I bought the JuiceLady juicer a couple of years back. But my desire to be healthy was quickly quelled by my desire not to do dishes.
Cleaning the thing is a biatch. Fruit and vegetable pulp coat every internal part. It looks like that wood chipper scene from Fargo, except with fruits and vegetables.
Thankfully, my new apartment has a dishwasher. (Not since the 1950s has a woman been so excited to see a kitchen appliance.) Now that I can put my juicer parts in the dishwasher, I can be both healthy and lazy, simultaneously. A long time goal of mine.
For the last few days I’ve been making a 2 carrots, 1 apple, piece of ginger juice every morning for breakfast. I’m sorry, but no store bought juice can compare to the taste of fresh juice- so delicious. It’s like my body can tell the difference, when I ingest something so fresh and healthy. I actually get a burst of energy and feel clean and light, mentally and physically.
So I guess what I’m babbling about is, if you happen to have a dishwasher, you might want to look into getting a juicer. You can probably get a used one off of Craigslist or Ebay cheap, because God knows I can’t be the only person to lazy to use it.
Sharp turn ahead.
So, when I was emptying out the pulp bucket. I saw all that fresh, moist pulp. (Carrots are great for elasticity, apples brighten and ginger improves circulation.) So I decided to scoop my hand in there, ball up some carrot, apple, ginger pulp and wipe it on my face, like a cotton ball. It was amazing. It firmed up my skin like a mini facelift. At first there was a slight orange tinge to my face.
Like I’d received self tanning tips from Lindsay Lohan.
I’m pretty sure no matter what fruits or vegetables you decide to juice, you’ll end up with a pretty amazing fresh facial treatment.
It's a juicer. It's a facial machine. Looking and feeling great, has never been so easy (for people with a dishwasher).