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Your Guide to Face Mask Recipes for 5 Common Skin Problems

Are your store-bought beauty lotions and creams not effective? It can be annoying when you put in hard-earned money to purchase them and yet you never see the results you want.

In this article, you’ll learn how to use common and basic ingredients found in your kitchen to make your own simple facial masks and scrubs! Making your own beauty products can also help to keep harmful synthetics and chemicals off your skin. The natural recipes will be aimed at the top five most typical skin issues.
1. Dry skin
Consistent sun exposure and tanning will result in dry skin. Aside from minimizing sun exposure, try using a mask that will boost your skin’s moisture content levels. You will see an almost immediate difference after using it.
Try this mayonnaise and baby oil recipe that promises to hydrate your skin. Combine 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise with 1 teaspoon of baby oil. Smooth the mixture onto your face, jaw line and neck. Leave it on for 20 minutes and rinse off with tepid water after.
2. Uneven skin tone
If you want your sun spots to be greatly reduced and have supple skin, this lemon and egg white mask will help you achieve it. Beat the egg white and 2 to 3 ml of lemon juice for 3 minutes. Apply it directly on your face, avoiding the eye area. Rinse off after 30 minutes.
3. Oily skin
If you have oily skin, a twice weekly face mask can help clear your pores and take out excess sebum and skin impurities, preventing future breakouts.
Here’s a simple carrot and buttermilk recipe that can help neutralize your skin. You need 2 tablespoons of fresh carrot juice and 2 tablespoons of powdered buttermilk. Mix them until a paste consistency is achieved and spread evenly on your face. Remove by rinsing off with warm water after 15 minutes.
4. Dead skin cells
This face mask will have you manually remove your face’s dead skin cells build-up using 4 pineapple chunks and 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. The olive oil is rich in vitamin E which will renew your skin’s youthful glow. Blend the ingredients into a smooth paste and leave it on your face for 15 minutes.
5. Face blemishes
Blemishes on the face are becoming increasingly common in recent years amongst people, especially ladies. Hormonal changes, stress and excessive sun exposure can cause and develop blemishes.
This papaya and honey face mask recipe promises to reduce those blemishes and spots. Simply blend 2 tablespoons of honey and half a cup of mashed ripe papaya into a paste. Leave the mixture on your skin for up to 20 minutes before rinsing off.
As with any natural skin treatment and mask, don’t expect instantaneous results. Be sure that you incorporate these recipes you’ve learned into your routine and apply them regularly to achieve the healthy, glowing skin you want.
Emma Arrington is a natural skincare enthusiast.You can check out her new website at Natural Facial Recipes [http://www.naturalfacialrecipes.org] where she offers tips and secrets for natural radiant beauty and skin care recipes, including Recipes for Face Mask [http://www.naturalfacialrecipes.org/recipe_for_face_mask.html] and more.

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