Simple Face Masks for Different Skin Problems
Face masks can be an easy way to treat your skin, to give yourself a mini facial in a matter of minutes! Whether you’ve got a special occasion coming up or you just want your skin to look its very best for every day, a face mask can help you to achieve happy, healthy skin!
- A face mask can be very relaxing so you can both pamper your skin and de-stress.
- A face mask is simple to use - just apply, wait and wash off.
Here are some suggestions to try...
To brighten the skin
Mix 2 tablespoons of coconut milk with 1 tablespoon of tomato juice and apply to the face.
For oily skin
Mix 1 teaspoon turmeric with 2 tablespoons aloe gel and apply.
To clear those blackheads
Mix 1 teaspoon of lemon juice with 1 tablespoon of egg white and apply.
You can find out more about blackheads and how you can prevent them and/or treat them here.
To combat acne
Mix 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon with 2 tablespoons of honey and apply.
And there is much more you can do when you have outbreaks of acne especially as such problems can lead to scarring too.
For glowing skin
Mix 2 tablespoons yoghurt with 2 teaspoons lemon juice and apply.
And then there is our own H-Glow Formula for naturally smoothing and reducing any fine lines around the lips, on the neck, around eyes and more by sealing in moisture and promoting supple glowing skin.
For youthful skin
Mix 2 tablespoons coffee with 2 tablespoons honey and apply.
And of course daily moisturizing is the secret to keeping the skin as youthful as possible. Our Simply Face Oil is a one of a kind all purpose moisturizing oil which leaves no sticky residue. Your skin will drink in the formula as it promotes clear, glowing skin.
As an anti-aging tool
Mix 2 tablespoons aloe gel with 1 tablespoon egg white apply.
If you have the appearance of age spots, we have the solution for that too.
H-Age Spots Formula is natural, safe and gentle being specially formulated to allow for deep penetration while working to diminish the appearance of age spots by evening out skin tone and working to fade those dark spots.
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