Home Made Facial Mask

Now's cosmetic counters are flooded with innumerable facial masks; masks that cleanse, masks that nourish, masks for the youthful, masks for the old, masks for dry skin, masks for oily skin, masks for regular Skin Care and so on and on and on.

So, with a great number of accessible masks why am I here to indicate that you make your own cosmetic facial mask? That is simple. The reason I propose that you make your own cosmetic facial mask is due to the fact that it's simple, it'll remain fresh without additives or preservatives and it's considerably more efficient.

One other reason is that it is likely your kitchen has already been stocked with the ingredients and tools that you need for the process, so you will see no need to go out shopping. And yet another problem that's consistently a decisive factor for me and it may be for you as well; you always understand just what's gone into the mask you make yourself, whose hands have touched it and if it was prepared under the exact same hygienic states that you personally approve of.

Having said all that I did so far, it's my turn to ask you a question. Why not treat yourself to a home made facial mask? It is a facial indulgence you'll love and it's going to leave your face moisturized, exfoliated and radiant with health. Check it out once and you'll, no doubt, be hooked for life.

In fact, sometime it can get quiet messy, so if you change your mind, you can always feel free to purchase a less than US$1 mask at skin18.com.

Honey and Avocado Face Mask.  

Let's take a look at my favourite home made facial masks:

Function: it can exfoliate, cleanse and moisturize it with the subsequent nourishing products, which is suitable for dry skin,

  • 60 grams of mature avocado flesh
  • 25 grams of fresh orange juice
  • 5 grams of pure acacia honey
  • 5 grams of molasses
  • 5 drops of chamomile essential oil

Steps to make your own mask:

  1. Join all the ingredients by hand or a blender.
  2. Add more orange juice if the mixture is too heavy.
  3. Use your fingers to apply to your face and neck.
  4. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes
  5. Rinse off with warm water.

One of the disadvantages of making your own mask (DIY) is how it is very easy to fall off while you put it on as it might not be thick enough, a good suggestion is try it this time and adjust the ingredients next time.

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