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Because of their coarse yet pliable consistency, grains are perfect for gently cleansing your skin and removing dead skin cells that dull your complexion. This weekend, get back to nature with this pure and organic recipe for an all over body cleanser. This aromatic scrub can be used on your face and body to purify, detoxify, tone and brighten your complexion while improving blood circulation. What You Will Need:
- 2 TBSP Oatmeal
- 2 TBSP Cornmeal
- 2 tsp Wheat Germ
- 15 Drops of the Herbal Citrus Blend
- 10 Drops Rosemary
- 10 drops Lemon
- 8 drops Grapefruit
Click here to order what you need to create the blend yourself.
Prepare your Herbal Citrus Aromatic Blend by pouring your essential oils into a 10-ml bottle and then adding an organic vegetable oil to fill. Combine oatmeal, cornmeal and wheat germ in a mixing bowl. In an airtight container, gradually blend dry mixture with equal parts water until you create a paste. About 1/2 cup of the mixture will be sufficient for your entire body. Add 15 drops of the aromatherapy blend and mix well again.
Massage the scrub gently into your skin. Rinse well with tepid water and pat dry. Follow with a soothing, refreshing all-over body lotion, such as "I Am...Pure Energy," made with Lemongrass, Basil, Grapefruit, Peppermint, Ginger and Dill for an uplifting boost of energy!
In Good Health, Francoise Rapp
Internationally renowned aromatherapist and alchemist Françoise Rapp was trained in the sacred ancient arts of anointing and practicing alchemy by priests and alchemists in France more than 10 years ago. She now lives in San Diego where she holds an International License in Aromatherapy. Her talents have been featured in many national media outlets, including RedBook Magazine, New Age Journal, Self.Com, and the nationally televised program "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus."