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We began to use honey in our *dog Patty's food for
her skin condition, skin dermatitis and allergies. Today
I'm looking at honey for our skin!

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Use honey as a moisturizer for skin!

As a moisturizing mask honey is a natural humectant,
meaning that it will draw moisture from the air into
our skin and will make certain that the skin retains it!

It will hold the moisture in the deep layers
of the skin where we most need it!

I've seen that we can spread approximately one teaspoon
honey (a local raw honey would be the one to use) on clean,
dry skin and to let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes. Then rinse well
with tepid water. I'm going to try this tonight and I will
make a video about my experience. If you do it you can
let me know at the Buttercup Community on Google Plus!

I'll put sources for this information below and if I
find a good video, I will put that below as well!

Oh! I found a video by Leda Lum for a Manuka Honey mask!

It's honey from the TeaTrea plant! See it below! ~~~Nancy

Leave a comment for me at the Buttercup Community if you use it!

Honey has antioxidants and enzymes and healing
compounds! Hmmm I will give it a try!

The article I am reading is from Women's Health Magazine.

I'll put a link below for you!

This video is from YouTube!

*I'll tell you more about Patty and Sally soon!


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Related article(s):

"Honey is a natural humectant, meaning it draws moisture from the air
into the skin and ensures it's retained it in the layers where it’s
needed most for penetrating, long-lasting hydration."
Taken from: Women's Health

Products to look at:

Wedderspoon Raw Premium Manuka Honey KFactor!

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