problems or financial concerns, are easy to identify. But daily hassles and demands, such as waiting in a long line or being late to a meeting, also contribute to your stress level.

Once you’ve identified your stress triggers, think about strategies for dealing with them. Identifying what you can control is a good starting point.

Don’t feel like you have to figure it out on your own. Seek help and support from family and friends, whether you need someone to listen to you, help with child care or give a ride to work when your car’s in the shop.

Many people benefit from practices such as deep breathing, tai chi, yoga, meditation or being in nature. Set aside time for yourself. Here are our top picks of stress relievers to help you calm the senses:

Get a massage

A massage not only helps relax the body but it also gives your mind a chance to stop thinking and enjoy the peace and quiet. By massaging the muscles, your body releases tension which when left untreated can cause pain or headaches. Using a hydrating and effective body oil or lotion to massage the skin will also give your skin a glowing complexion! Clear Essence Specialist Body Oil is a great moisturizing oil for massage use not only for its sweet scent and aroma but also because it conditions skin cells for a plump, and supple appearance.

Soak in a bubble bath

Submergence in water can reduce pain and inflammation and also calm the nervous system, reducing the levels of stress and anxiety in the body and improving your mood.We can enhance this by adding certain oils or salts to a bath. Sweet and calming aromas help to relax the mind even further. Try adding 2-3 cap fulls Clear Essence Sensitive Line Moisturizing Body Oil to running water for even more relaxation. We also love the idea of added flowers, fruits, and natural plants to your bath water. Not only does it look pretty but the fruit extracts and flowers have their own natural powers. Try lemon or citrus for skin lightening or chamomile for more aroma and calming effects.

 

Read a book, dance, listen to music, watch a comedy — whatever helps you relax.

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle will help you manage stress. Eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly and get enough sleep. Make a conscious effort to spend less time in front of a screen — television, tablet, computer and phone — and more time relaxing.

Stress won’t disappear from your life. And stress management needs to be ongoing. But by paying attention to what causes your stress and practicing ways to relax, you can counter some of the bad effects of stress, such as acne and breakouts, and increase your ability to cope with challenges.

We have been told that exercising and a healthy diet are ways to go if you want to have a long energetic life. This is absolutely true yet what some people do not know is that these two great habits also help achieve a beautiful healthy skin.

Exercise

Exercising is very important when it comes to a healthy skin. Why you might ask? Well, the answer is simple; it helps nourish skin cells. Also, it increases blood flow and detoxifies the body by sweating. All activities that make your heart rate go up, produces you to sweat. With that sweat you are getting rid of toxins the body do not need and that is exactly what we want because you are cleansing the skin.

Tips to begin working out

Start small: whether you are coming back to the routine, or you are completely new to the journey, it is key to start small and build your way up. Please know any movement is better than no movement at all.
Make one change at a time: you have already decided you are all in for this journey. Well, begin by preparing your clothes the night before. Doing that simple change, will set your mind to your new lifestyle. Being prepared will also help avoid any excuses towards those early morning runs or workout sessions.
Commitment: this is the most important of all. Promise yourself you will work out 3 times a week and stick to it: this is called commitment to oneself. You cannot let yourself down.
Find something you enjoy doing: if do not like exercising, you should find some type of activity you actually enjoy and take advantage to burn calories while performing it. It might be a sport, yoga, dancing, or hiking. Whatever the activity is try to take to most out of it.

Diet

Have you heard that saying “you are what you eat”? Having a healthy diet is key to maintain a fit body, however, the benefits do not stop there. The food you eat highly impacts your skin and complexion. According to Dr. Jessica Wu, dermatologist, “food gets digested and broken down into vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that your body can use to build healthy skin.” For instance, if your diet does not include enough protein, you are depriving your body from amino acids, which produce collagen and elastic tissue. Collagen makes the skin stronger and elastic tissue makes the skin supple. It is important to treat skin from within to maximize results.

Tips for eating healthier

Avoid sugar: when we consume sugar, it travels fast to the bloodstream, making insulin levels to increase rapidly, which could aggravate acne, wrinkles, and rashes.
Colorful vegetables: if you want a beautiful complexion, you must include red, yellow, and green vegetables. Vegetables from these three colors have a lot of nutrients that will contribute to a healthy skin
Fatty acids and Omega-3: add food that contain fatty acids and Omega-3 such as chia seeds, flax-seed, and walnut because they boost collagen production.
Hydration: water plays a big role because hydration helps flush out toxins from your body.

 

 

SUNSCREEN!

