Want to get rid of dark circles under your eyes? Try green tea!

The caffeine found in green tea constricts the blood vessels within the sensitive area underneath your eye and reduces inflammation. Green tea also contains antioxidants called flavonoids and tannins that help tighten your skin and reduce puffiness.

Soak two tea bags in warm water, then chill the bags for 15-20 minutes in the refrigerator.

Once cooled, remove any excess liquid and place one bag on each eye and let sit for 15-30 minutes. Safe to use daily, weekly, or as often as you’d like.

For hundreds of years, epsom salt has been a wellness and beauty staple.

Chemically, epsom salt is pure magnesium sulfate – which softens and exfoliates skin, making it the ultimate body scrub.

To use as a body scrub, mix a handful of epsom salt with a gentle cleansing cream. Massage into your skin and rinse with cold water. Follow with a moisturizing body lotion.

Nourish dry skin with an apricot serum!

Apricots are rich in gamma linoleic acid, which helps firm and tone your skin  – while the Vitamins A and E in apricots helps slow down the aging process.

DIY: Mix 2 tbsp of apricot oil with 3-5 drops argan oil & blend. Use as a #moisturizer.

Soothe a sunburn with chamomile! The anti-inflammatory properties in chamomile can help soothe pain and itching.

DIY: Steep three chamomile bags in two cups of hot water. Pour into a spray bottle and let it sit in the fridge until cool. Spritz onto skin as needed.

Fight free radicals with dill seed oil!

Dill contains flavonoids, which are antioxidants with anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties.

To help smooth wrinkles, we recommend using it as a moisturizer by mixing 1 to 2 drops with 1 teaspoon of carrier oil. Use twice daily.