Moisturizing Mask against Acne
This masque is inexpensive for your wallet and is very nice in terms of quality. The face is a part of the hyper sensitive human body, all the products we buy in the store or pharmacy are not all the time adapted to our needs and that even if we are told that without this, without that special skin sensitive, against acne, etc..
What hydrating mask?
For extremely sensitive skin you can’t put anything on it. As normal mask is all green clay used, but for sensitive skin case, on the contrary it is the horror. The clay mask dries the face and is extremely rude.
One day while browsing in my closet I found flour, yes flour that is used to make our cakes. After this is an old recipe grandmother used to moisturize dry skin and pimples and is especially ideal for sensitive skin.
Namely in this mask:
- Flour replaces the clay; it will dry pimples and regulate sebum
- Milk to create a homogenous paste is like water with clay powder
- Oils (olive oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, etc.) provide hydration
So here’s the basic ingredients that fit into the composition of the mask.
To make this mask you need:
- 2 tbsp of flour
- 2 tbsp of olive oil or (1 tbsp of olive oil + 1 tbsp of sweet almond oil)
- 2 or 3 tbsp of milk
In a bowl mix the flour, oil and milk. You must obtain a paste approaching to the clay mask
Before applying the mask clear your pores by placing a warm towel on your face for 5 minutes maximum.
With your own fingers or a soft brush apply the mask on your face and leave on for 15-20 minutes.
To remove the mask as it is flour you moisten your fingers a little and you make small circular motion to remove the dough. You see it all stands alone. Otherwise you can rinse your face with warm water.
When you have removed 90% of the mask, wet your face and take your usual facial cleanser product. You can use a glove but do not force it, is important not to rub the face.
Normally the face is largely hydrated but you can apply a non-greasy cream on your face.
TIP: You can replace the milk with floral water; olive oil can be replaced with sweet almond oil, and jojoba.