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Trying Out Facial Masks For My Best Skin

Author: Natural-Beauty
August 15, 2017

I have heard a lot about facial masks from some of my friends and I have decided to try them out for myself. Even my boyfriend uses lots of skin care products to keep his skin young and healthy. I have some blemishes that come up every once in a while and I also have some redness and some dryness from time to time.

Having healthy skin really does a lot for my confidence and it is important that I can feel really good about my skin on a daily basis. I am excited to try out a nice facial mask that will help me to have my best-looking skin. The one that I have been looking is a great solution for dull skin, an uneven skin tone, and fine lines as well.

Finding some awesome facial masks will be really nice to ensure that I can have the full confidence that I want to have on a daily basis. I am looking forward to how my skin will feel and look after I get done using a quality mask. The mask will surely make my skin brighter and healthier and I am looking forward to using it. It will be nice to have some amazing results from the mask.


Facial Masks and Creams Are Really Relaxing

Author: Natural-Beauty
June 15, 2016

1 facial masksWhen it comes to my health and beauty, I put it as a priority I my book. I like looking young and taking care of myself at the same time. I mean, who wouldn’t? That’s why I use beneficial facial creams and masks that make my skin soft and youthful. They are all natural and make me feel absolutely fantastic once I use them. It’s really relaxing.

I really like using facial masks in particular. The one I have has a special blend of natural ingredients, like shea butter, grape seed oil, and vitamin E. It really helps moisturize my skin and keep it soft in the long run. Whenever I use this stuff, I always feel great afterward. I can practically feel my skin getting healthier with all the nutrients I introduce while using it.

So whenever I get the time, I like using facial masks and creams to keep my skin healthy and shining bright. I think they really help me. I like that I can continue to take care of my skin and look youthful, even when I’ve left my actual youth behind years ago! It’s a great feeling when I look in the mirror and am content with what I see.


Natural Skin Care Recipes II

Author: Dr. Larita
April 28, 2016

We are continuing our blog on natural skin care recipes using the basic mask formula containing 2 ounces of green clay and 3 teaspoons of corn flour. The basic mask formula should be combined and set aside to be used with the formulas below. You can also use 1 tablespoon of the basic mask formula with enough of one of the liquid ingredients below to form a paste and add your essential oils to that.

Today’s formulas are for problem skin. Remember to blend the ingredients together and form a smooth paste. Leave the mask on the skin for fifteen minutes then rinse it off and apply a facial treatment oil like aloe vera or jojoba oil. After applying the oil, dab your face with a tissue.

Revitalizing Mask for Dehydrated Skin

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 teaspoon Brewer’s yeast
  • 1 teaspoon jojoba oil
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 drop chamomile
  • 2 drops carrot oil

Combine and use 1 drop

Acne

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 teaspoon waterCombine and use 1 drop
  • 1 drop chamomile
  • 1 drop lavender
  • 1 drop juniper
  • 1 drop patchouli


Home Made Facials

Author: Dr. Larita
January 11, 2016

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Pampering yourself can be easy and affordable when you use what you already have to create luxurious and beneficial facial masks. Mix up a mask that meets your skin’s needs, and then plan on kicking back and relaxing. You might consider a cup of hot chamomile tea or a hot foot soak to go along with your at-home spa theme.

Dry Skin: Mash one banana and add five tablespoons of ground oats and a tablespoon of honey. Apply to damp skin and leave on for about twenty minutes. Rinse off with warm water, blot dry, and apply a good moisturizer.

Oily Skin: Mix one egg white, half a cucumber and one drop of a mixture of one drop lavender essential oil and one drop rosemary essential oil in a food processor or blender and then refrigerate for about twenty minutes. This mask can be left on for fifteen to twenty minutes. Rinse off with warm water, blot dry, and apply a good moisturizer.

Blemished Skin: Mix chopped tomato, a tablespoon of instant oatmeal and a teaspoon of lemon juice in a blender until mixed. Let mask stay on skin for ten to fifteen minutes. Rinse off with warm water, blot dry, and apply a good moisturizer.

Tired Skin: Mash five ripe strawberries, a few teaspoons of heavy whipping cream and a teaspoon of honey together an apply to face. Leave on for half an hour and rinse off with warm water, blot dry, and apply a good moisturizer.


Relieving Stress From Your Face

Author: Natural-Beauty
October 29, 2015

Stress is the one thing that you can’t hide. When it comes to your face, you can tell right away that you have a lot going on. Your eyes are puffy, you have dark circles under your eyes and your skin looks exhausted. There is no way that you can hide the fact that you have a lot going on in your everyday life.

Nightly facial masks are a great way to rejuvenate your skin. The natural minerals that you can find in facial masks help replenish the youthfulness that stress can take out of your skin. It can be a sense of therapy for your face. There are a lot of different options to choose from. The all balance formula can treat the dark circles under your eyes and give your skin a healthier glow.


Relieve Facial Stress

Author: Dr. Larita
June 10, 2015

Stress is the one thing that you can’t hide. When it comes to your face, you can tell right away that you have a lot going on. Your eyes are puffy, you have dark circles under your eyes and your skin looks exhausted. There is no way that you can hide the fact that you have a lot going on in your everyday life.

Nightly facial masks are a great way to rejuvenate your skin. The natural minerals that you can find in facial masks help replenish the youthfulness that stress can take out of your skin. It can be a sense of therapy for your face. There are a lot of different options to choose from. The all balance formula can treat the dark circles under your eyes and give your skin a healthier glow.


