3 Steps To Clearer Skin ( Get Rid Of Discoloration)

3 Steps to Clearer Skin

Hyper-pigmenation has always been an issue with my skin.  If I have a breakout, even a small blemish, it can become a scar.  Hyper-pigmentation can be created very quickly and then take what seems like forever to get rid of.  The more melanin in your skin, the darker the pigmentation can appear and be very frustrating to deal with.

I’ve been getting many compliments on my skin and how clear and healthy my face has looked. You know your face looks pretty awesome without make up when people you know say something like ” Wow, your skin looks really good…..and your not wearing any make up?” LOL!

So many women and men have asked me what I use to get my skin to look so healthy and refreshed. I tell them, I use homemade all natural products I make myself.

Below is an all natural DIY  face wash, toner, and moisturizer, that I’ve been using for several months with AMAZING results. My pores are small, my skin is bright and I kicked the discoloration monster right in the butt.

I want to share this DIY recipe that worked for me, with you.

Step 1


Sea Salt/Yogurt Cleanser

  • 2 Teaspoons of Sea Salt
  • 1 Tablespoon of  Plain Greek Yogurt
  • 1 Tablespoon of  Raw Honey

Mix all the ingredients together in a small bowl. Soak a cotton ball into the mixture and apply the mixture to face using upward clockwise circular motions. Remove with warm water. Repeat if necessary until face is clean.

Note: This mixture will not keep, so it should be used immediately.

Step 2

Chamomile Lemon Facial Toner

Chamomile Lemon Facial Toner


Chamomile Lemon Facial Toner

(6oz.)1 Chamomile Tea Bag Brewed and Cooled 

(2 tbsp) Lemon Juice

2 tsp Vegetable Glycerin


Mix all the ingredients together and put into a small bottle or container w/lid

Apply the toner all over your face using a cotton ball.

Great for tightening pores and evening out skin tone.

Note: Refrigerate. This toner will last up to 4 weeks.

Step 3


Jojoba/Lemongrass Moisturizer

Jojoba Oil – small amount

1 Drop of Lemongrass Essential Oil

Note: This moisturizer is great for brightening, toning, and is great for acne and normal skin. 

Side Notes:

- During the summer months I would suggest substituting the Jojoba Oil with whatever moisturizer you use during the summer months. Or just replace it with your sunblock.

My Skin Type: Combination Skin (type can be dry or normal in some areas and oily in others, such as the T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin). Many people have combination skin, which may benefit from slightly different types of skin care in different areas. Combination skin can produce: Overly dilated pores

My Freshly Washed/Toned/Mosturized Face ( No-Makeup- No Filter)

Coconut Deep Conditioner (for Protein Sensitive Hair)

Coconut Deep Conditioner

Ever try using a protein rich conditioner, but instead of your hair feeling stronger and moisturized, it feels brittle, a bit dry,  or easily breaks. Most likely your hair is a protein sensitive.

This Coconut Deep Conditioner is great for protein sensitive hair. It can also used for Bananas and Coconut Milk have low amounts of protein and they are great for adding moisture and shine.

Now some naturals that are protein sensitive enjoy using this treatment, but everyone’s hair is different. I would suggest testing a small patch on your hair to see how this  conditioner works in your hair.

I’ve used this coconut deep conditioner in my hair several times and my hair is left moisturized and  shiny.


1 Banana

1/2 can Coconut Milk

1 cup Aloe Vera Juice

2 Tbsp  Olive Oil

1 Tbsp Argan Oil (Optional)


Mix all the ingredients in a microwave safe dish. Heat to just warm. On wet hair apply the mixture covering all your strands.  Leave on for 30-40 minutes.  Then rinse.

****If your hair is sensitive to coconut milk or oil then replace the coconut milk with goat milk. Goat Milk contains natural Lactic Acid, which also contributes to a stabilized, gentle PH level. The PH levels of goat milk may promote healthy hair,  by enabling the composition of proteins that penetrates the scalp and  soothes the follicle. Long-term application may significantly improve hair softness and moisture. 

Give it a try and in the comment section below give this conditioner a rate and review


What Happens To Bullies When They Grow Up

Jokes on You SUCKA

Bullying is something that just continues to thrive and it’s utterly disturbing to me.

To all those BULLY’S – Treating others with respect is a good thing and the RIGHT thing to do. Just because you have low self esteem issues with life and within yourself, doesn’t give you the right to tease, bully, hurt, ridicule, anyone just because their not pretty, or are fat, or are a nerd, or just different. They are who they are inside and out.