Although what goes inside helps us look good on the outside, you should also use products that are going to add that extra protection or treat specific issues your skin might be experiencing. Head to our Clear Essence best sellers page to get your favorite products! One thing that will always serve your skin right is sunscreen application daily. Adding this simple but easy step is an effective way to prevent wrinkles, sun discolorations and darkening to the skin! Our My Natural Beauty Moisturizing Body Lotion with SPF 15 is suitable for all skin types and daily application. Don’t forget a beautiful complexion is a combination of treating your skin inside and out!

 

An anti-aging regimen is something we don’t even think twice about as a kid. As children, we never really appreciated the soft and clear skin we had with until we finally hit puberty. According to Carole Aponte, MD Dermatoligist, “Children’s skin is loaded with healthy collagen and elastin fibers, the proteins that give skin its strength and flexibility.” Youthful skin also has plenty of hyaluronic acid, a substance that fills in the spaces between cells and keeps skin hydrated.

It doesn’t stop there though! Once we get past that stage we start to worry about our skin aging. There are two types of skin aging: intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic aging occurs in everyone. Aponte explains that it’s characterized by dryness and thinning of the skin as you get older. This leads to sagging, fine lines, and wrinkles. “This type of aging develops gradually and at a fairly steady rate so it’s generally not visibly evident until adulthood.

Men and Women Age at Different Rates

Men and women also age at different rates. Read up on the differences in our skin here. Extrinsic aging is caused by external factors, most notably UV radiation from over exposure to the sun. This can lead to premature aging in both men and women. This accounts for up to 90% of what we think of as “normal” skin aging.  One of the main reasons that babies’ skin looks so great is that it hasn’t had time to develop significant sun damage. “Almost all of the roughness, deeper wrinkles, discoloration, and age spots we associate with aging is caused by sun damage,” explains Aponte.

The good news is that it is preventable by lathering on sunscreen whenever you’ll be exposed to the sun’s harsh rays, that includes cloudy days as UVB rays are still present. UVA rays are equally strong year round. It means you need to be wearing a broad spectrum SFP 15 or greater every day.

Come Summer, Practicing other Sun-Safe Behaviors

Wear hats and sunglasses (your eyes can suffer from sun damage as well!). Protective clothing is very important. Also, seeking shade, and limiting time in direct sunlight between 10 A.M. and 2 P.M. when the sun’s rays are the strongest. Sunscreen is non-negotiable; there are a few other practices that will help ensure you hit adulthood with a high level of your baby-soft skin intact.

Three ways to Embrace and Maintain Youthful Complexion

If you’re a pre-teen:

There are three main ways to embrace and maintain your youthful complexion. First, you should apply sunscreen regularly to all sun-exposed skin. Secondly, eat a healthy, well-balanced diet with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Healthy eating contains essential nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants to help protect skin from environmental damage. Finally, wash your face  twice a day to remove any dirt, oil, makeup, or other chemicals that build up before they can irritate or damage your skin in the long run.

If you’re a teen:

Continue the basic skincare habits listed above and be sure to get enough sleep. We’re here to set the record straight: There really is some truth in that whole beauty rest theory. It’s during sleep that the body performs many essential maintenance and repair processes. It also clears away much of the potentially harmful chemicals that build up from daily environmental damage. Got spring break coming up? Beware of sunbathing or hitting up an indoor tanning bed. Make sure to use a sunscreen daily especially when in direct sunlight (pretty much all the time). Clear Essence My Natural Beauty Lotion with SPF 15 is a natural sun protectant formulated with natural ingredients including aloe, shea butter and glycerin. Make sure to reapply sunscreen every 1-2 hours of direct sun exposure to prevent damage to skin cells. If you’re being treated for acne, sun protection is especially important, as many acne treatments can make skin more susceptible to sunburn and irritation.

If you’re in your twenties: 

Upgrade your daily moisturizer, adding a product supercharged with antioxidants and that hyaluronic acid we told you about. Before late nights in the office (or out on the town!) start taking a toll on those under eyes of yours, invest in a hydrating and caffeine-packed eye cream, gel, or roll-on serum. Clear Essence’s Platinum Line Skin Lightening Serum helps to lighten those dark under eye circles while promoting a healthy glow to the skin tone.

And if your skin is already showing signs of early aging from sun-soaking during your younger years or those all-nighters you pulled during undergrad, adding a topical antioxidant like a vitamin C or E may help reverse some early signs of damage. Check out the Clear Essence Vitamin C Line which is packed with lemon and licorice extracts for an even tone and plumped complexion.

