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    DIY Coffee Scrub for Dry Skin, Cellulite and more – Ep 137 | Life Thoughts Camera

    In this video, I will show you how to create a Coffee Scrub. Let’s get started. The coffee that I am using is a bit coarse like this. I take 1 cup coffee and ½ cup of olive oil. Add them in a bowl and mix well. I prefer mine to be a little thick in texture if you like yours to be more liquid in nature just add more oil. Now I just take a small amount and rub it in a circular motion on my skin. And follow it up with a regular bath. And your done 😀 Now, don’t forget to thumbs up. Do check out my…

  • Inspirational Vlogger Redefines Beauty
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    Inspirational Vlogger Redefines Beauty

    AIRAM QUIROA: She inspires me, because I love that she’s chasing her dreams. COMM: Makeup artist and Zumba instructor Marimar was born with Cystic Hygroma, a congenital malformation. She uses sign language to communicate. AIRAM QUIROA: It’s not easy having the condition she has. Everybody is looking at you, everybody is staring at you. And us, as a family, it’s been hard to do this together, you know. For me, it’s inspiring just to be able to see her everyday we were to get up and, and keep fighting, you know, keep doing what she does, because honestly it’s not easy. Ever since she was little, she’s always managed to…

  • What It’s Really Like Being A Muslim Woman In America | Skin Deep | Refinery29
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    What It’s Really Like Being A Muslim Woman In America | Skin Deep | Refinery29

    You know when people are like, “Do Muslim women have hair under?” I’m like “No, we don’t.” Plot twist, it goes somewhere secret. Plot twist, there’s actually no hair! Oh my god. I don’t know how I’m going to start this. I just wanted to come on here and speak because I felt like I had to. Let me just address, yes, my head is covered. I am Muslim if you guys know that, but my channel is for everyone. We’re in for a ride. We just have to stay strong. Bye guys. I feel like people just refuse to believe that I’m a normal girl. I started wearing the…