This is What Happens To Bullies When They Grow UP

Shoutout to Karma!!



*** For those that have been bullied STAY STRONG, and know your future will be bright. The best advice I can give to those that are being bullied is NEVER BE AFRAID TO TELL ON A BULLY. Tell your parents, tell a teacher, or tell the authorities. YOU aren’t doing anything wrong by doing so. As a matter of fact, you’re changing the course of how positive your life will become, and you’d be helping all those getting bullied by that individual or individuals****



I’ve been on a very popular social media app called KEEK. It’s an app where you can create video content up to :36 seconds. Celebrities such as Demi Lovato, Keegan Allen, The Kardashians, famous Pop and R&B singer Lionel Richie’s daughters Sophia and Nicole Richie, and even popular YouTubers such as The Janoskians, have been using the app on an almost daily basis.

My followers and subscribers on Keek have been growing. It’s basically a relationship that goes like this…..

I  make funny ass videos and sometimes, not so funny ass videos, they laugh at me, share it with their friends, they laugh at me, and I LOVE them all for it. I recently decided to have a contest on KEEK, to bring a little more exposure to those KEEKERS and other Social Media folks.

The contest is called “TELL ME A FUNNY JOKE” Contest.  The a member of the Keek staff liked my idea and the prizes that I am giving away to two winner and they told me that they would feature the winners on the popular page of their site and app. This would make the winners entry available for everyone on Keek to see bringing them a ton of exposure.

Only 2 days left…..tomorrow is the last day to enter my “TELL ME A FUNNY JOKE” Contest.  CONTEST ENDS at the end of the day Monday MARCH 3rd. So if you want to get involved then , hurry the hell up and get your ass involved.

I won’t go into the long explanation of how to enter and the 3 awesome prizes the winners will get because I made a funny and quick video explaining all that below.

1. Create a Keek Account -http://www.keek.com
2. Upload a video to your account TELLING ME YOUR FUNNY ASS JOKE in 36 seconds or LESS.( It could be a YO MOMMA JOKE, or a WHAT DO YOU CALL….or whatever the hell you want.)
3. In the Description put #RoyalTeeZoneGiveaway
4. Make sure you are both FOLLOWING AND SUBSCRIBED TO ME..

That’s it.

Two Winners Will Get:
A. A SHOUT OUT on my KEEK CHANNEL -http://www.keek.com/royalte…
and my FB Fan Page - http://facebook.com/royalte…
B. A $10 iTunes Gift Card

Here’s the link to the video on KEEK about the CONTEST;
KEEK CONTEST!! - http://www.keek.com/!ulRIdab




Benefits of Using Goat Milk in the Hair



Goat Milk is a great an amazing source of calcium, protein, phosphorous, vitamin B2 and potassium .Compared to cow’s milk, it’s lower in fat. It has a high absorption of minerals like iron and copper and its usefulness in alleviating a number of health issues.

So why is goat milk good for the hair? Goat milk is a great product to help combat dry damaged hair.


So below are the benefits of Goat Milk  in the Hair:

  • Leaves hair soft and Manageable
  • Repairs Damaged Hair
  • Good for dry scalp and helps with dandruff
  • Leaves your scalp healthy and helps in preventing dryness

How I’ve Use Goat Milk For My 4b/4c Hair

You can find goat milk at your supermarket or Whole Foods. If you can’t find it in liquid form you can certainly look for the powdered version as well.

I’ve been adding  Goat milk to my conditioner treatments, my deep conditioner treatments, and I have a small bottle I keep in the refrigerator of 1 part goat milk to 3 parts water. Once, sometimes twice a week, I’ll use my goat milk water mixture as my moisturizer, followed by my leave in conditioner, sealing it with coconut oil.

You can  add this to your  shampoos as well. Goat milk is certainly good for your skin as well so you can add it to  your shea  or cocoa butter preparations for hair and skin too.

Results After Adding Goat Milk To My Regimen:

My hair feels softer than usual. I feel it helps in keeping moisture in my hair longer. I could go a full day of wearing my twist out and by the end of the day, my hair still feels soft and moisturized. That’s not the case of heavy workout at the gym days.

Definitely less breakage and shedding. Feels stronger and looks so much shinier.

