Edible Facials, Scrubs and Makeup

Daphne Oz reveals do-it-yourself techniques to pamper yourself this holiday season.
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from trash to treasure, to fabulous facials. So many of us spend money on products and salon treatments. What if you could treat yourself to an edible facial with stuff from your kitchen. Let's fire up the beauty blender. Daphne oz is here, the co-host of "the chew." We have delicious and healthy, natural beauty regimen. First up, is a pumpkin pie to the face. Not the first time. Oh, linsey davis. The whole idea here is, using things you have in your pantry, that are totally edible. Natural products. Pumpkin pie. Yogurt, some pumpkin seeds for exfoliating. What you're doing is applying the nutrients you want from eating these foods, straight on to the skin. Yogurt has lactic acid in it. But it's also moisturizing. Can we do it? I want to see the magic happens. Get in here. Get in here. Linsey davis, may i? You already have beautiful skin. The reason I use things from my pantry, I know I'm not getting any chemicals on my face. Do you want a taste? I guess. I'm glad you like it. I'm not going to do your face now. It's really rich in fatty acids. Dry skin, pumpkins are good for. Dry skin. And in the winter, when you're dry and flaky. Bianna. Are you sowing your wild oats, bianna? This is a wild oats skin corrector. Acne-prone skin or oily skin, this is for you. Oatmeal is a great drying -- the baby is sweeping the floor. Oatmeal, apples, milk and honey. And oatmeal is what skin types? Oily skin types or acne. Any scarring. Let me try a little bit. Here's the deal. With oatmeal, it's going to dry your skin out a little bit. Give it a little taste. With the apple, natural antioxid antioxidants. The milk, to take off the top layer. Throw the ingredients into a blender. How long do they sit on the face? Five to ten minutes. This one can stay on longer. This is the easiest, simplest one. This is denise. One of our senior producers. And denise worked 24 hours for the election. And you call this the -- the depuffer for under your eyes. Remember the times when you wrapped me when I didn't want to be wrapped? This is just under her eyes. Sorry. This is to get rid of undereye circles. Any dark circle you have. Potato and apple. We're going to stay here for a minute. We heard about cucumbers, tea bags on the eyes. Potato takes away dark circles. And apple relieves the puffiness. You're going to go out with bright, clear eyes to show the world what you've got. It's a russet potato that you peel and blend in your blender with two tablespoons of apple sauce. We're going to continue our

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