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Editorials. Duckie Thot. Yaya Deng. Akual-chels Ring. Deel Ojulu. Laud Magazine. Images by Thom Ke
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Sunday, April 24, 2011
HOME MADE BEAUTY MASKS
Go get some fruits and some natural oils and do it yourself!!!!!! no more beauty products to buy....
Firm up your face
Banana mask. Mash up a very ripe banana. Add just enough honey to make a soft pulp. Apply over face and hair. This is such a great firming mask that aging movie stars have been known to put it in the cups of their bras to make their breasts perky.
FOR OILY SKIN TYPE
Lemon/Egg homemade facials Mask
Squeeze half a lemon and mix the juice with one beaten egg white. Apply to face avoiding the area around the eyes. Leave on your face overnight or if during the day, for about 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
OATMEAL homemade Facial (For Oily Skin)
Make a creamy paste of oatmeal and water. Apply to face, let dry completely. Remove by very gently rubbing off with your fingers.
Peach homemade facial Masks (For Dry Skin)
Mash a fresh peach, mix with enough warm olive, peach kernel or almond oil to form a spreadable paste.
APRICOT homemade facial Masks
Mash the fresh fruit for a good facemask.
Variation: Add apricots to a little warm olive oil to form a spreadable paste. Good for dry skin.
NORMAL SKIN TYPE
Lettuce leaves are best home remedies for normal skin. Dip two large lettuce leaves in olive oil and sprinkle on them a few drops of lemon juice. Place them on both sides of your face, and then cover them with a paper towel dipped in mineral water. Wipe your face with a cotton ball soaked in warm milk, then rinse with boiled warm water.
Strawberry and Papaya facials masks: 1/4th cup cooked peach, two strawberries, 1/4th cup mashed papaya, one tsp honey and oatmeal, to form a thin paste. Mask the fruits together and add oatmeal to make a paste. Apply to face and leave on for 10 mins. The fruit acids will remove the dead skin and leave you with a beautiful, hydrated glow. The oatmeal calms the skin.
On my next post i'll give you more recipes for your hair and face, be ready and don't hesitate to give me your feedback.
Have fun in your kitchen!!!!