Do you also like autumn? I love the beautiful, deep colors of the trees and leaves and the light that a golden glow seems to have. The smell of gingerbread and puffed chestnuts always make me happy, no matter how cold and night it can be.
In the kitchen I live in this season with everything that mother nature has to offer. Dark red and fortunate apples are the perfect base for apple pie, where I (secret tip!) A hint of grated orange peel to add a subtle and fresh taste. And of course I make a lot of pumpkin soup. Pumpkin is my favorite autumn vegetable. Pumpkin is full of vitamin C, beta-carotene, minerals such as calcium, potassium, selenium and zinc. Pumpkin is also an excellent inflammatory inhibitor. Not only your stomach and intestines benefit, your skin too.
To help your skin a hand in the fall you can make a pumpkin mask:
* steam or cook a piece of pumpkin without peel until cooked. * Let the pumpkin cool down and pack it with a fork. * Add Oil Serum from your choice ( 002-004 or 005 ) * Add a drop of fresh lemon juice . * Add a teaspoon Therapeutic clay (the clay ensures an extra cleaning and recovery of the skin. The pumpkin mask therefore remains better on the skin). Another possibility without the therapeutic clay is a wet mesh places on the skin before the mask is applied to the skin. The mesh ensures that the mask stays well in place. * Apply the mask to the face and cleavage and let it withdraw it for about fifteen minutes. * Remove the mask with the hands and remove the hands and Then rinse the skin properly. * Massage the skin with, for example, Aurora Dionis Dermacosmetics Oil Serum and the Aloe serum to hydrate and feed the skin.