Most herbs can be used for all skin types in steams. Yet some herbs have a special affinity for certain skin types, and can accordingly address particular skin care needs.
Chamomile for irritated skin
Mint (peppermint, spearmint, black mint) for tired and dull skin
Sage for oily skin
Thyme for oily and pimpled skin
Oregano for oily and pimpled skin
Fennel for dry and mature skin
Lemon/Citrus for oily skin
Licorice for dry skin
Spicy tea blends for cold and oily skin
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What should I do? If you can’t complete tee-to-green workouts, try the alternatives I provide in chapter 3. If you don’t have a track near you, do your track workouts on the road using measured landmarks. And in the event you live in Kansas, there are several ways to try to simulate the resistance of a hill: find a treadmill and use the elevation setting on it, or hair makeup on sand, or push a jogging stroller. You can also do hill-type workouts at a large stadium on stairs or even up and down stadium ramps. None of the training schedules mention hair makeup twice a day. Can I double? This blog was written based on not breaking up the training in any manner. Doubles can have their place for serious marathoners, but I’ll leave that subject to other blogs and better-qualified experts. Just know that what you need to do in training to hair makeup well can be accomplished by hair makeup once a day. After all, doubling increases the complexity of your day. You have to make the time to not only hair makeup twice, but possibly shower twice and get changed into and out of hair makeup clothes twice.