“For me, clean beauty means a purity and elegant simplicity in your skincare regime. We LOVE products that have a flexibility of use, with pared-back formulations, that enable nature to do the heavy lifting. Plants are naturally complex, so we like to work with this and not over complicate things. Our skincare process is about nurturing the most important organ in a gentle and effective manner.” - Rohr Remedy Founder Emily Rohr

 Welcome to Day 2 of the­ Rohr Remedy 7-Day Skin Reset regime. This is a collection of recipes, exercises and skin routines to leave you feeling renewed and glowing. You can buy the Skin Reset plan as an eBook if you want it all together complete with shopping list.



At Rohr Remedy, we love to end the day with a good foot soak and scrub! The benefits are amazing: it will soothe your muscles, hydrate the skin, reduce swelling and prevent bacteria getting into the skin.

Here is our very simple foot remedy:

  1. Soak feet for 5 minutes in a bath or bowl of warm water with two squirts of our Honey Myrtle Body Wash and a tablespoon of magnesium flakes (or any pure bath salt).
  2. Using the Rohr Remedy Body Brush, scrub the feet from the heel all the way down to the toes to remove any dry skin or debris.
  3. Dry feet off and apply a generous slather of the Rohr Remedy Desert Lime Body Moisturiser.
  4. Apply cotton socks and let this soak in for 10 minutes.


We all know exercise is good for us, it is a natural mood enhancer, it gives you energy and helps keep you fit and strong. But did you know exercise can also benefit the skin? Exercise boosts circulation and delivery of nutrients to skin cells, helping to detoxify the body. A moderate 20-minute workout will boost oxygen and other nutrients to the skin, helping to increase collagen fiber regeneration.

Here's the Day 2 exercise from fitness trainer Sarah Wallwork:

Warm up

Go for a fast walk around your yard, or up and down some stairs in your house. Focus on relaxing your shoulders and connecting with the breath. Try to breath down into the belly instead of up into the shoulders.


Arm circles forward five times, and backwards five times. One leg at a time, swing each leg forward and back six times.

Come down onto your hands and knees, then – keeping your hands where they are –  sit back into child’s pose (bottom to feet). Then come back to hands and knees again. Repeat eight times and think about the movement and the breath. 


  1. 30s front plank on elbows
  2. 20 bicycles
  3. 15 hip lifts
  4. 10 pushups
  5. 10 squats
  6. 12 curl presses
  7. 20 lunge walking steps
  8. 50 skips – with skipping rope if you have it, or on the spot. Feet together, standing tall, small jumps and squeeze your butt.
  9. 1min run or stairs
  10. 20 star jumps – arms in the air as your feet jump apart, then bring arms down and legs together simultaneously.
  11. Repeat 1-10 once more. For an extra work out, do 5-10 a third time.



Skin is our largest organ and anything we put on it gets absorbed into internal organs, which is why we encourage toxin-free and nutrient-rich skincare. Your skin is your first defence, your immune defence, so it is important to keep it very healthy and at its optimum. The more nutrients you can put on your skin that will regenerate your cells in a responsive way, the better for your immune system. As the saying goes ‘you are what you eat’ as well, so that is why we encourage eating a healthy diet rich in the right foods, as this will have a huge impact on your skin. 


You can make this muesli for a couple of days, so the recipe is the same as Day 1. This Bircher is a skin supporting powerhouse from probiotics in coconut yogurt to antioxidants in the raw berries. The Vitamin E found in almonds helps to renew skin cells, making them stronger by reducing oxidative stress. Vitamin E may also help reduce the appearance of wrinkles.


Kids love hummus and kids love finger foods. Plus, a big batch of this homemade deliciousness will last 4-7 days -longer if frozen – and is a great, healthy emergency snack that hits the spot. Apple cider vinegar has anti-inflammatory properties and can help restore the proper pH levels to your skin. Chickpeas are also pH balancing containing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which can lead to less skin irritation and lower sebum (oil) production.

This hummus is a game changer and will be your constant go to.

  • Perfect for kids’ lunchboxes.
  • Add some dried chilli or harissa to spice it up.
  • The perfect addition to a baked sweet potato or roasted vegetables.



  • 1 can chickpeas, drained
  • 2 TBSP olive oil
  • 1 TBSP apple cider vinegar
  • 5 TBSP tahini
  • Juice of a lemon
  • ½ garlic clove
  • 1 teaspoon ground cumin
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • 1/4th cup water


  1. Place all of the ingredients into a food processor (or nutribullet).
  2. Blend until smooth and creamy, adding a little more water if needed until you reach desired consistency.

Veggies for Hummus


  • 3 celery stalks
  • 1 small red capsicum
  • 2 carrots
  • 1 Lebanese cucumber


  1. Wash vegetables, dry and cut into strips.
  2. Store in airtight container in the fridge, eat veggie sticks with 1 TBSP of hummus for a snack portion.


Using last night’s dinner, you can make leftovers go a bit further by turning the Day 1 CURRIED LENTILS into a quick and delicious salad wrap for lunch.


  • Curried lentil leftovers
  • GF wrap
  • 1 TBSP hummus
  • Handful of lettuce
  • 2-3 strips of red capsicum
  • 2-3 cherry tomato diced in half


  1. Build the wrap with all ingredients
  2. Salt and pepper to taste


These Lettuce Boats are delicious and totally adaptable for fussy kids:

  • For fussy kids, added free range chicken mince and cook with grated carrot and zucchini – then give them the option to add whatever extra vegetables they want.
  • Make extra of the Pea Guacamole – it’s great for lunchboxes.
  • Extra sweet potato also doubles as a good snack or to get you through the 3pm munchies.


  • 5 cups of raw sweet potato cut in small cubes
  • Drizzle olive oil
  • ½ tsp. dried rosemary
  • ½ can of drained chickpeas (200g)
  • Cos Lettuce hearts
  • Small beetroot grated
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • ½ tsp. garlic powder
  • ½ tsp. onion powder
  • Handful of coriander or parsley
  • Pea Guac
  • 1/3 cup frozen peas
  • Juice of a lime
  • 1 small clove of garlic
  • 1/3 avocado
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. Preheat oven to 200°C. Cut up potato (skin on) into small cubes, place on oven trays, drain chickpeas and pour half the can into tray (and other half in an airtight container in the fridge).
  2. Sprinkle with oil, garlic, onion powder, salt and dried rosemary. Bake for 20 - 25 minutes, tossing mid-way.
  3. While waiting, wash, dry, grate and cut up boat ingredients (for cos lettuce cups only wash and cut off ends as these will be used as cups).
  4. To make pea guac add all ingredients into a small food processor or nutribullet cup and blend.
  5. When potatoes are cooked remove from the oven. Assemble cos lettuce using as cups adding beetroot, tomatoes, cooked sweet potato and chickpeas, cherry tomatoes and, pea guac and garnish with fresh herbs.


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