How to Make Natural Beauty Masks
Homemade beauty care recipes like face-packs, facial masks and scrubs based on natural ingredients help advance the skin disorders like blemishes and acne scars. Face masks have been used as part of beauty treatment since ancient times. During face-lifts, the surgeon gives you a younger face, but it is a fairly costly process and one can obtain the similar benefit of a finer textured skin and better skin tone with face masks.
They provide natural oil and moisture to the skin. Make your hair burnish and your skin glow with these all-natural recipes you can whip up with just a few simple, easy-to-find ingredients. The best facial mask is honey. Use warm cloth to open pores, smear on honey, leave on 15 to 30 minutes, rinse off with warm water, and then use cold water to close pores. Use for 3 days in a row and then once a week.
Honey and Milk Face Mask
Blend 2 tablespoons honey with 2 teaspoons milk. Smooth over face and throat. Leave on for 10 minutes. Rinse off with lukewarm water.
Egg yolks Face Mask
Egg yolks are commonly acknowledged as one of nature's best moisturizers. Just apply the raw yolk to your face and neck for 30 minutes and rinse with cool water. Egg yolks are high in vitamin A. The mask is very useful in healing blemishes.
Tomato Pulp Mask
When you make tomato pulp mask squash some tomatoes, drink up the juice and extend the pulp all over your face. It tightens up your skin, and closes the pores. The tomato juice is for refining your skin from inside.
You make banana mask squash 1/4 banana until very creamy and apply on face and leave for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water, and then use cold water to close the pores.
Vinegar renovates the acid balance of skin and also acts as a mild exfoliant. Try adding 1 cup of raw apple cider vinegar to a warm bath to ease the separation of peeling skin.
Choose the right clay for your skin type. Add plain water or floral waters or struggle wetting agents such as fruit purees. Make a thick paste of the clay. Apply the mask to your skin and let it dry for 20 minutes. Rinse fine with warm water and pat dry. Repeat weekly.
Clay masks are extended on the skin surface. They soak up excess oil and dust particles while they dry. They tighten the skin and help to stimulate blood circulation.
A gel mask however is spread on a clean skin and tolerateed to dry. In about 10-20 minutes, you can roll it off like a second skin. These masks are peeled off starting from the chin and lifted upwards. With these masks you lift out dead cells and even facial hairs and blackheads. These are practical for all types of skins from normal to dry as well as combination skins.
Oatmeal is great for soothing sunburn as fine as for exfoliating. Plug an old sock with oatmeal and swish it in your bath water; once it's softened up, you can then scrub your body with it.