Skin Care Recipes

Author: Dr. Larita
April 8, 2015

mask1Are you tired of purchasing overpriced skin care products with too many ingredients that you can’t pronounce? The face mask that you purchased from the drug store may be convenient but it was probably made in a factory under unknown conditions over a year ago. You can start your own natural skin care regimen with inexpensive products that are natural and excellent for your skin. A homemade mask takes only a few minutes to put together and once you have the basic ingredients ready in a jar or carton, you can have your own instant face mask made specifically for your particular skin requirements. If you are ready to start making your own facial mask, this blog is for you.

This is a recipe for a purifying, toning, soothing and rejuvenating mask. First, let’s just make the basic mask recipe so you can have it on hand. Since we often have areas of dry skin, oily skin and normal skin, you can use this basic mask recipe with several different facial formulas. We will be using green clay which you can purchase at your local drugstore or health food store. The recipe calls for 2 ounces of green clay and 3 teaspoons of corn flour. Mix the clay and corn flour together in a jar and keep it ready for combining into one of several different mask formulas that we will describe later. You can also use 1 tablespoon of this basic formula with enough of the other liquids needed for a particular recipe to form a paste and then add your chosen essential oils when you are ready. For each recipe, you will blend the ingredients together to form a smooth paste and leave it on your skin for fifteen minutes. Rinse it off with warm water and apply a facial treatment oil such as grapeseed or almond oil. Dab the face with a tissue after applying the oil.

Mask Formula for Normal skin

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 teaspoon water
    Combine and use 1 drop
  • 2 drops geranium essential oil
  • 1 drop of rosewood essential oil


Anti-Aging Facial Masks

Author: Dr. Larita
April 7, 2015

facial masksFacial masks have beneficial effects for many skin types because they can nourish, rejuvenate, and stimulate; refine, cleanse, and peel off the outer skin layer; soothe and calm inflammation; clear acne, loosen blackheads; and act as an anti-wrinkle treatment and natural face-lift. For natural skin care, you can use practically any fruit or vegetable in your refrigerator and many other foodstuffs. You can purchase a flower water to blend your dry ingredients but I prefer to use plain spring water as the moisturizer with essential oils added for the properties they bring to the mixture.

Clay masks are wonderful because the clay has absorbed the sun and the plants and minerals of earth over thousands of years giving it rejuvenating and anti-aging benefits for our skin. Clays come in an assortment of colors from all over the world and can be found in health food stores and pharmacies. When we combine  the clay with essential oils they complement each other with a synergistic effect providing natural skin care that is highly beneficial. White kaolin clay is best used on normal to oily skin because it has an astringent effect. It removes impurities from the skin as it cleanses and it improves lymphatic flow, increasing blood circulation the the area. Fuller’s earth is a stimulating clay that is a soft brown in color. It is a cleansing clay plus it removes dead skin cells. It is useful on oily to normal skin only.


Natural Skin Care Recipes II

Author: Dr. Larita
September 11, 2014

We are continuing our blog on natural skin care recipes using the basic mask recipe that contains 2 ounces of green clay and 3 teaspoons of corn flour. We previously discussed how to make the basic mask recipe and gave you a formula for a mask for normal skin. Remember to leave the mask on for 15 minutes, rinse it off and apply a carrier oil like aloe vera or shea oil, then dab your face with a tissue.

Dry skin

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 teaspoon almond or evening primrose oil
  • 2 drops carrot oil
  • 2 teaspoons water
    Combine and use 1 drop
  • 1 drop chamomile
  • 1 drop rose

Oily Skin

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 tablespoon Brewer’s yeast
  • 1 tablespoon water
    Combine and use 1 drop
  • 1 drop rosemary
  • 1 drop lavender


Facial Mask Recipes

Author: Dr. Larita
October 8, 2010

If you read the last blog post and are ready to start your natural skin care regimen by making your own facial mask, this recipe is for a purifying, toning, soothing and rejuvenating mask. The basic mask recipe calls for 2 ounces of green clay and 3 teaspoons of cornflour. Mix the clay and cornflour together in a jar and keep it ready for combining into one of the mask formulas below. Or you can use 1 tablespoon of this basic formula with enough of one of the liquid ingredients below to form a paste and then add your chosen essential oils when you are ready. You will blend the ingredients together to form a smooth paste and leave it on your skin for fifteen minutes. Rinse it off with warm water and apply a facial treatment oil such as grapeseed or almond oil. Dab the face with a tissue after applying the oil.

Mask Formulas:

Normal skin

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 teaspoon water
    Combine and use 1 drop
  • 2 drops geranium essential oil
  • 1 drop of rosewood essential oil

Dry skin

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 teaspoon almond or evening primrose oil
  • 2 drops carrot oil
  • 2 teaspoons water
    Combine and use 1 drop
  • 1 drop chamomile
  • 1 drop rose

Oily Skin

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 tablespoon Brewer’s yeast
  • 1 tablespoon water
    Combine and use 1 drop
  • 1 drop rosemary
  • 1 drop lavender

Revitalizing Mask for Dehydrated Skin

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 teaspoon Brewer’s yeast
  • 1 teaspoon jojoba oil
  • 1 tablespoon water
    Combine and use 1 drop
  • 1 drop chamomile
  • 2 drops carrot

Acne

  • 1 tablespoon basic mask
  • 1 teaspoon water
    Combine and use 1 drop
  • 1 drop chamomile
  • 1 drop lavender
  • 1 drop juniper
  • 1 drop patchouli


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