Do It Yourself At Home Facial Masks Using Ingredients in Your Kitchen

It is fairly easy to make facial masks at home.These masks are uses to rejuvenate the skin,make it more supple,tighten and clean the pores from impurities and reduce wrinkles or acne.
There are face masks for all skin types.

If you need a mask in order to tighten your pores you can make one by making a mixture of lemon juice which firms and tones the skin and honey which acts like an anti-inflammatory on the skin The juice will help to take off dead cells and shrink your pores.One you have prepared the mix you should spread it on your skin using your fingers and leave it on for at least 10 minutes then rinse it off with warm water.This type of mask can be used at least three times a week. 

2-If your skin is dry and you need a hydrating mask to moisturize your face.Such mask is prepared using olive oil and raw oats.Mix them and spread the mixture on your face.leave it on for 15 minutes afterwards remove the mask with a wet wash cloth be careful not to overly rub your skin.Try this type of mask twice a week.

Smoothing the surface of the mask can be made, to remove your dead skin cells and refresh your skin is smooth and supple. These types of glasses, acne prone skin and is especially good. Make sure the ingredients are natural and non-abrasive and even dead skin cells, for example, sugar and baking soda can be used in
order to be removed. 

Combination of sugar and baking soda to remove dead skin cells will help, but it does not scrape the surface of your skin is very delicate. 

Combine sugar, baking soda and add a little water, make a paste. Massage in circular motions with your hands face location. Wait about two minutes and washed in lukewarm water.

4-Eco-friendly masks and will moisturize your skin, avocado, honey and sugar or bananas, oatmeal and honey, or oatmeal, olive oil, strawberries and honey together, mashing the ingredients  can also be tightened.Suppose, to sleep on your face, 10, 15 minutes and then washed in lukewarm water.

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