What comes to mind when you hear “you should be able to eat what you put on your skin?” I’m a strong believer that if you want to be healthy and feel good inside and out, you only should use healthy, natural, organic products on your skin.
After the arrival of my daughter Nina, I became much more aware of the skin care products I chose for my family. I always read every single ingredient in the products and if I see any “suspicious” ingredients, I don’t buy them. Why? Because your body absorbs almost 60% of whatever you put on your skin! Yikes!
Even if you’re conscious about your eating and choose only organic and healthy foods, if you’re using chemically loaded products, you’re absorbing a lot of chemicals into your body.
These days, the word “natural” can be manipulative. You’ve probably seen the word “natural” on just about everything; foods, drinks, and cosmetics. Just because a product says it’s “natural” doesn’t mean it’s good for you.
Sadly, some products that claim to be “natural” can actually contain synthetic ingredients, artificial flavors or added colors and that can be bad for your body and skin.
I was shocked when I read one article saying that the average American woman “eats” 10 lipsticks in her life! Of course this doesn’t mean that she snacks on lipstick, but it does mean that over the years she is absorbing all sorts of chemicals from her lipstick. Can you imagine “eating” 10 lip sticks? It makes me feel sick just thinking about it!
That is one of the reasons I started making my own skin care products including lip balms, skin lotion, creams and so much more.
Recently, I received a surprise gift – an “edible” skin care set.
I instantly fell in love with these products and let me tell you why….
The skin care set I received is from “Herbal Face Food”. I not only I fell in love with the products, but I also fell in love with the company’s motto; “You eat what you put on your skin.” I totally agree with it.
The Herbal Face Food is simply AMAZING. It works great on acne, brown patches on skin, eczema and much more. It also works great on reducing/preventing wrinkles, fine lines, blackheads and pore size.
The Herbal Face Food is not just for external use, it can be used internally. I was told to use a drop of Herbal Face Food on my toothbrush every day for bleeding, receding and infected gums if I had any. I don’t have any gum issues but I wanted to use it anyway to try it out on my sensitive teeth. The results? Great!
I had one very sensitive spot on my right tooth after getting crown work done. My dentist gave me some tooth desensitizer strips but I was little bit reluctant to use them because I wanted to use a “natural” alternative. Since I started using the Herbal Face Food on my tooth, the sensitivity is pretty much gone.
This is not some new modern miracle. The Herbal Face Food contains some spicy herbs (Clove, Oregano, and Thyme) and cloves have been renowned for centuries for their potent anesthetic and antiseptic properties. It has been said that clove oil was used as far back as 200 BC in Asia to bring relief to toothache pain and to freshen breath.
Just beware. It doesn’t taste great. I have been taking Oregano oil for hay fever and I love all kinds of herbs and spicy foods, but the Herbal Face Food tastes very spicy!
Another thing you be aware of is when you use the Herbal Face Food for the first time, you will probably have a strong stinging sensation.
The stinging sensation is from the spicy herbs: clove, oregano, and thyme. It stings when the skin is trying to recover from any damage. When I first tried the Herbal Face Food, I almost cried for a few seconds.
But the next day, I was so excited to see glowing great results on my own skin.
After using the Herbal Face Food, just use the Herbal Body Food. And that is it. So simple, yet so effective.
Here are the ingredients for Herbal Face Food:
Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera), Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba), Lavandula AngustIfolia (Lavendar/Orig.France), Origanum Vulgare (Oregano/Orig.Morocco), Syzygium Aromaticums (Clove Bud/Orig. Indonesia), Thymus Vulgaris (Thyme/Oig.South Africa), Commiphora Myrrha (Myrrh/Orig.Somalia). A proprietary source and formulation of Jasminum Officinale, (Jasmine) Absolute, Vetiveria Zizaniodes (Vetiver), Cananga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Extra, Pogostemon Cablin, (Patchouli), Santalum Spicatum (Sandalwood), Elettaria Cardamomum (Cardamom) Seed, Citrus Reticulata (Mandarin Orange), Citrus X Limon (Lemon).
So, if you want to know more about the Herbal Face Food and Herbal Body Food and how I use them, come and watch my video here.