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Natural remedies for irritated skin (thanks to hay fever)

Natural remedies for irritated skin (thanks to hay fever)
If you don't already know, this year we're experiencing one of the worst hay fever season in a long time. From itchy eyes to a nose runnier than the Yarra River, hayfever can cause endless havoc. So, what can you do to minimise your symptoms? The best natural remedy for hay fever might be something you already have in your fridge!
We've listed 3 natural remedies you can try at home.

1. Load up on Vitamin C
Studies suggest that the traditional immune system boost acts like a natural antHistamine to calm allergic reactions. In fact, it might be the most important anti-allergy vitamin. Find it in fruit and veggies (such as oranges, red capsicum, kale and kiwi.) Simply add a few pieces to your lunchbox, as a side for dinner or make a smoothie. FYI, a dose of 2g a day is optimum for most people.
You can also apply vitamin c directly on your face with our Multi-vitamin Cleanse & Glow which has a high percentage of potent powdered Vitamin C.

2. Self-care with a luxurious Oatmeal Coconut Milk Bath
Oatmeal can be moisturizing, soothing, and inflammation-relieving for the skin.  Coconut milk is naturally hydrating, it’s loaded with healthy fats and packed with antioxidants. It’s a perfect pair with oatmeal for a super soothing homemade bath recipe.
ps. Both our Cleanse & Glow products contain colloidal oatmeal making it ultra-soothing for inflamed skin. 
How to make 


  • This recipe uses equal parts ground oatmeal, powdered coconut milk and dead sea salts for a luxurious and soothing bath you can whip up in no time.
  • 1 cup ground oats (or colloidal oatmeal)
  • 1 cup powdered coconut milk
  • 1 cup dead sea salts


  1. Measure oats and
    grind in a blender, food processor or coffee grinder until mostly powdery (some
    chunks are ok)
  2. Combine the ground oats with the coconut milk and dead sea salts, stir together
  3. Use approximately 1 cup of mixture per bath
  4. Store in an airtight jar for up to 3 months
3. Get healing with honey

The idea is to regularly consume honey to help your body build up resistance to pollen. Basically, when you eat honey produced by bees from around your local surroundings, you are thought to intake area specific pollen. Over time you may become less sensitive to this pollen and eventually experience fewer allergy symptoms. Simple and effective. 
We suggest shopping at a farmers market near you to get locally produced honey and support your local beekeeper!

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