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Coconut oil 1

Coconut oil

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It's ridiculous how obsessed I've become with coconut oil. But this thing really does work miracles. It's helped hydrate and strengthen my heat damaged hair, leaving it silky smooth and shiny always. I wash my face with it every night and I swear it's made my complexion clearer and brighter. Plus, it makes for an amazing body moisturizer. I can't imagine my life without it!

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Almond oil 2

Almond oil

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Want a makeover remover that's not rough on your skin? Get yourself a small bottle of almond oil chica! This thing doesn't just get out waterproof mascara but it leaves your face soft and glowy too.

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Avocados 3

Avocados

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Avocados have been my saving grace when it comes to restoring this damaged hair. Once a month, I take a small avocado mash it in a small bowl using a fork and add about a teaspoon of coconut oil to it. Then, I apply it throughout my hair from roots to ends. I leave it on for around 15-20 minutes before rinsing out. My hair always looks awesome afterwards!

Coconut water 4

Coconut water

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You know what they say, you have to take care of the inside to make the outside look good. So aside from maintaining a healthy, green-heavy diet, I try incorporating coconut water into my daily routine. Why? Because it's stacked with potassium, vitamin C, vitamin B and other essential nutrients that keep you healthy and energetic. I also noticed my skin looks more radiant whenever I'm drinking it consistently.

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Indian healing clay 5

Indian healing clay

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A lot of women I know swear by the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay ($5). It's a natural clay from Death Valley, California that's used mainly as a facial mask. It's packed with calcium and other beauty benefits that leaves skin clear and soft. I can't wait to try this it out for myself!

Honey 6

Honey

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I don't understand people who don't love honey. This stuff is filled with awesomeness. I use it as an anti-aging agent for my skin by applying it to all my DIY facial masks. It's rich in antioxidants, which helps hydrate, rejuvenate and protect skin from harmful UV rays. It also deeply moisturizes hair and boosts shine. I love it!

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Brown sugar 7

Brown sugar

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Want a soft, polished body this summer? Try exfoliating with a natural scrub at least twice a week. I like to mix my brown sugar with a little bit of olive oil. It leaves my skin SO soft. It's also a great chapped-lips remedy.

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Rosa Mosqueta

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I've been treating these small scars I got after having my appendix removed last summer with Rosa Mosqueta (Rose Hip Seed Oil). It hasn't even been a year yet and most of the scars are almost faded. This stuff works miracles!