When I was in high school, everyone wore Jean Nate. It was the light and clean citrus scent that we loved. Now the world of cosmetics is overflowing with lemon-based products. The lemon is both a small evergreen tree native to Asia, and the tree’s oval yellow fruit. The distinctive sour taste of lemon juice makes it a key ingredient in many dishes and it’s also used in aromatherapy, first aid and medicine. Use it for itchy, flaky scalp and unclogging pores. Rinse hands and feet in lemon juice and water to and pat dry. You can even get sunny highlights with lemon juice. Here’s a roundup of some lemony loveliness to try:
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NELSONS ARNICA CREAM – – OK, so I have a confession to make. I have been known to be a klutz some times. I like to walk home from school – which is about 2 miles – and in New York City, that means you can bang into stuff like trees and bikes that are parked on the sidewalk, and people are constantly knocking into you. So bruises come with the territory. And the guys in my school are also pretty rough. Nelsons Arnica Cream is the answer to my prayers. It really works. You rub it on bruises, cuts, scrapes, and they go away much faster. My mom gets it in England and we always have a tube somewhere in the house which is a good thing cause I usually have a bruise somewhere on me.
FINAL VERDICT – BOB (BEAUTY ON A BUDGET) – If you need first aid for black and blues, this is just your ticket.
- MEET DR. DEEPAK DUGAR – BOARD CERTIFIED RHINOPLASTY SURGEON
- MEET JACK JIA – FOUNDER AND CEO OF MUSELY
- MEET ELLEN GENDLER, MD – NEW YORK CITY BOARD-CERTIFIED DERMATOLOGIST
- WE TRIED DEFENAGE 6-WEEK PERFECTION NECK CREAM AND HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED
- MEET MARK HAMILTON, MD – FACIAL PLASTIC SURGEON AND CHAIRMAN OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION COMMITTEE FOR THE AAFPRS