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Published on February 11th, 2012 | by No Artificial

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Honey and Lemon Anti-Aging Elixir

Drinking honey and lemon mixture regularly will make a huge difference in the health and look of your skin.

Throughout the centuries, legendary beauties have used honey as their anti-aging serum. Cleopatra was famous for her milk and honey baths, and Poppaea Sabina, the beautiful wife of Nero, used tepid milk mixed with honey as a face lotion to preserve her youthfulness.
Honey has a nourishing and antiseptic effect on the skin that’s why today it is also a popular ingredient in many beauty products. The cosmetic effect of honey is not restricted to its external application because the consumption of honey in itself will greatly improve not only the color but the texture of the skin. The beautiful complexions of Mediterranean women are due not solely to olive oil but also to honey.

Here is their magic formula for a very powerful anti-aging elixir.

  • 1-2 tbs. of raw honey (unheated)
  • 1-2 tbs. of lime or lemon juice
  • 1tbs. of olive oil

Mix all ingredients together and take this remedy everyday as a wake-up drink once in the morning on a empty stomach and you will quickly see and feel the results. Your skin will come alive with a vibrant and healthy glow.

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