2-3 large carrots
4 1/2 tablespoons honey
Cook carrots, then mash. Mix
with honey. Apply gently to the skin, wait 10 minutes. Rinse
off with cool water.
Did You Know...
Carrots are native to Afghanistan. They were first cultivated
in 500 BC in the Mediterranean regions. In approximately the
1600's they were introduced in Europe and England; ladies used
the feathery tops as decoration for hats and wore them in their
hair. Carrots grow in the wild and are more commonly known as
Queen Ann's Lace. They are very high in vitamin A and a source
of vitamin C, folacin and potassium Source: BC Vegetable Marketing