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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

How To: Raspberry Facial Mask


Facts:
Raspberries are a very rich source of natural vitamin C and organic acids. Raspberries are beneficial for oily skin. Indulge yourself with this awesome raspberry mask ladies! A sheer delight for your skin. The natural acids from fresh, organic raspberries together with the goodness of pure honey and cream refresh and invigorate your skin to give a beautiful, healthy glow. The Raspberry mask will make your skin soft and normalized. A natural face mask made up of  raspberries helps protect against the suns rays. Vitamin C's antioxidant powers help fade age spots and discoloration. It also rounds out the skin to fill in minor wrinkles. Enjoy!!

Ingredients:
2 tablespoons heavy cream
2 tablespoons honey, preferably organic
2 table spoons oat flour
1/2 cup raspberries, preferably organic

OR

1 cup raspberries
1/2 cup yogurt

Mixture & Application:
Except for oat flour, mix all of the ingredients except oat flour and pour it into a bowl. Then add oat flour to thicken the paste and get the desired consistency. Apply to a clean face, avoiding the undereye area immediately after mixing, allow the mask to sit for 30 minutes, and rinse with warm water followed by a splash of cool water.

There are plenty of other types of ways to make the mixture for this sort of kind (raspberries) according to what you are trying to treat, this is just the Ingredient line up I go by because I have oily skin. It is great for  discoloration as well :)


6 comments:

  1. I wonder... is it normal for me to imagine that I would like to eat that mask after use? :)
    Thank you for sharing your fruit tricks!

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  2. this looks delicious even to taste, m sure it would do wonders to skin

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  3. cream? raspberries? Honey? I'd prolly eat this xD

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  4. I have all of these items in my kitchen, I never have what I need for home made mask, not tonight though, woop! ♥

    www.madeupbyhannah.blogspot.com

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  5. Looks yummy! Thanks for sharing (=

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  6. Hi there!
    Lovely blog you have! You have some very inspiring pictures!
    Love from Stockholm..

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