Facial water, honey mask and insect repellent - home beauty tips for the summer season

Are you ready for some homemade beauty tips like face water, honey masks, and insect repellent? In the summer, facial water is the best beauty aid. On a hot day, it first relieves heat. It also helps to support the energy field and moisturizes the skin.
Nothing beats harvesting your plants and using them to make cosmetics or food. Your energy is absorbed by the herb, and no one else can provide you with this wonderful component. Thank the plants you're going to pick today before you pick them up.

Recipe for a face water

  • 1/2 handful of common cowslip;
  • 1/2 handful of dandelion flowers;
  • Pour on warm water and let stand overnight;
  • Remove the plants and pour the finished face water into a spray bottle;
  • Lasts about 2 weeks.

You can add a drop of essential oil if you want. A concentrated liquid containing volatile plant aromatic compounds are known as an  essential oil. Citrus oils, for example, are known to improve mood.
Common cowslip is a plant that promotes happiness and love, as well as being soothing, cleansing, and antibacterial. Dandelion is a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-aging herb. Acne is frequently treated with it.
Spray hydrates the skin while also supporting the solar plexus, which is the seat of our willpower and vitality. The solar plexus is regarded as the most important chakra in the system. This particular center is associated with our inner sun, peace, and joy. You can use facial water as often as you want throughout the day.


Honey mask

  • A handful of dandelion flowers;
  • 4 teaspoons of honey;
  • Crush into a paste with a hand mixer.


Apply the puree to the face and hold for 10 minutes. Wash off and enjoy the baby's soft skin. On the other hand, you can spread the same "mask" on the bread or porridge. Tastes wonderful!




Natural insect control

  • 1/2 yarrow or plants of your choice;
  • Pour on warm water and let stand overnight;
  • Add 2-3 drops of lemon grass or mint essential oil;
  • Remove the plants and pour finished herb water into a spray bottle;
  • Lasts about 2 weeks.


You can also use your favorite plants. Experiment, have fun and share your results with us.

Summer exposes the skin to a lot of UV rays, so it's critical to keep it moisturized at all times. Curetik and Happik are two award-winning balms that are great for repairing sun damage or simply moisturizing the skin. The balm nourishes and soothes the skin while also removing redness. Both of these products are frequently used as eye creams.   


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