In those with oily or acne-prone skin, an over-the-counter product that exfoliates dead skin cells such as Alpha Hydroxy Acid, or exfoliating soap bars may also help treat damage and even prevent any skin-thinning caused by intrinsic aging. Clear Essence’s Anti-Aging Line is formulated with alpha hydroxy acid ingredients to help renew damaged skin and regenerate healthy skin cells. The Complexion Soap with AHA is one of our most popular face washes as it naturally exfoliates the skin bringing out a more radiant tone. To add a quick step to your current regimen, our Toner Astringent with AHA is also a great cleanser for second step removal of any dirt or bacteria left behind from a first step wash. Regularly exfoliating the skin and removing dried, dehydrated skin cells will help to keep skin even toned and bright.

Moisturizers are incredibly important for the skin care because they promote hydration and health in general. It helps to rebuild a barrier that protects the skin after you cleanse it. However, sometimes, it can become difficult to choose just the right moisturizer for your skin type. Choosing the ideal moisturizer for your skin type is crucial to obtain all the benefits your skin needs. We want you to be informed and understand that you might be using the incorrect moisturizers. Keep reading you will find five signs you are doing it wrong.

Oil Based Formulas (Oily skin)

The main purpose of moisturizers is to keep your skin hydrated. On the contrary, of your current moisturizer is giving you that extra shine or makes you look like a greasy pan ready to pour your cake mix. Well, it is time to QUIT it. So, if you have oily skin, you must avoid oil-based formulas. Look for products that contain these ingredients glycerine, dimethicone, and niacinaide such as our My Natural Beauty Lotion with SPF, which is an ultra-lightweight, virtually invisible natural sunscreen offering SPF 15 protection.

Ingredients that Clog Pores (Acne)

Moisturizers that make you breakout need to leave your life immediately. Usually thick, cream-based formulas increase oil and sebum to the skin, causing acne. We suggest our Skin Lightening Serum for oily skin types as this light weight gel products sits on top of the skin rather than soaking into pores. Avoid comedogenic ingredients because they might clog pores and look for ingredients that reduce acne instead such as salicylic acid and retinol. If you want to know a little bit more about this matter, this article may help you.

More Moisturization (Dry Patches)

If you are using moisturizers daily and you still have dry areas, you need to change your game and ditch that moisturizer right away. During the cold months, people with dry skin get drier when they are not prepared with a good moisturizer. Look for moisturizers that are rich and help to lock in your body’s natural oils. Look for ingredients such as isopropyl palmitate, which reduces skin dryness and flaking, and cetyl alcohol, a fatty alcohol used for its lubricating and moisturizing properties. You can find those ingredients in our Skin Beautifying Milk, a moisturizing body lotion that eliminates dry skin and dark spots to reveal an even skin tone.

Redness or Irritation

This is the most obvious sign if your moisturizers is giving you irritation, please stop use immediately. People with sensitive skin are the one most exposed and affected by this issue. If this is your case, we recommend you to test new product first in other area of your body such as your elbow to make sure you do not have an allergic reaction. Clear Essence offers a sensitive line for people with sensitive skin which includes Clear Essence Sensitive Line Skin Beautifying Milk. It is used for a full body even skin tone and moisturized glow.

 

Last but not least…

Sun Spots and Discoloration

Moisturizers have nothing to do with sun spots and discoloration. These issues are caused by sun damage. If you begin to notice these matters in your skin, it might be time for you to upgrade to a skin care routine to better serve your complexion. There are moisturizers that can help firm and brighten the skin. With Clear Essence you can’t go wrong, our Skin Beautifying Milk is a moisturizer that eliminates dark spots and tones the skin.

When using a moisturizer, it is key to acknowledge the signs your skin is giving you to continue use or change. Do not ignore them because it’d only worsen the issues you might have.

 

Ontario, California – March 13th 2018

Contact: 800-423-0306, cs@clearessence.com

Mr. K.C Obioha, President of Clear Essence Cosmetics USA, Inc. headquartered in Ontario, CA was one of the members of a panel invited to the 2018 Harvard Business School, African Business Conference. The event took place in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 2-4 March 2018. The African Business conference is a gathering of HBS students, alumni and others who share interest, passion and commitment to the African continent. This year’s conference not only focused on opportunities and development happening in Africa but also focused on how individuals, businesses, and the continent at large engage within the global ecosystem.

The Clear Essence brand of skin care products has been at the heart of this conversation as Clear Essence products are manufactured in US based, FDA certified factory in Ontario, California and exported and distributed to over 20 countries in Africa since 1995. As part of this panel, Mr. Obioha was able to share a wealth of information based on extensive trade experience in this region.

