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Make Your Skin Clear With These Organic Face Mask Recipes

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 1 0

Whether you have dry or greasy skin, these organic face mask recipes can help

Here are a few organic facemask recipes to make your own personal face masks.  You can make and apply these facemasks in the comfort of your home. This is the best solution for women and men who want to save money or just want to enjoy doing things for themselves.

Organic Face Masks for Dry Skin
Organic Face Masks for Dry Skin

Whisk 3 egg yolks and 3 spoons of olive oil. While stirring gently, add one glass of organic sour cream and 2 spoons of organic honey.  Put it on your face in a think and even layer. Then sink into the tub filled with warm water which will increase the effects. After 20 minutes, start massaging your face with an anti-cellulite glove until you remove the facemask completely.

Organic Face Masks With Apple

Mix mashed baked apples with one spoon of sour cream, one teaspoon of honey and one yolk stiring well. Cleanse your face, then massage it with apple concoction and let it dry. After you apply the mask, it is advised to cover the treated parts with aluminium foil, to keep it warm. Keep it on for half an hour and then rinse yourself with lukewarm water. Aftewards, apply hydrating crème to your skin.

Organic Face Mask for Greasy Skin
Organic Face Mask for Greasy Skin

Whisk one organic egg white with one teaspoon of lemon juice. Leave it on for about one hour. Make a juice out of half of one kiwi and rub your face and neck skin with it. When it dries, slowly start putting the mask on your skin and leave it for 20 minutes to dry. Then rinse with warm water first and then with cold water. This mask tightens the skin and cleans pores.

An Alternate Face Mask Recipe for Greasy Skin

Mix one teaspoon of honey and 2 teaspoons of lemon juice. Then gently start applying the mask to your face and neck with your fingertips. Mix half of a kiwi in the same container with honey and lemon juice. Now, in a separate container, mix fresh and ground basil or chamomile and pour boiling water onto it. When the water starts cooling, add kiwi and a spoon of corn starch to get the right density. Put that mixture over the existing mask on your face and leave it for half an hour. Finally, rinse and apply hydrating crème.

The real test comes when you look at yourself in the mirror. With any of these face mask treatments, you will feel fresh and look years younger!

How To Make Your Own All-Natural Face Masks

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