Wednesday, August 8, 2012

DIY Facial

I've been asked to share some Do It Yourself Facials in the past, but I haven't uploaded anything on them. The reason is...I wanted to test out and gather a few that really stand out to me. Made from raw ingredients that are most of the time found in your kitchen, these ingredients will help your skin with specific problem areas. First I will give you some great facts about the things used, then I will give you a recipe and instructions to follow. I hope you see amazing results and learn the benefits from fresh 
facials with beautifying ingredients. ENJOY!

Honey is safe for very sensitive or irritated skin 
Honey eliminates wrinkles and fine lines 
Honey rejuvenates the skin 
Nourish the skin deeply and prevents infections 
Pure honey doesn't irritate the skin or cause allergies 
Honey helps attract and retain moisture and prevents skin dehydration 
Honey leaves skin smooth and supple 
Honey brightens dull skin and prevents skin discolorations 
Honey acts as a real antioxidant and fights free radicals 
Honey treats and prevents pimples, skin discolorations and fights acne 
Honey is beneficial to treating wounds, sores and burs 
Honey restores damaged skin 
Honey leaves skin soft, soothe and younger-looking 
Honey helps renew skin cells 
Honey treats acne, eczema and other skin conditions as it contains amino acids and enzymes 
Honey fights against skin damage and ageing due to its antioxidant properties

Avocados (sometimes also called avacado) are natures finest creations from which you can obtain organic avocado oil for hair rich in vitamin A, D and of course E. They also contain lots of potassium, lecithin which are good at keeping your skin and hair younger, but these are only a few benefits of avocado oil. It also holds beta-carotene which is important for the health of your eyes; it has quality proteins and more than 22% of essential unsaturated acids.


 There are many beneficial nutrients (as well as fiber) in the tough cucumber skin. However, main-stream cucumbers you see in a regular produce isle are frequently covered in insect, animal or petroleum-based wax, which offsets the benefits in my books, especially given that you never know which one it is. (So buy organic!) Cucumber’s flesh is mostly water, but it also contains ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and caffeic acid – these nutrients help soothe skin irritations and reduce swelling. Which is the primary reason cucumber has been a “skin care” product since the beginning of time. Cucumber is a great source of silica, which is an essential component of healthy connective tissue. Cucumber juice (as a source of silica) is great for improving complexion and health of skin, plus it is naturally hydrating.

Honey face mask Recipe

1 egg
2 tbs. powdered milk
1 tbs. honey

mix all ingredients well until creamy. smooth on the face and sit for 15 to 20 minutes. rinse with lukewarm water the cold water.

Avocado Honey Moisturizing Mask Recipe

1/2 of a VERY ripe avocado
1/4 c. honey

Mash avocado in honey with fork until smooth. Apply to clean, dry face, and allow to sit for 10-15 minutes. Rinse well with warm water and pat dry. Excellent for dry skin.

Cucumber Facial Mask Recipe

1 tbs instant nonfat dry milk 
1/2 peeled cucumber 
1 tsp plain yogurt 

Put all ingredients into a blender and mix well until smooth. Apply to your face (avoid your eyes). Leave on for 15-20 minutes, then rinse off.

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