For those of us who don’t have the time to escape to a spa for relaxation, these home-based face masks are a great result for giving skin a boost. Even better, they are all prepared from completely non-toxic components… in fact; you can eat most of them!
Rudimentary Face Mask
Use some bentonite clay or kaolinite clay and add enough H2O to make a paste. Apply to face in a circular motion until the appearance is covered. Let dry and use a warm, wet washcloth to eradicate.
Good for: All skin kinds
Mash one banana with one tablespoon of honey and mixture until it forms a smooth paste. Apply to face and allow staying on for ten-fifteen minutes. Rinse well.
Best for Dry skin
- For a delightful smelling mask that also gently exfoliates skin, combination this mask that doubles as a bribe for Chai tea. In a small bowl, mix one tablespoon of honey and one/two teaspoon every of cinnamon and nutmeg.
- Rub on face and let sit twenty minutes. Remove with a washcloth and warm H2O. (Note: some people act in response to cinnamon or nutmeg on skin. Test a small amount on your inside arm before using)
- Best for: oily or normal skin
- For dry skin, mash one/two of a ripe avocado with two tablespoons of honey and apply to the expression. Let sit twenty+ minutes and rinse well.
- Best for: All skin kinds, especially dry skin
Cool Cucumber Mask
- This one is especially great for oily or inflamed skin. Blend one/two of a cucumber with one tablespoon of honey and one teaspoon of bentonite or kaolin earth. Add additional clay if required to create a paste. Apply to face and leave on for twenty minutes.
- Remove with a washcloth and warm H2O.
- Best for: All skin kinds, especially cooling for acne prone skin
- After using a facial, a sea salt spray or one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar diluted in one cup of cool H2O work as great toners to lock in the effects.
- I search that these all work well in combination with the Oil Cleansing Way for completely natural skin care.