October 30, 2018
We are all about trying to come back to nature at Nathalie Bond. As this week marks out a week of Halloween celebrations and in turn lots of pumpkin carving, we thought we would share a few fun ways in which you can use the left-over pumpkin flesh and seeds so they don’t go to waste!
First of all, here’s a step by step guide to using your leftover pumpkin flesh:.
Then the fun begins…
Have you thought about trying your own pumpkin facemask? Pumpkins are rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and zinc, which make them perfect to use for your skin. Follow the instructions below for your own pumpkin facemask –
x 2 teaspoons of cooked pumpkin
½ a teaspoon of honey
¼ teaspoon of milk
Step 1: Mix together ingredients and apply to your face (avoid eye area)
Step 2: Leave on for 10-15 minutes
Step 3: Rinse with warm water
Step 4: Apply some Nathalie Bond face oil or balm to finish off the treatment ;)
Or how about pumpkin pancakes? You can find loads of nice recipes online. But here is just one we found at somewhatsimple.com. One of our little family traditions is pancakes on a Saturday, so you know what we will be trying out this Saturday!
Let us know if you have any other useful ideas on how to work with pumpkins - you really don't want to waste them!
Take a look at a few other natural ideas for healthy Halloween treats that don't contain sugar, by SR Nutrition!
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