I’ve been keeping a small bowl of olive oil and brown rice flour on the counter. Every morning, I rub a little on my face and my upper arms–I have those annoying red bumps and discoloration that I’ve been struggling with for years. Then I wash my face and use a washcloth to dust off my arms, or I jump in the shower to rinse it all off. This has really been working to eliminate those pesky bumps, and I’ve tried a lot of different products and advice. I will also try coconut oil and avocado oil, but I had the olive oil handy, and it has been working wonders. Try mixing citrus juices and honey to help brighten skin, and the citric acids will help exfoliate, too. I just finished the Master Cleanse, and I would rub my face and arms with the lemon peels after I had juiced them. Now in the transition phase, I’m juicing grapefruit and oranges, and put the leftover pulp right on my face. After five minutes, I rinse it off and wash my face. I’m traveling to Italy this spring. I’m packing a small bag of brown rice flour, and when I arrive, I’m buying a small bottle of olive oil. This will be my face routine. I’m leaving all my typical toiletries at home and buying new Italian products. Nothing beats a foreign pharmacy for trying a new shampoo, local soaps and decadent oils. And I love a quirky international toothbrush.