3 Amazing Recipes for Face Masks

3 Amazing Recipes for Face Masks

Chances are good that you have the basic ingredients in your refrigerator to make you’re own face masks? Just a few simple components that are common to most households, and your on your way to mixing up some remarkable face mask recipes to clean, exfoliate, and soften your face.

These all natural do-it-yourself recipes for face mask are surprisingly powerful, yet simple to make from simple and natural ingredients that don’t contain the harsh chemicals of commercial products.

Try these natural ingredients for amazing face mask to revitalize your skin and restore that youthful look and glow to your face.

Eggs

Eggs make a great face mask base because of their consistency. They aren’t just for meringue, they’re great for cleaning, exfoliating, and helping to lighten your face.

Here’s a surefire simple mask recipe that contain egg whites. Before you go to bed tonight, try combining 2 egg whites, and 2 tablespoons of plain yogurt in a small bowl then apply the mixture to your face for two or three minutes. This will moisturize and sooth your face after rinsing well with warm water.

Yogurt

If you read or watch TV I am sure you know all about eating yogurt for digestion problems. Yogurt builds your teeth and bones, helps your digestion, but it is also a great ingredient to use in your face mask.

Dairy products contain lactic acid which helps to smooth rough skin, moisturize dry skin, and prevent premature aging of your face. Yogurt also contains zinc, which heals those acne blemishes while removing the toxins that can trigger even more acne outbreaks. n95 mask

Just zest, or grate, the rind of an entire grapefruit, and mix it with 3/4 cups of your favorite plain yogurt. When you’ve applied this to your face, leave it on for at least 10 minutes before rinsing.

Oatmeal

Have you been eating your oatmeal for breakfast? We all know it’s good for breakfast, but what about your skin?

Oatmeal is great for deep cleansing into the pores of your skin, and exfoliating as it scrubs. It will absorb and remove dirt and toxins, leaving your skin soft and hydrated.

You can use oatmeal for a variety of skin conditions, such as oily or dry skin, acne, razor burns and sunburn. Try putting a cup of raw oatmeal in your bath water, to relax, and deep cleanse your skin, while leaving it incredibly soft. If you’ve never tried oatmeal in your bath, you will be pleasantly surprised.

But that’s not all, a great recipe for a cleansing and softening face mask consist of oatmeal and cream cheese. Grind enough oatmeal in a food processor, or coffee grinder, to give you about a tablespoon of finely ground oatmeal. Just combine 1/2 teaspoon of fresh squeezed lemon juice, 4 tablespoons of cream cheese, and 1 tablespoon of oatmeal, being mindful not to eat this concoction

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