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Using lemon juice and sugar is great for getting rid of those flaky, dried skin on your face and all over your body.

Here the benefits of both of them:
A. Lemon – A natural source of Vitamin C; an ingredient commonly used to lighten sun and age spots and even out skin tone; A natural astringent that tightens pores and brightens the complexion.

B. Sugar – A natural exfoliator; a natural source of glycolic acid which evens out skin tone, cleans pores, and improves overall skin texture by removing dead, dull skin cells.

The sugar I use for my face are brown sugar and organic sugar. (Normally, I used the organic.)

Hope this helps!

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blue queen

how long will i have to put this stuff on my face


OMG. My face was so dry I had dead, hardened, flaky skin. It was starting to peel off especially on my nose & chin. I didn't want to pick at it for fear it would make a scab. I just tried this & it exfolited every dry spot completely smooth. I also had chapped lips & used it there as well. All the flakiness is gone & my face feels soft & refreshed. Then I used the rest on my hands. Thank you!


WOW !!! It really work just one treatment and I already see the difference thanks


I want to try this. I guess the lemon and sugar mix should get thick, probably more sugar than lemon juice right? Then, how long should I keep it in my face?


can i put baby powder on my face after the treatment? or better if not? im working at air conditioned area and my face. hands is drying everyday..


I work for an organisation that sutorpps adults with Learning Disabilities. Within my service, we help with money & budgeting, benefits etc and try to ensure that their bills get paid. All of the people we support have housing benefit of some degree and this is paid straight to the landlord. If this didn't happen, a majority of these people would be in severe rent debt and even evicted from their homes due to rent arrears. Many of them have other priorities with how to spend their money and would rather fritter it away than use it to pay their rent. There is also another issue in regards to direct debits. Some of the people we support have bank accounts that do not support having direct debits/standing orders. Others will only operate with cash as they do not like anyone taking money from their accounts. I believe that Universal Credit is a good idea, but there should be still the option to pay Housing Benefit direct to the landlord, otherwise I can see many more people being taken to court and losing their homes.


How long do you leave it on. Also, do I rub it all the way in?

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