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Quick and Easy DIY Face Masks for Brides Skin Therapy

Quick and Easy DIY Face Masks for Brides Skin Therapy

DIY is in vogue—let’s face it, no one actually intends to put on toxic products on their face! Unless you carefully inspect every single ingredient noted on every one of your skin-care products, from face creams to cleansers as well as also under-eye lotions, you’re probably putting a whole lot of chemicals to your skin (which is after that soaked up right into your body). Yet fortunately is, a few of the most effective, most hydrating skin products are hiding in your fridge and pantry.

Winter weddings are excellent due to the lovely weather, yet it needs a great deal of pampering for the skin. As a result of the extreme cold, our skin can get extra dry and itchy. Brides need added treatment  to prevent dry skin. Here are some fast and very easy face mask formulas that will aid recover completely dry and split skin due to cold weather and  keep skin healthy, balanced, supple and well moisturised.

Banana + Honey + Baking-Soda
Ingredients:
• ½ ripe banana
• 1 teaspoon raw honey
• 1 teaspoon baking-soda

Direction: Blend or mix ingredients together, apply to face and leave for 5-10 minutes and then rinse off!

Why it works: You just can’t go wrong with nature’s perfect beauty food, banana. This fruit will nourish and revitalize dry skin as well as smoothen rough and aging skin. If you have acne-prone oily skin, you can use it topically for oil control and to reduce further breakouts. Honey is also an anti-inflammatory with antibacterial properties, so it’s great for preventing acne. For acne breakouts, baking soda can help soothe inflammation and mild pain. It can be used as an exfoliant or added to current acne treatments to boost effects. However, it’s not recommended for everyday use.

Avocado + Aloe Vera + Olive Oil
Ingredients:
• ½ ripe Avocado
• 1 teaspoon Aloe Vera
• 1 teaspoon Olive Oil

Direction: Blend or mix ingredients together, apply to face and leave for 5-10 minutes and then rinse off!

Why it works: Avocado moisturises your skin from the inside out. Applying it topically, in the form of a mask, only speeds up that process. Plus, it’s loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, a key anti-inflammatory and the less inflammation in our body, the better we feel and look on the outside. Aloe Vera is known for its skin healing properties. Using aloe vera on the face can help moisturise skin. Regularly applying a small amount of aloe vera to the face can help treat various skin conditions, including acne, eczema, and sunburn. Olive oil helps decrease acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturise and hydrate your skin.

Banana + Olive Oil + Yoghurt
Ingredients:
• ½ ripe Banana
• ¼ cup Yogurt
• 1 teaspoon Olive Oil

Direction: Blend or mix ingredients together, apply to face and leave for 5-10 minutes and then rinse off!

Why it works: Bananas anti-inflammatory properties reduce the appearance and redness of acne and helps treating acne blemishes. Olive oil can be used as a serum to help moisturize your face and prevent premature aging. It also helps decrease acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne though, olive oil cannot and should not replace sunscreen. Yogurt can destroy the bacteria that cause acne and pimples. It also contain lactic acid which has bleaching properties, so it helps to remove dark and dead skin cells and also expose a layer of fresh, new cells.

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