Let's revive our skin with a mask that is good for all skin types. This recipe was designed for my little sister who like most teenagers don't stick to their skin care regimen. This mask has help control most skin problems that teenagers are faced with. So, if it worked for her not using it on a regular basis, it's a guarantee for us who have a system. Three simple ingredients: French green clay, jojoba oil and rose water.
French green clay is a great option to use for this time of the year. It is absorbent and assists in drawing out impurities and toxins from the skin. It has great toning and firming capabilities. Green Clay stimulates circulation, tightens pores, exfoliates dead skin and helps with a smooth complexion.
Jojoba Oil is a great choice because it is the only oil that mimics our skins functions. It is non comedogenic and anti-inflammatory. It relieves dry, itchy, flaky skin and is great with ailments such as eczema and psoriasis. It is also beneficial for acne.
Rose water helps to balance the pH levels in your skin. It also removes excess oil in your skin that can be a cause of acne. It is potent in vitamin C and helps tone the skin. With all of these great things why not to try it. If you have not checked out our rose water recipe, please feel free to do so. You can make rose water in your own home and its very simple.
Ingredients: 1oz French Green Clay, 1oz Jojoba Oil, 1oz Rose Water, Mixing Bowl, Whisk, Airtight Container with Lid
Directions: Add clay and oil into bowl and mix. Add rose water and continue mixing until smooth. Mask will appear smooth ang creamy. Transfer into jar and allow it to sit for 5 minutes.
To use: Apply mask to clean skin. Leave on for 5 minutes or until it dries. This mask will not harden completely. Rines and follow skin care regimen. (Skin will feel smooth, and you will feel the oil on your skin. Allow one minute for the oil to absorb in your skin before applying your next product.)
Tips: For a more soothing effect and longer shelf-life place mask in the refrigerator. Store in a cool dry area.
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