You'll Never Guess Which Kitchen Ingredients Are In This DIY Mask!
Beauties, if you haven't been using a face mask, then now is the time to start. With fall already here (we're so excited to start wearing coats, gloves, and scarves!), your skin needs some extra attention. Masks not only help to draw out impurities, but also exfoliate, hydrate, and leave your skin dewy and fresh. A vital part of your skin-care regimen, masks should typically be used once or twice a week depending on your skin type. Here are our Top 3 picks for fall.
For Beauties with oily skin, this mask is a life saver. It goes on heavy and thick, so you immediately feel like you're getting a deep clean, and leaves skin silky smooth. The clay tightens and moisturizes your skin while simultaneously drawing out impurities such as blackheads and whiteheads.
This foaming mask is packed with miniature oxygen spheres (to deliver more oxygen to your skin at a concentrated rate!) and seems to bubble on your face. Wash it off to reveal super-soft, smooth, glowing skin—like you've gotten a week of good sleep!
Flecks of 24-karat gold in this gel-like mask contain natural ions that work to remove the dead skin from the top layer of your skin and allow ingredients such as collagen, vitamin E, elastin, and pearl extract to nourish and revitalize. The gold also helps to remove blackheads, and when you rub the mask off your face, you can actually see the dead skin cells falling away.
This foaming mask is packed with miniature oxygen spheres (to deliver more oxygen to your skin at a concentrated rate!) and seems to bubble on your face. Wash it off to reveal super-soft, smooth, glowing skin
So you forgot to re-up your supply and you're dying to give yourself a mask before bed tonight? Fear not! Use these kitchen condiments to whip up a DIY wonder.
We've been experimenting with a DIY mask that uses only handful of autumn's most notable spices. Cinnamon, nutmeg, and honey-nope, we're not talking pies, we're talking skin. The mixture of these ingredients not only smells divine, it acts as an anti-inflammatory for sudden breakouts. Honey is a well-loved humectant, while cinnamon helps with eczema, acne, and cell turnover (even featured in Kate Somerville's cult-loved ExfoliKate). Enjoy the recipe below, and please save some for the holiday dishes.