It’s so important to make sure our skin is oil-free and as smooth and rich as we can get it!
Here are 5 all-natural facial cleanser recipes perfect for any day:
HONEY MASK (for smoother skin)
You Will Need:Pure Honey ,Washcloth
Instructions:Apply pure honey to dry skin.Leave on for 15 minutes.Rinse off with warm water.No need for post-facial moisturizer, the honey will leave your skin hydrated and soft as a baby’s bottom.
AVOCADO MASK (for smoother, richer skin)
You Will Need:
Fresh Avocado,Lemon Juice, Washcloth Mixing Bowl
Mash up your avocado into a small bowl.Add a squeeze of lemon juice (as a natural astringent) and mix it together.Slather on skin and soak in the mixture for 15 minutes.Remove with warm water and a washcloth.
PINEAPPLE MASK (for extra exfoliation)You can use the inside of the rind of fresh cut pineapple, or small pieces of the juicy fruit
You Will Need:Fresh pineapple or store-bought pineapple slicesWashclothMoisturizer
Instructions:Apply crushed rind or minced fruit to dry skin, avoiding the eyes.Leave on for 10 minutes.Rinse with warm water.Apply favorite moisturizer
RAW EGG YOLK MASK (great for acne)
You Will Need:3 Large Brown Eggs Mixing Bowl Washcloth
Instructions Whip 3 egg yolk in a small bowl (we prefer to use brown eggs)Apply to towel cleansed face, avoiding the eyes, and allow to dry. Soak in dried yolk for 5-7 minutes then remove with warm water and a washcloth.
CUCUMBER MASK (perfect for reducing redness, inflammation and puffiness)
You Will Need:Fresh cucumber. Food processor
Instructions for Facial:Pulse cucumber in blender and apply to face
Leave on for 5 minutes.Rinse with warm water.
Instructions for the Eyes Only:Cut the cucumber into slices
Place over your eyes while in the bathtub or apply while giving yourself another one of these natural food facials.
Have fun and be sure to try more than one!
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Levar Kemp is the Editor-In-Chief of Snubb3d Magazine. He is a alum of Howard University in Washington D.C. Mr. Kemp is a producer, director and has a passion for the arts. His diverse background in the industry includes but not limited to: BET, VIACOM, VH1, and other well known publications.