Making your own homemade face mask

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YoYo
Joined over 6 years ago
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Hi, does anyone have some good at home face mask recipes? 

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Me%20and%20box
Joined almost 6 years ago
Number of posts: 6

Hello, what is your skin type? I know some lovely homemade mask recipes but each one is for a certain skin type because of the ingredients. x

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YoYo
Joined over 6 years ago
Number of posts: 4

Hello Layla,

I am a normal to dry skin type. I woud love to know any recipes you have.

Thanks x

Me%20and%20box
Joined almost 6 years ago
Number of posts: 6

Hey,

 

Here are two face masks I love, they're simple and are a real treat for skin.

  • 2 Tablespoons Honey.
  • 2 Tablespoons Milk.
  • Mix until it's smooth enough to spread onto skin.
  • Leave for approx 15 mins.
  • Rinse with warm water.
  • splash of cool water.

 

  • 2 Tablespoons rose water.
  • 1/2 teaspoon rose essential oil.
  • 2 Tablespoons Honey.
  • 3 drops almond oil (extra softness)
  • Mix until smooth and apply to skin.
  • Leave for approx 15 mins.
  • Rinse with warm water.
  • Splash of cool water.

Make sure you apply the mask to a cleansed face, remove any make-up and if you want better effects steam your face or do the mask after a shower so your pores are open letting the mask go deeper into your skin.

Honey is a natural anti-oxidant, soothes skin and moisturizes.

Rose water refreshes your skin and gives it a boost.

Almond Oil is very good for skin too as it gives it a moisture boost.

Let me know how you get on and what you think of the masks! xx

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YoYo
Joined over 6 years ago
Number of posts: 4

Wow - cheers Layla, these masks sound really conditioning. I will let you know when I've tried them out x

Me%20and%20box
Joined almost 6 years ago
Number of posts: 6

No problem! Would love to hear from you xx

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