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  1. Katie

    Do you do the honey/acv/oil method before after a shower…I shower at night.

  2. Dana

    I gave been using the OCM for over a month now and I have seen great results. Just recently I started using raw honey on my dry face after a few minutes I cleanse with crunchy Betty’s oil cleansing face wash. After washing off with clean warm wash cloth I moisterize with CB lucid face oil. So far so good!

  3. Stephanie

    I tried the Honey (and a few other things) for the first time last night. I was very impressed. The product I had been using said it was “non-drying”… that was not true. It was drying my face so much it started to peel. The Honey method was very easy. The only thing I didn’t like was smelling like the ACV. Can anyone suggest something that does the same thing as the ACV but smells better?

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  6. Wonderful information. Thanks.

  7. Honey is one of the highly effective natural face wash for acne that can be used daily. It does an excellent job of cleaning the skin while also moisturizing it leaving the skin smooth and soft.

  8. Terah

    What purpose does baking soda serve in this regimen? If it is for exfoliating could cinnamon or something else be used instead?

    • Cass

      I bought raw honey with royal jelly in it. It’s rather granular and stays that way until you rinse it off. Ifound it excellent for exfoliating.

    • Sal

      From what I hear baking soda works as a neutralizer for your PH level in your skin. I think it works the same for hair as well.

  9. Debbie

    What do u think about coconut oil? I have been putting on my face at night for awhile. Thanks!

  10. AmyMills

    I do not need to moisturize after washing with honey but in the morning I do need to have some SPF on my skin, so I put a light layer of my current daytime moisturizer (SPF 25) under my makeup and it seems to do the trick. I agree with you though! Feels fresh and moist!

  11. Allison

    The raw honey is really drying out my face….. I need to apply a moisterizer after I wash….. Does the ACV serve as a moisterizer? Or do you have any recommendations for a natural moisterizer? Thank you:-)

  12. Bethany M

    Hi there! I just came upon your website and I love it!! I do have a question abt the honey and baking soda wash. I thought exfoliating everyday harmed your skin, so would washing with the baking soda to remove my makeup, wouldn’t that freak out my skin? If you could help, I would so appreciate it. Cant wait to start the honey wash!:)

  13. Hi! I’ve been going back and forth on your site for hours now (I love it), and was just curious what order some of you use for face cleaning. Do you still exfoliate after the OCM? What do you use?

    Thanks!

  14. Irise

    Ive been using the Somaluxe Face Wash (with organic ingredients) everyday. Works amazing, makes skin clear after the first use. It smells so fresh and makes your skin feel like it just left the spa. The ingredients are not harsh nor do they test on animals. Which is a big plus. It keeps pores perfect and makes my skin even.

  15. Leslie

    How tall is your glass cruet? (The pitcher with the honey in it)

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  19. Amanda

    Should my skin burn when I apply the ACV??

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  2. […] about facial hygiene or not removing makeup thoroughly before going to bed might cause a lot of dead cell accumulation on your face. This could […]

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  4. […] have washed my face with honey for the past eight days, and this past Monday I added a second honey wash to my daily regimen to remove my makeup in the evenings.  These days I roll out of bed, pull my hair up in a bun and slather my face with honey before I […]

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