Furthermore, the Clear Essence brand is specifically formulated to treat skin care issues of men and women of African descent. Treatment of razor bumps, dark sports, hyper-pigmentation and dry skin has made the Clear Essence brand, the expert on this particularly niche segment of skin care. Sharing our success in sales and marketing with an eager audience provided an amazing opportunity for the President as well as the audience to learn, expand, and network with their peers and other industry professionals.

To learn more about the event and the Clear Essence skin care brand, please visit, www.clearessence.com and https://www.africabusinessconference.com/

 

 

Melanin, according to an article from the University of Murcia in Spain,  comes from the Greek melanos, meaning dark pigmentation. General speaking, we can define melanin as a pigment that melanocytes cells produce. The pigmentation comes in various shades depending on the genetic makeup of each individual. So far, we have defined what melanin is. Now we will discuss how this pigment works.Dark pigmentation comes in various shades

Factors Affecting Melanin (Dark Pigmentation)

Individuals have the same number of these cells (melanocytes). However,  there are different factors affecting the production of melanin.

Exposure to UV radiation:

Melanin is produced to protect the skin from the UV rays. People who are exposed more to the sun produce more melanin as a result.

Genetic Makeup:

Due to inheritance, different ethnicity are genetically predispose to produce different shades of melanin.

Size of Melanocytes:

Each individual is different and so are the size of their melanocytes. This could leading to a difference in the amount of melanin production

Disease Conditions:

There are some diseases that can affect the production of melanin such as albinism and vitiligo, reducing the production of melanin.

The absence or abundance of the production of melanin can significantly affect an individual’s skin. The production of melanin is key for the prevention of skin cancers such as melanoma. This means the skin becomes darker and darker when exposure to the sun increases. This occurs for the majority of individuals, yet no all of them. It is critical for us to educate our beloved customers on this subject. So they can take precautions to protect themselves. This matter is of importance to us since Clear Essence Cosmetics specializes in the treatment of dark spots, discoloration, and hyper-pigmentation  In the majority of the cases, this result from the variation of the production of melanin. The company offers different products for all skin types. Our main objective is to correct skin problems unique to people of color.

If you live pretty much anywhere in America, you’re probably familiar with the concept of the “ethnic skin care aisle” where drug stores and pharmacies stock hair products targeted to black and multi-ethnic shoppers. Some see this practice as a convenience, some as a subtle form of discrimination.

Many companies, such as Shea Moisture and L’Oreal, have started the campaign to break down this barrier as a symbol of integrating black beauty into mainstream beauty. However, there’s still the fact that ethnic hair and skin demands special needs and attention due to thicker hair strands and increase melanin that one-size-fits-all formulas just do not treat.

Read more from this article by Jessica Cruel on how she finds the separation beneficial for her shopping convenience.

https://www.self.com/story/beauty-aisle-segregation

Recently on a long vacation back home to see my family, I had to run to the store and stock up on a few products to do my hair. The big tubs of gel and mists I typically use on wash day are not exactly TSA-compliant. No matter: I strolled into the Publix and went directly to the ethnic hair section. There, in the middle of the sprawling hair-care aisle, were five neat shelves of products for natural black hairlike mine. I scanned the options for about two minutes, picked up a shampoo from As I Am and a twisting butter from Taliah Waajid, and was on my way in no time.

If my story seems anticlimactic, it’s because it is. I needed hair stuff. I found it easily because I knew just where to look. The end. But the mere fact that I can go into any supermarket, drugstore, or discount department store and know exactly where to find beauty products for my kind of hair is fraught. Some see the ethnic hair section as a symbol of lingering racial discrimination—a separation of “us” and “them” that harkens back to the “white” and “colored” signs that once hung on water fountains, bathrooms, buses, and pools. (There’s usually a sign marking the aisle, but even if there isn’t, you know it when you see it.) And since the ethnic hair section tends to be a lot smaller than the general market area, you get the distinct feeling of, you know, separate but not equal.

Lately, there’s movement in the industry toward increasing the number of mainstream beauty products for the dark-skinned, permed-or-kinky-haired consumer and selling them in the main aisle along with their other product lines—bringing the fro to the fore, if you will. I appreciate all of that. But if it’s up to me, I’ll keep my segregated beauty aisle, thanks.

There are hundreds of products that seem like they are being vague on purpose, trying to appeal to as many potential buyers as possible. Is my hair type included when a bottle says it’s for frizzy, textured, or curly hair? Is pomade the same thing as edge control? Will the darkest foundation shade be dark enough for my skin tone? Were these formulas even tested on black women like me?

