Risk on skin for Acne product ingredients, usually chemical products are normally using those ingredients.

Benzoyl Peroxide: 7, Salicylic Acid: 7, Sulfur: 1(even though risk is low some people have allergic reaction)
These are really harmful ingredient, please avoid those ingredients,


How to use O3 Lab Acne Away Solution:

10603557_766564080056361_1454386598895272007_n*Please keep all of the products in the refrigerator, they don’t have preservatives, if spoiled, it cannot be returned,
1Wash your skin with Acne Away Herbal Soap or Himalayan PinK Salt OPCP Soap


2After washing your skin apply Acne Away Toner


3Apply Acne Away Corrector on your spot


4Apply Acne Away Salve entirely on your skin lightly, it will cause healing, moisturizing and soothing so it’s really comfortable for your irritated skin.(use possibly Day & Night)


5Apply Acne Away Hydro Lotion.


Acne Away Corrector is real herbal extract that can be used for good results but babies and kids can mix with distilled water starting at 5% to 15%.

Active Ingredient;
1. Acne Salve : 1oz / $25
Infused Thyme, Chamomile, St John’s Wart, Gotu Kola, Houttuynia Cordata, & more…

2. Acne Corrector: 1oz / $25
Thyme, Plantain, Chamomile,. & more…

* Acne Away Solution 2 products: only $50 (For good results, you must use these Acne Away Solution set)


“Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.”

“Some people think luxury is the opposite of poverty. It is not. It is the opposite of vulgarity.”

– Coco Chanel

DIY: How To Make Rose Water

Valentine’s Day is just a couple of weeks away and it’s a time to show the special people in your life how much you love them…but it’s also a great time to pamper yourself! Loving and taking care of yourself is always important, and this DIY will help you do just that. Rose water was first made by chemists in the Islamic Golden Age as a perfume and beverage, and in the years since it has become quite popular for a number of uses.   Most commonly it is used as a toner or body spray for the skin – the natural fragrance and moisturizing properties make it especially refreshing. It can also be used to flavor certain dishes, or added to lemonade for a delicious summer beverage. Make a batch and keep some for yourself, and bottle the rest up as gifts for your friends and loved ones!

how to make rose water

What you need: fresh roses, a large pot and distilled water.

There are a couple of ways to make rose water.  There’s the old fashioned way, which I did, or there’s a slightly more complicated process.  For that process you will also need a heat-safe bowl.

how to make rose water

Start by plucking the petals from the roses – you won’t need the bulb or stems. The fresher your roses are, the better your results will be.  If you can cut your own roses, that would be your best bet. If you must buy them from a store (like I did) rinse the petals in some cool water to get rid of any potential chemicals.

how to make rose water

Place the rose petals in a large pot and fill with just enough distilled water to cover the rose petals. Too much water will dilute the rose water.  Cover with a lid and let simmer until the petals lose their color. This is also where the two methods differ – for the other method you would place the heat safe bowl on top of the petals, and cover the pot with a lid.  As the petals simmer, steam will collect on the lid of the pot and drip in to the bowl, which is pure rose water. The old fashioned method that I use is still effective but the rose water just might not be as pure.

how to make rose water

Once the petals lose their color, drain the liquid into a jar – this is your rose water! Store in a cool place and give your skin a spritz whenever you need a sweet and refreshing little pick me up!

how to make rose water

how to make rose water

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Source: DIY: How To Make Rose Water http://blog.freepeople.com/2013/03/diy-rose-water/#ixzz3JYXdhVRw