How to Heal Skin Naturally

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Natural products for healing skin include vitamin E oil and green tea. Heal your skin naturally with the help of a skin care specialist in this free video.

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Hello, my name is Courtney Gomez. I've been a Skincare Specialist and Makeup Artist for upwards of five years. And in this video, we're going to be discussing how to heal skin naturally. For this, you're going to need a steaming water for which you have a steeped a green tea in, a Vitamin E oil capsule or Vitamin E oil, a washcloth and some honey. So, once you have brought some water to a boil and you've let some green tea steeped in it, you're going to add a bit of honey. Let it mix itself around and become dissolved. And then, you're going to actually saturate your washcloth with that. So, I'm just going to put a little bit on, but you want to saturate it. From here, you're going to take this and put it over the affected area wherever that maybe and just let it sit. Let the heat heal, let it bring the blood to the surface with the healing white blood cells until it cools, you just want, you want to keep it there like a hot press. Once that is done, you'll remove it and you can prick a Vitamin E oil capsule or you can buy Vitamin E oil straight from your pharmacy. But, I just prefer the pills 'cause I take them orally everyday and then, I can use them to applicate on the skin. And then, you're going to want to put that on like you would a moisturizer and you're going to do small circular motions, focusing on your breathing and giving yourself a light massage which does help also to get blood flow and to heal. And, you should find that your skin will be healing by itself naturally with the help of some everyday items you could find that are organic and natural. Thank you for watching. Again, my name is Courtney Gomez, and in this video we discussed how to heal skin naturally.


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