Potato Juice Skin Spray

It’s certainly not too early to be on the lookout for the ubiquitous poison oak and ivy that grow in this area in springtime. A natural solution for exposure to these nuisances—or for any kind of topical skin problem—is potatoes. Potatoes are chock-full of potassium, which is an electrolyte that balances electric charges in skin cells and creates a proper pH balance. Infusing an infected area of skin with the pure liquid form of a potato assaults the infection with a high dose of moisture and potassium—the perfect prescription for many common skin annoyances.

Super easy

Potato Juice Skin Spray

Ingredients

For 1 Batch(es)

Recipe

  • 1 large potato (russet or other variety), peeled

Potato Juice Skin Spray Directions

  1. Cut the potato into small enough pieces to fit into a juicer. Juice the pieces, discard the pulp and pour the juice into a reusable spray bottle.
  2. Spray onto affected areas as needed. Refrigerate after use. (Note: If you don’t have a juicer, simply place slices of cold potato on the affected areas.)

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