Beauty Secrets Of The 11 Goddesses

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Beauty Secrets Of The 11 Goddesses

1.) Aphrodite (Greece)Goddess of love & beauty.

Olive oil also called the “Elixir of Life”, 100% natural. excellent for Hair (Deep conditioning), Face (dry skin), Body (scrub with salt), cuticles & nails (pre-manucure), Hands & feet (dry skin), Lips (dry, chapped lips), makeup remover (especially mascara)
2.) Yemanja (Brazil) Goddess of Water & feminine principle.

Common Sand Beach to remove cellulite and dead skin from the body. Drink carrot and beet juice.
3.) Benten (Japan) The Goddess of luck, love, eloquence, wisdom and the fine arts.

Camellia Nut Oil: this oil is great for many skin conditions: dark spots, stretch marks, dry cuticles and can be used as a moisturizer. It can be found at local herbal shops.
4.) Kuan Yin (China) Goddess of Compassion.

Green tea & White tea have many different antioxidants in them, plus they are beneficial to help keep one from aging.
5.) Lakshmi (India) Goddess of Love and beauty.

Coconut oil: Warm the oil in water and massage it onto the scalp of your head, leave on overnight and then rinse. Do this once a week. It also helps strengthen thinning hair.
6.) Venus (Europe) Roman Goddess of Love.

French women love an ice-cold water splash after washing their face. They find this treatment revitalizes the complexion and makes the skin feel amazing
7.) Hora (Europe) Roman Goddess of Beauty.

Drink goat’s milk, they also bathe in it for its softening results. It is believed goat’s milk contains capric and caprylic acids that reduce alkalinity. There are over-the-counter brands that you can buy with reduced alkalinity, which results in a pH level closest to healthy human skin.
8.) Kanikanihia (Hawaii) Goddess of Love.

Kukui nut oil is an excellent skin treatment. It moisturizes even very dry skin, heals broken skin, and is used as a soothing relief after sunburn and reduces redness and swelling in other minor burns.
It works great as a make-up remover and if used regularly it will reduce fine lines and small wrinkles.
Kukui nut oil users have also reported relief with skin conditions as psoriasis and eczema.
Kukui nut oil heals a dry scalp, and makes hair wonderfully soft and shiny.
9.) Hathor (Egypt) Goddess of Love, Marriage, beauty, fertility.

Milk bath: Alpha Hydroxy Acid, is important in exfoliating your skin. this substance is naturally found in milk and other citrus fruits.
Honey Mask: honey is a humectant, it can attract and maintain water, keeping your skin well-hydrated.
10.) Isis (Egypt) Goddess of Motherhood, magic and Fertility.

Egyptians used myrrh as an incense and oil to disinfect their bodies or clothing and to make their breaths smell good.
11.) Zoria (Hungary/Romania) Slavic Goddess of Beauty.

Hungarian women reach for the carrot to relieve unsightly blemishes and to cleanse oily skin. They dab carrot oil lightly on the offending areas. Women in general have been using carrot oil to treat skin diseases since the sixteenth century. It’s rich in beta-carotene and vitamin A, which nourish new cells.
In Romania, Castor oil. Placed carefully on the eyelashes, it helps to strengthen and stimulate lash growth. It’s also good for hair regeneration. Castor oil can rescue your thin, brittle lashes and locks.
European beauties know that flowers hold the secret to beautiful blond hair. In Russia, these stunners add a handful of dried daisies to a pint of hot water, and let sit for twenty to thirty minutes. After straining it into a container, they use this floral mix as a final rinse to bring out fabulous blond highlights!

He who feels Loved gets a taste of Heaven & a fragrance of Angel. ~Soul
Aline Hanle

Aline Hanle

She helps you harness the power of the mind through the Infinite Greatness that lies in your heart. Her blog Modern Mystic contains many soulful inspirations.

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