I will be keeping Goat Milk in my hair regimen. I’m going to be mixing goat milk into my shea butter that I use on my body and after a month or so I’ll let you know the results I find of using this on my skin.

If you’ve used goat milk before for either hair or skin or both. Please share your experience in the comments below! 

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY: It’s The Thought That Counts


HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! Yes I’m always having fun in my videos but there’s a message here. It’s basically….”It’s The Thought That Counts!” There that should help get all those that HONESTLY forgot about Valentine’s Day and waited til the last minute with nothing to give their significant other. Just saying’….Oh just watch, Share if you smiled, and ENJOY!

Sealing In The Moisture: Oils Curly Girls Must Have

Hey Curlfriends,

We curly girls know how important it is for us to make sure our hair is and stays moisturized. If not, our hair can become dry and prone to breakage.  A HUGE no no! The best sealant you can use to lock in the moisture is a natural oil. I find this to be true at least for my hair type, which is 4b/4c.

Below are a list of Oils that I use in my hair

Olive Oil 

Olive Oil

Olive Oil

First on my list of favourite oils is olive oil. Extra Virgin Olive Oil knows how to WORK the wonders in my hair.

  • Olive oil works great as a hot oil treatment.
  • It’s a really good cheap oil for sealing in moisture.
  • Protects the keratin in hair which increases shine and strength.
  • It penetrates the hair strands by 25% with moisture.

Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil

Avocado oil is a little heavier. Certainly heavier than coconut oil and olive oil. I add this into my homemade “Silky Shea Butter Soufflé” and in my “Super Hydrating Deep Conditioner Recipe” Helps tremendously with moisture retention over the winter months.

Some great benefits as to why I add avocado oil

  • It contains Vitamins A and D, protein, magnesium and amino acids. These are all essential for hair health, strength and growth.
  • It makes for a great deep treatment when mixed with your favourite conditioner.

Jojoba Oil 

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba Oil

I’ve been using this oil in my Silky Shea Butter soufflé recipe. Since jojoba is readily accepted by the scalp and doesn’t mess with the scalps natural balance, I use it to I’ve also started using it if I quickly need to smooth my hair down, if my coconut oil is still hardened because of the cold air temperature. I adore the sweet smell of it. Reasons to love it include:

  • Jojoba oil seals in moisture.
  • It increases hair strength from inside out.
  • It adds amazing shine to the hair.
  • It smooths the cuticles and promotes hair growth.

Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil

I simply love coconut oil,  and works great as a sealant  for my hair. I use it to seal in the moisture, as well as to deep condition. I do prefer Extra Virgin Coconut Oil.

I use it as an after shower moisturizer ( add to a spray bottle with a few drops of ylang ylang essential oil). Works great and doesn’t leave my skin nor my looking and feeling greasy.

More Coconut Oil added benefits….

  • Using coconut oil on the hair and scalp can promote hair growth, reduce breakage and strengthen the hair shaft.
  • It contains saturated fatty acids and Vitamin E which is great for the hair.
  • It adds amazing shine to the hair.
  • It can improve a dry scalp, and hair loss.
  • It’s light and non-greasy, and can actually penetrate the hair shaft.

Castor Oil

Castor Oil

Castor Oil

Being very active, from exercising to outdoor activities, the elements can cause excessive drying to my hair and scalp., I use a mixture of olive oil and castor oil and my oil rinse after I my shampoo and conditioning treatment.

  • Rich in Vitamin E and essential fatty acids.
  • Provides the minerals needed for strong hair growth.
  • Helps in treating split ends.
  • Tons of moisture.
  • Fights the outdoor elements by coating the hair.

These are just a few of the oils that I currently use and that work well with my hair texture and curl pattern. I would say, if you are trying to decide on an oil to include in your regime, consider the following:


Check your nails. Hanging nails will damage hair. Always make sure your nails are smooth and even before hair styling

Things to Think About: 

If you have very  thick or tightly coiled (4b/4c) hair, your strands might benefit more from a heavier oil, such as avocado or castor oil. Or if you have looser curls, Coconut Oil or Sweet Almond Oil might just do the trick.

Cost – Some oils can be quite expensive, yet still give you the same benefits as others. You just have to find the right affordable alternatives.

Remember your hair is your hair. You just have to experiment and figure out what works for you.

The bottom line is to enjoy the process of learning your hair and being natural.

So which oil do you use to seal in moisture, and how is it working for you?