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Carrot Beauty

Carrots.Your skin can be brightened by the bushel.With Spring now in full swing, and Easter on its way, if you find yourself swimming in a carrot surplus, don’t worry, because as always, PD’s got you covered.

Packed with Vitamin A, C and E we recommend saving your money by skipping Glamglow’s Flashmud mask and using carrot pulp to brighten your skin instead.Spend that $50 on Easter candy before it’s banned.

Gently cover your face with a grated carrot and after 15 minutes use cold water to wash it off.

That’s it; it is really that simple.

This same mask can also be applied to treat sunburns.

You’re welcome. 

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