Wondering what the heck raw honey has to do with clear skin?

Well honey is a natural powerhouse with tons of natural enzymes, probiotics, antioxidants, phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals like calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium. It also helps out with collagen production. Each and every one of these things is super important for getting and maintaining acne-free skin. Holy moly!

You can learn all about these clear skin nutrients in my guest post on Simple Pure Beauty. This website dedicated to natural and safe alternatives to conventional products. If you’re looking for clean, simple, easy beauty DIY’s, food recipes and remedies, than this is the site for you! Mindy has created a treasure trove of safe, natural DIY’s and recipes that each include only a few ingredients. So your life doesn’t become more complicated than it needs to be!

How Raw Honey Gets You Clear Skin

Read my full blog post, Raw Honey: Sweetness For Clear Skin, to find out why using raw honey is so important for achieving clear skin. I also talk about what you should look for when shopping for raw honey and how to use it topically to fight that nasty acne. I’ve even included two DIY raw honey beauty recipes for you.

And as a special bonus, I’ve put together a few more raw honey DIY beauty recipes, not included in the post, just for you guys! Download them right here:

Have fun making your DIY raw honey beauty products and let us know how they turn out in the comments below! Do you already use honey in your beauty regimen? Tell us about that too!

 

Click Here To Read The Full Post At Simple Pure Beauty!

 

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How To Use Raw Honey For Clear Skin

Disclaimer: The information contained within this document is for educational and informational purposes only. It is meant to inspire and motivate readers to make healthy choices and is intended for general well-being and education – it is not intended to be used as medical advice and is not a substitute for medical services. I, the author of Date With Your Plate, am not a medical professional and none of the statements on this site are intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. You should always consult with a qualified health care professional before starting on any health plan.

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