{March 31, 2012}   I Like to Create Things, Especially Things That Aid Me in Being Better

So, with all of the dosing I’ve done I should be dozing like a bear in hibernation. But I’m not. So I decided to get out of bed and do something productive. No one was home so I had the house to myself. I created a concoction for microdermabrasion. Let me give you a quick background on what exactly that is: In a professional estheticians office, they would charge you anywhere between $100 and $1500 depending on what results you’re looking for. They freeze your skin and then use special sandpaper and power tools with sanding disks to remove several layers of your skin. The results leave you looking raw and feeling sore for one to two weeks after the procedure. The goal is to remove dead skin cells by removing the top layers of the skin, exposing a new layer of healthy skin. It can also be used to fade scars and age spots.  This method removes the top fifteen-plus layers of skin, which is why the immediate results are not favorable.

Back to my story… I have very sensitive skin and it’s dry most of the time, despite all of the different oils and moisturizers I’ve tried. So… I went into the kitchen and started mixing cooking ingredients, like Parsley Flakes, Basil Leaves, Salt, Baking Soda and cinnamon in a small dish with a little bit of water. I made a paste out of it, applied it to my face and using gentle, circular motions I rubbed the paste all of my face. After it dried, I used hot water and a face cloth to wash it off. Put moisturizer on my face and now it’s as smooth as a baby’s ass 🙂   This method only removes maybe the top ten layers of skin at the most, so your face isn’t red, raw, irritated and sore.

I want to try it a few more times to check for any possible bad reactions, but once I’m confident that it’s 100% safe, I’ll post it up here for you to try 😀

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