I like knowing where to look. I like knowing that, over here, when the bottle says “curls” it means my kind of curls (type 4B to be exact) and not the curls of my Caucasian counterparts. To me, the ethnic hair sign is like a big arrow cutting through all the marketing BS and telling me “this product was made for you.” As a woman who has been ignored by the mass market brands lining the shelves in the rest of the aisle, I’m happiest when I can go straight to the little section at the back (yes, sometimes it’s at the back—it’s OK) and find products that work for me, made by companies that get me.

What do you think? Do you think the separation adds convenience and makes it easier to find the brands specifically for your needs or would you rather all products be labeled “beauty” instead of dividing us by our skin color?

Clear Essence has long been proud of its classification as a ethnic skin care company as it has filled the gap of products available specifically for the needs of medium to dark skin tones. When there once was not a company to give products for this under-served market, Clear Essence rose with solutions for treatment of hyperpigmentation and other common melanin issues. Clear Essence continues to give black beauties a skin care line with their needs specially in mind and strives to help all skin tones feel flawless and beautiful! Let us know below what you think!

https://www.xojane.com/beauty/why-loreal-wants-to-wipe-out-the-ethnic-beauty-aisle

Love is a powerful feeling and it should be celebrated not only on Valentine’s Day but year round. However, we want to make our loved ones feel special on this festivity. As a result, we are always on the search for gifts that can achieve that goal. Ever wonder for the perfect gift for him?  Some women have a hard time trying to figure out what to get for their man. Here is where Clear Essence comes to the rescue. Have you heard of our skin care line for men called ChiMere? If not, you are missing out and we will tell you why.

Men deserve to have a clear, healthy and beautiful skin as well. Why not pamper your “babe” by providing them with products that will celebrate their masculine strength. ChiMere Skin Care for Men offers healthy and natural men’s skin care products that specialize in men’s grooming & skin care solutions. ChiMere means “A Gift of Creation.” ChiMere Skin Care for Men is a gift that feature products for men of color such as shaving cream and after-shave. These black men’s skin care products will create skin free or razor bumps. It is the best skin care products for black males.

Find the Perfect Gift for Him

The ChiMere line offers a Body Wash Triple action, which deeply cleanses the skin to heal and soothe irritations by removing dirt and oil. Our ChiMere Bump Control After-Shave Gel fights razor bumps and shaving irritation. It is the best product for razor bumps and ingrown hairs. It soothes the skin with natural conditioners.  The ChiMere Bump Control Shave Gel is a triple action shaving creme formula that diminishes the appearance of razor bumps. This product softens tough beards for a clean shave, controls mild acne, and evens out blotchiness. Our ChiMere Bump Control Cleansing bar breaks down pore clogging residue and debris leaving skin feeling fresh, clean, comfortable and even-toned. All these products can make your man happy, believe us ?

There you have it, so stop looking because you just found the perfect gift to give your other half on this Valentine’s Day. They, too, deserve be coddle and loved. Always remember to spread, show, and share your love with your special ones not only on Valentine’s Day but lifetime ❤️

When it comes to benefiting the skin, natural ingredients can be the key. The benefits of lemon and sugar scrub are wonderful and help your skin in many ways. We know, first hand, that lemon is a natural sources of vitamin C. This vitamin helps lightening dark spots from sun exposure, age spots, and discolorations. It also helps with rough spots such as knee, elbows, hands and feet. Sugar is very beneficial as well due to being a natural exfoliator, cleaning the pores and improving overall skin texture because it removes dead skin cells.

We believe that lemon is one of the best natural sources to use on your skin for many reason as mentioned before; as a result, we have a created an entire line based on the benefits of lemon and its vitamin C ingredient called Lemon Plus Vitamin C Line.This is the reason we recommend you to use this lemon and sugar scrub; we are sure you are going to love it. The best part is that it can be used both face and body.

For this DIY lemon and sugar scrub you will simply need three things:

  • 1 Lemon
  • ½ cup of granulated sugar
  • Medium sized Tupperware or jar with lid

Simply add the lemon juice to the granulated sugar in the Tupperware or jar and mix all it together until you get a medium to thick consistency. You can always add or remove lemon and sugar depending on your preferences; there is not an exact recipe for this so play with it.

On your body, apply it on circular motions paying more attention to areas that you want to lighten for about 3 minutes. On your face, apply it gentle on circular motions for about 3 minutes as well. Make a new batch every 2 week or so to keep the ingredients as fresh as possible so that they can work effectively.

This lemon and sugar scrub will help you maintain a silky and smooth skin. Lemon tightens pores and evens out the skin tone and the sugar removes dead skin cells, cleaning the pores. We invite you to try it out since it is easy and an effective way to treat your skin.

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