Showing posts from September, 2017

PB J Fat Bombs

BOTTOM LAYER 1 cup almond flour3/4 cup shredded, unsweetened coconut1/2 cup coconut oil1 tbs coconut sugarHimalayan sea salt MIDDLE LAYER 2 cup peanut butter1 cup shredded, unsweetened coconut2 tbs coconut oil1 tbs coconut sugarHimalayan sea salt TOP LAYER 1 cup strawberries3/4 cup coconut creme3 drops stevia Instructions

My Box of Style

Hello Beauties! The excitement in my voice in my head as I write this is screaming like a giddy girl! I have ordered only a few subscription boxes to be very disappointed.  Especially some of the beauty ones.  I can get samples all day long at Nordstrom, Macy’s, Dillards, Saks, Sephora. I can go on. And not get charged 10 to 15 bucks. BUT FREE!!! Plus if I buy something and any counter they will throw in more samples of my request or what they have. PLus I am on queue when gift with purchase is out I am there for it. Some of the makeup ones (which again I will not mention) are not the colors or products I like.  I am so picky!  But this came across my feed 4 months ago and I wanted a Spring box badly.  Just was not sure.  Than the Summer came! Oh shit! I need that Komono.  But my doubts drowned me.  So I figured after looking at even past boxes and the prices on these actual products that Zoe pics I knew I need them. (way over 400 bucks) Every one of the boxes I loved. And I decided …

How To Layer Skin Care and DIY Face Oil

WHAT’S IN MY HYDRATING FACIAL OIL: The facial oil recipe that I use is definitely formulated for slightly more mature, drier skin.  The oils absorb easily and are suited for thirsty skin.  I have also added essential oils that have anti-aging and regenerative properties. JOJOBA OIL: I use jojoba oil as the base oil because it closely resembles the natural oils in our skin.  It has anti-inflammatory properties and works great for dry, aging, oily, normal, or acne-prone skin. If jojoba oil doesn’t work for you, another great base oil is argan oil. OLIVE OIL: Good old olive oil is high in oleic acid (a monosaturated fatty acid), making it perfect for drier skin.  It is a heavier oil that dries a bit more slowly.  Just be sure to get a good quality, cold pressed olive oil. If olive oil doesn’t work for you, you can substitute avocado oil, also high in oleic acid. ROSEHIP SEED OIL:Rosehip seed oil is one of my favorite new discoveries.    It is good for dry, aging skin because it is deeply no…

SWISSVITA: My New Skincare

Hello Beauties! I am so excited to tell you about a skincare I got to test 2 years ago and just recently became their Swissvita Angel Ambassador.  I love this line and the science is amazing. My skin looks great or actually better.  And I have been fighting breakouts now that I workout more and do Hormone Therapy.  But after doing using this line again I cant tell you how much more I am in love and that this is now part of my regimen. Here is the skinny on the products I am using. And below I will have highlighted blue to click on to order yours! And may I tell you it will change your skin. SWISSVITA DARK SPOT CORRECTOR>>>BENEFITS IN HELPING REDUCE DARK SPOTSBrightens and reduces the look of spotsThe power of vitamin CLighter and clearer skinGentle on all skin typesIntelligent packaging with risk-free guarantee
Now I am not sure why they call it a cream, it is a gel.  I love everything about this gel. I wrote a article post last week about how to keep your concealer from cre…

Crispy Parmesan Tomato Chips

Image Author: Brenda Bennett | Sugar Free Mom Nutrition Information Serves: 6Serving size: 1/2 cupCalories: 88Fat: 5.8gSaturated fat: 1.1gCarbohydrates: 9.4gSugar: .8gSodium: 798mgFiber: 2.1gProtein: 2.5gCholesterol: 2mg Print Ingredients 6 cups thinly sliced beefsteak tomatoes2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil2 teaspoons sea salt1 teaspoon garlic powder2 tablespoons fresh chopped parsley2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese Instructions Gently drizzle and toss the sliced tomatoes in the olive oil to coat slices.Place slices without overlapping onto dehydrator shelves or a baking pan.If you are baking preheat oven to 200 degrees F.In a small bowl whisk together the remaining ingredients.Sprinkle mixture over each slice.Depending on how thick the slices of tomato are, dehydrating could take anywhere from 12-24 hours.If baking check every 30 minutes until edges show some charring, could take 4-5 hours. Notes Net Carbs: 7.3g