Must Try DIY Hydrating Masks

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One of my absolute favorite things to do is making things, especially things that can make you feel beautiful and relaxed. Before I decide what type of mask I’m going to make I’ll give my skin a quick, what does my skin need today. I’m going to give you some of my favorite recipes for some masks I make for a few different skin issues. Get ready to mix, relax and glow.

DIY Hydrating Facial: Since summer is coming to an end and my skin is a bit on the dry and a bit flaky side, I try and take care of the issue with my at home facials. So for dry skin I like to make a hydrating facial. This facial is easy to make and it feels so good. I call it the Milky Mask. I start with 1/4 cup of buttermilk and 2 tablespoons of plain Greek yogurt. I add 1 teaspoon of raw honey and 6 drops of rosehips oil. Mix well and with this mask, if you have the time leave it on for a few hours. Gently wash off with a soft wash cloth and warm water. There you have it, glowing, soft, hydrated skin.

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DIY Papaya Glow Facial: The next facial I enjoy making is when my skin is feeling a little dull. I call this one the Papaya Peeler. Papaya has wonderful enzymes which make a gentle and effective exfoliant. My recipe for this DIY facial is 1/2 of a small ripe papaya. One tablespoon of raw honey, one egg white and 6 drops of rosehips oil. I put all the ingredients into a small blender and apply to my face. I leave this facial on until it’s pretty dry, about 30 minutes and then gently wash off with a soft wash cloth. I apply hyaluronic acid moisturizer right after this facial to lock in the moisture.

DIY Cool Cucumber Facial: And finally, this facial is incredibly soothing, it’s a wonderful facial for a hot summer day. I call this facial the Cool Cucumber. I start with 1/2 of a cucumber, peeled and puréed. 1/4 cup Greek yogurt one tablespoon of raw honey. One tablespoon brown sugar. 6 drops of rosehips oil. Mix together well adding brown sugar last.

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Here are the two products I use that aren’t from my kitchen. Radha Rosehips oil and, Natures Truth Hyaluronic Acid Serum.

I hope that you will enjoy making these masks and enjoy the unique benefits each one has to offer. No matter which one you choose, or if you choose all three, I’m sure you will love the results.

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