Sunday, March 15, 2015

Beauty Tips Using Forever Living Products

      It is very fun to experiment different uses of a beauty product. With a bit of creativity, you can make the products to the fullest. Today, I'm going to share with you some beauty tips using Forever Living Products.

      At first, I.thought the Forever Aloe Styling Gel is mainly for man to style a spiky hair style. But, it actually works very good for long hair. After curling with curling iron, squeeze some of the products in your palms, then apply them onto your curls. The curls look soft and shiny afterward. It doesn't contain silicone to harm your hair, and the Aloe Vera adds a lot of hydration.

      The Aloe Heat Lotion is originally for sore muscle, but it actually works pretty well on mosquito bites. The Aloe Vera helps soothe the irritation. And, the mint takes the itch away almost immediately. For another way to use the Aloe Heat Lotion, please check out my post about foot massage.

      Drank too much water, or ate something too salty last night? Here is a tip to get rid of the puffy eyes in the morning. Store a bottle of Rehydrating Toner in the fridge. In the morning, soak two cotton pads with the toner, then place them on the under eye area. The cooling effect will instantly depuff eyes and looks more awake

      Like the hydrating feel of sheet mask, but are afraid of the harsh chemicals? Here is a way to make a sheet mask fresh. The Sonya Aloe Refreshing Toner has a consistency like serum. Take a dry sheet mask, soak it with the toner, then put on the mask to moisturize.
      Hope you find these tips helpful! Feel free to share any tips you know in the comments below.


  1. Great beauty tips, thanks for sharing them!

  2. The tips are so useful, I've also heard that putting spoons ice cold spoons under your eyesin the morning reduce bags!
    Please check out my blog!
    Abbie xx

    1. Yes I have heard about the icy spoon trick, but never actually tried it! Haha


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