criscoI have no problem spending money on beauty products . . . especially if they work! For example, I love my stash of Clinique Moisture Surge (amazing) and my little jar of By Terry Baume de Rose for Lips (smells like roses!!). But, they don’t come cheap!

For the most part, alot of our daily beauty routines could be done with products that are a lot less expensive . . . especially if we pull them straight out of our kitchens!

Yep . . . that’s right. I did a little nosing around my kitchen cabinet recently to see what I could use to remove makeup, moisturize and exfoliate my skin, deal with too many onions at lunch, and lots more.Parsley2

Check out my newest video for the AARP YouTube Channel (and please SUBSCRIBE HERE so you can get notified whenever a new one is posted!), and see which products I tried that really did the trick with no extra muss, fuss, added chemicals or cost! Trust me  . . .  you’ll never look at Crisco the same way again.


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Well I would rather put Crisco on my body than in my body. Thanks. And health coach Ruth Gantman recently posted about other foods that work as well on your face and body,

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