Facial masks are a refreshing treat that will help you to clean your pores, condition your skin, and feed your skin. They can also be very beneficial in reducing any buildup of sluggish cells deep within your skin. Masks make the skin softer, healthier, smoother, and taut. Most masks are also very effective in healing blemishes. They are easy to make at home with typical kitchen ingredients.
Skin is vital, but people very often do not take care of it. Your skin’s texture can appear more refined and your complexion much brighter with weekly facial treatments. Based on your skin type, here are some easy masks to try:
1 egg yolk
1 teaspoon honey
1 tsp olive oil
1 tbs Plain Milk of Magnesia
Leave on until it dries and, rinse it off with lukewarm water.
For any skin type:
enough water to make a paste.
Most masks should be left on for no more than 15-20 minutes or until completely dry. Be sure to remember to apply to your neck since they also can benefit from this treatment. If you have a leftover mask after your facial, it will keep in the refrigerator for up to a week.
After your facial mask, don’t be surprised if your skin feels fresh and very soft. They gently refresh and exfoliate the skin, remove impurities, and reduce redness and swelling. If your skin is sensitive it may be best to test on a small patch of skin first to assess your skin’s reaction. You may want to wait 24 hours to see if there is a reaction.
As you can see, facial masks do not have to be complicated and made with hard-to-find ingredients. Many people also enjoy making their own facial masks from common fruits like bananas, avocados, papaya, and even pineapple. When you decide to make your own facial masks, you are certain to benefit from soft dewy skin as well as see the effects of it later down the road.