Breakouts happen. Is a natural remedy the way to go or will a store-bought product do the trick? Well it depends on the acne type and your skin type.
The usual signs are acne, rashes, dry skin, eczema, psoriasis, sores, bruising, moles. Before you apply a mask, make sure your skin is thoroughly clean and your pores are open. The best ways of doing this is to take a shower or use steam to clean and open pores. Mix all the ingredients and apply the paste over your face — excluding the eyes, mouth, and eyebrows. Rub the paste over the face for minutes in a slow and circular movement. Leave on for minutes. Use a makeup brush or cotton balls to apply the paste and to avoid staining your fingers.
Homemade Face Mask Ingredients
There isn't much a good face mask can't cure. They're just as amazing at taking the stress out of a crappy day in the office as they are at banishing unsightly parched patches, minimising pores and zapping blemishes. But instead of raiding the Selfridges beauty hall for your next mask fix, you might want to look a little closer to home. We have a refreshing face mask tutorial coming at you tomorrow made with TMR Colloidal Silver and activated charcoal. Helps to detox and purify. Stay tuned! Trust us on this one, because humble ingredients like yoghurt boasts exfoliating properties on par with heaps of skincare products, while honey is brilliant at busting spot-causing bacteria and cacao powder a great glow-booster - hello , supermodel skin.
Sudden breakout? Slap a turmeric-and-honey mask on it. Flare up of rosacea and irritation? Get thy face to the yogurt and aloe. Keep reading and watching!