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I use 100% pure Aloe Vera gel. I’m pretty sure it can be found almost anywhere, I get mine from whole foods and it cost around 9 dollars. 
It’s a very light gel, that does not flake. I use it daily on my hair to help tame frizz because i have to wear my hair up for both work and school. 
healthier-habits:

Lettuce Wrap Taco Bowls
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The best deep cleaning mask I have ever used! Recommended for oily or acne prone skin.
Instructions: mix a table spoon of the powder with a table spoon of apple cider vinegar. The easiest way to mix and apply to use a foundation  brush. Leave on for 20min

Review: When you apply it to your face you will feel you face begin to tighten and pulsate. By the end of the 20 minutes you face will be hard as rock. Once you wash it off your face will be red (like its sunburned) So after washing it off I moisturizer and went to sleep, in the morning my face was Flawless. It was so clean. All the redness was gone. All the little bumps that were forming were gone! I have very oily skin and this helps so much. The mask is strong so only use it once a week, but if you have oily, ance prone skin I recommend this 100%
**i forgot to add you can get this at pretty much any health foods store I got mine at whole foods**
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    I couldn’t decide whether to treat my sweet tooth or my savory one, so I treated them both! This looks like an odd combination but all of the ingredients in the salad compliment each other perfectly. The avocado pairs well with sweet food. The watermelon pairs well with salty and the honey…

  • I disappeared for a while because i went on vacation, got my wisdom teeth removed, and I’m moving, but I’m back to blogging now

  • Nail polish-
Essie : Turquoise & Caicos 
NYX: black 
I used a bobby pin to do the spots haha
    Okay so I’ve been doing some digging around lately to find out what’s so great about papaya, because I’ve really been wanting to do a face mask. I’ve been kind of lacking on my skin care game so I was looking for a quick boost. So I did some research and Looonnggg story short here’s what I’ve found.  
-  It is a good source of Vitamin A and papain. Vitamin A acts as an anti-oxidant, while the papain breaks down inactive proteins and removes dead skin cells.
-helps with dark spot/ discoloration
- hydrates skin 
-great for brightening skin 
- I WILL WARN HOWEVER that papaya is well known for lightening skin so if you’re trying to keep your summertime face tan, you might want to steer clear 
 
DIRECTIONS-
1. I cut open the papaya (I bought a Brazilian papaya, but they all work pretty much the same) and I removed the seeds.
2. I took out the papaya and mixed it in a bowl with 2 scoops of raw honey and squeezed a bit of lemon juice in there because like I said I really needed a mask to brighten my face
3. I stirred it all together then applied it to my face… Make sure your face is clean already
4.Then I let it sit for about 15 minutes **The mask starts to get pretty tight after its been sitting** 
  
OVERALL THOUGHTS- I liked it, I feel like it’s one of those masks that I have to do a few times to really see results. So I’ll start doing it once a week as an alternative to my purely raw honey mask. But anyways I really liked that once I washed it off my face just looked overall cleaner and brighter