Summer DIYs To Try Before Fall Arrives

Summer DIYs To Try Before Fall Arrives

Thank God for summertime! Long sun-filled days on the beach with family and friends, Sunday brunches featuring bottomless mimosas, and starry nights under the fireworks made its long-awaited return. And it isn't over just yet! Whether you choose to spend the final days of summer laying in the sun or chilling in the shade, preventative care is imperative. The very first and most important step to maintaining healthy skin year-round is HYDRATION! Drinking plenty of water should be the first step in your daily beauty regimen. Be sure to consume about eight to ten glasses of water every single day.

The next key element to maintaining healthy skin in the summer months is allowing it to breathe! Increased temperatures and humidity can be hard on your skin so be sure to take preventative measures of protection. Many ladies opt out of heavy makeup during the day; (which we HIGHLY recommend) to allow the skin freedom to breathe in the increased temperatures. It also eliminates the embarrassment and bothersome ordeal, of having a full face melt off after you spent forever in the mirror perfecting that winged eyeliner. Try to do minimal makeup or none-at-all during the day!

 

Below you will find three key DIYs to try before the season ends. Protect your skin now, and maintain a healthy natural glow through fall!

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROSEWATER TONER

Rosewater Toner

Rosewater is excellent for an everyday face refresher. It also helps reduce inflammation, refines pores, and balances your skin’s pH levels. This beauty staple is super easy to make and can also serve as an excellent makeup setting spray!

 

Materials:

3 Roses

1.5 L of Distilled Water

Raw Aloe Vera Leaf

Travel Sized Spray Bottle (3-4oz)

 

Directions:

-Bring 1.5 Liters of distilled water to a boil.

-Gently pluck the rose petals and submerge them in the boiling distilled water.

-Cover the rose petals and allow them to boil until the roses lose their vibrant red color. You’ll know the roses are done when the petals have a pale pink hue.

-Remove the pale pink petals and add 3 tablespoons of Aloe Vera flesh/jelly. Stir well until Aloe Vera jelly dissolves.

- Allow the mixture to cool completely. Pour the mixture into a travel sized spray bottle and voila! You have completed your first batch of rosewater!

 

 

 

 

 

 

ALL NATURAL SUNSCREEN

Fun in the sun isn’t so fun if your skin gets burned! Let’s stay protected! Check out our homemade sunscreen recipe below!

 All Natural Sunscreen

Materials:

½ cup of Coconut Oil

¼ cup of Shea Butter

¼ cup of Almond Oil

Carrot Oil (Essential Oil)

Zinc Oxide Powder

 

Directions:

-Melt the coconut oil, almond oil, and shea butter together in a saucepan. Mix until smooth and perfectly blended.

-Remove the mixture from heat and add 20 drops of carrot oil. Stir thoroughly to allow proper oil infusion.

-Add 2 tablespoons of zinc oxide powder. 

BE CAREFUL and avoid inhaling the zinc oxide powder while transferring to the saucepan. Mix until powder is completely combined with butter mixture. No clumps whatsoever, it must be mixed thoroughly!

-Transfer to glass jar and allow the mixture to cool and solidify.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INSECT REPELLANT

 

Bugs be gone! This simple five ingredient blend is the key to a bite free summer. Spray your entire body with the mixture after you apply your sunscreen each day!

 

Materials:

4oz of Distilled Water

4oz of Witch Hazel

Spearmint Oil

Neem Oil

Lemon Eucalyptus Oil

Spray Bottle (8-10 oz)

 

Directions:

-Mix distilled water, witch hazel, 10 drops of spearmint oil, 10 drops of neem oil, and 10 drops of lemon eucalyptus oil in the spray bottle and shake well!

 

Now that you’ve taken necessary measures to protect your skin all day we must cleanse and replenish. At the end of a long summer day, nothing is better than a steamy shower to decompress. Our Lemongrass Sugar Scrub and Lemon Cheesecake R$ch Butter is the perfect pair to wind down with.

 

 


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