You’ve probably seen these on a shelf somewhere, but they’re really easy to spot: minerals.
There’s nothing like the color, texture, or smell of them in a package, but here’s the good news: they can really be good for you.
They can help your skin keep looking younger, softer, and healthier.
Plus, they help your hair and nails grow faster.
So, grab a few and start getting started.
Soak the mineral powder in water, and rinse thoroughly.
After 10 minutes, pat dry with a damp cloth, and dry with paper towels.
If you want, you can add a little extra mineral powder to make the powder more effective.
Then use a damp brush to apply a few drops to the back of your hand, then rub with your fingers until you get the desired effect.
Or, if you’re feeling super adventurous, mix the powder into a powder for the eyes and apply a little on your cheekbones, then blend it into the rest of your face and into your hair.
Here’s a list of every mineral powder you can buy at drugstores, grocery stores, or beauty supply stores.
All products have the same ingredients: mineral oil, mineral salt, and mineral essence.
Each ingredient has a pH value of 8.
It’s best to apply mineral powder at the end of your application.
You can also add a few extra drops of your favorite brand of mineral powder (such as mineral oil or mineral salt) to get a nice effect.
Make sure you’re using the exact mineral powder from your store, and you can always mix it up to get your desired effect, too.
And don’t forget to check out this quick and easy tutorial to see how to use the mineral makeup you can get at Sephora.
You’ll also want to check this list of essential oils to get an idea on which ones are best for you, and which ones aren’t.
If there’s one thing you really want to know before you start your skin care routine, it’s which essential oils are best to use for your skin.
Here are a few to look for: lavender essential oil, tonka essential oil (both in natural and synthetic forms), patchouli essential oil