Published on May 8th, 2013 | by Tom0
5 Homemade Facial Masks for All Skin types
Sugar Exfoliant Mask
Sugar is preferred to use as an exfoliant. Exfoliant sloughs away and helps to clear up clogged pores. Dip sugar into warm water until it melts, otherwise they could tear your skin; then apply to the face and gently around the skin. Rinse with warm water or a warm washcloth.
This is from a TV show. Buy a bag of natural clay cat litter; remember to check with ingredients for “sodium betonite clay” or just search “100 percent natural clay”. Mix in a couple tablespoons of the cat litter with water and drops of essential oil, then apply to your face and wait 15 minutes before wash it off. This mask works the same as expensive .
Yogurt and Honey Mask
Mix 1 tablespoon of natural yogurt (not low-fat or non-fat) with 1 tablespoon of running honey, then apply to your face and wait 15 minutes. You may also add a few drops of fresh lime juice if you are . This is super working for sunburnt face.
Separate the egg whites from 2 eggs and place them in a bowl. Mix the whites with 2 tablespoons of yogurt (no flavor), then apply it to your face. This mask is moisturizing and soothing. Rinse face several minutes later, followed by a warm washcloth.
Oatmeal and Yogurt Face Mask
Mix together a tablespoon of live, organic yogurt with 1 tablespoon of oatmeal in a bowl. Warm a few drops of honey by a hot spoon and stir the honey into the mixture. Apply to the face and wait for 10 minutes before you rinse off with warm water.