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Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Just a Quickie

I only have a minute, and no time for pictures, so today I give you a public service beauty tip. Winter's over in most of the USA so get your dry, flaky skin ready for its public appearances this summer with a quick and easy sugar scrub. Take 1 cup brown sugar and add 1/2 cup olive oil. Scrub it gently over your entire body, starting at your feet and working your way up. Do not use on your face. Then, just hop in the shower and wash as usual. Don't worry about the soap washing away all of the oil, it won't. I actually do the scrub in the shower with the water off, it makes clean up really easy! Do this twice a week (you can do it more often on your feet) and you'll have soft, glowing summer skin. Also, you spent next to nothing by making the scrub yourself, so go reward yourself with some more yarn! Happy Tuesday!


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