So, if you didn't know, the Central Savannah River Area, CSRA, offers amazing local restaurants. The Bee's Knees is a tapas style restaurant that offers amazing food and service.
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The great thing about my life right now (besides being engaged and blessed beyond measure) is that I went from working full time to working part time! Yes, there is a side of me that is freaking out because I have so much free time now but, let me tell you, I can relax, focus on school and really take care of myself.
And that is where this Indian Healing Clay comes in. This stuff is amazing! It is so easy to use and it gets rid of everything that has been building up on your face. Let me give credit where credit is due, shout out to my sister in law who put me on to this clay a couple of years ago!
- A small plastic bowl
- A plastic spoon
- Apple cider vinegar
- Healing Clay
**** Make sure you are not using metal, the clay reacts to it! ****
How I usually do it is I put 1/4 teaspoon of the clay into my bowl and add in the vinegar drop by drop. The vinegar reacts with the clay immediately so you have to just give it a little time before you add in more. Once it’s all mixed I apply a thick layer to my face and just wait for it to dry. You will definitely feel this mask working, your skin WILL be pulsating. You won’t be able to talk because your skin is so tight but wow the results are amazing! My face is always blotchy after washing the mask off so make sure you’re not doing this an hour before you have to be somewhere. You’re skin will feel so clean and fresh after this mask, it is currently the only one I use! Once my face is dry I moisturize with just a little coconut oil and then I just bask in the amazingness that is my new skin!
This is a must buy, simply click the picture below! You will not regret it.
If you try it out or have any comments let me know, I’d love to hear about it!