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Some facial masks recipes that you can try at home

The experience of relaxing with a facial mask on the skin is like no other. This is why most women you know will have at least a few different facial masks in their bathroom cabinet. The subtleties of temperature and texture excite the senses. Will the texture be smooth or gooey? Thick and rich like Carrot-Coconut NutraMoist Mask or light and refreshing like the Fresh Petals Mask?
The scents waft over you and can carry you on a sensory journey over glorious earthen clay with the Green Clay Rose Milk Mask, a fresh glint of citrus with the Radiant Orange Mask, or a soothing waft of florals with the Agave Rose Anti-Aging Mask.Enjoy the journey to beautiful skin as the treatment masks in this chapter improve your skin, visibly sucking the excess oil and toxins out of your pores
or boosting your cells with vital nutrients and moisture. Removing the mask reveals fresh skin that’s smoother, plumper, clearer, and more radiant than before. You’ll be glowing from the inside, and your skin will radiate health and vitality.You are so beautiful!


Yerba Flax Face-Food Mask

Packed with nearly 200 beneficial bio-actives straight from the Amazon jungle,yerba mate packs a youthful punch in this superfood mask for radiant skin.Densely nutritious, this mask literally feeds your skin with beneficial moisture,reparative antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. Anti-bacterial honey increases circulation to help carry the nutrients into your skin cells to do their good work. Using this mask once per week promotes radiant vitality for all skin types, especially damaged, overexposed, and maturing.

YIELDS: 1–2 masks
1 tablespoon loose leaf yerba mate
half cup water
1 tablespoon ground flax meal
1 teaspoon honey
half teaspoon flaxseed oil
What you will need: coffee grinder, saucepan, tea strainer, mixing bowl,fork, tight-sealing storage container.
1. To Make: Grind the yerba mate into a coarse powder in your coffee grinder. Boil the water. Place the yerba mate and flax meal in the mixing bowl and add the boiling water. Stir to moisten and let stand 5–10 minutes. Add the honey and flaxseed oil and blend to a uniform consistency. You will have a thick paste.
2. To Store: This mask is best fresh. Store in a closed container in the refrigerator and use within 4 days.
3. To Use: To use, spread a thick layer of the mask onto clean skin. Leave on skin 10–15 minutes and rinse off with warm water. Follow with toner and moisturizer.

Radiant Orange Mask

Oranges are rich in vitamin C, which encourages collagen production and improves the elasticity of your skin. Agave is a naturally antibacterial and humectant. Beneficial in lightening sunspots and acne scars, this invigorating Radiant Orange Mask works to unclog pores and improve circulation for a more radiant skin tone.
YIELDS: 1–2 masks
1 teaspoon almond meal
1 teaspoon dried orange peel powder
1 teaspoon raw agave nectar
One and half teaspoons plain yogurt
What you will need: mixing bowl, spoon, tight-sealing storage container
1. To Make: Place the almond meal and orange peel powder in a bowl. Add the agave
nectar and yogurt and stir well to blend to a uniform consistency.
2. To Store: This mask is best fresh. Store in a closed container in the refrigerator and
use within 5 days.
3. To Use: To use, spread a thick layer of the mask onto clean skin. Leave on skin 10–
15 minutes and rinse off with warm water. Follow with toner and moisturizer.

HELPFUL HINTS-If you can’t find orange peel powder, you can easily make it yourself! Start
by peeling an orange. Cut the peel into smaller chunks and leave on a plate
to air-dry for 24 hours or until completely dry. Grind the dried orange peel
into a powder in a coffee grinder. Store in a tightly sealed container.

Green Clay Rose Milk Mask

Clay masks work wonders on the skin by soaking out excess oils and toxins and unclogging, clarifying, and refining pores for porcelain-soft skin. This recipe is designed so that you can make and store the dry portion ahead of time, mixing up a single-use fresh mask as desired by adding a little rosewater to make a spreadable paste. This mask is beneficial for oily, combination, normal,
sensitive, congested, and acne-prone skin types.

YIELDS: 1 cup dry mask
half cup green clay
half cup kaolin clay
half cup powdered milk (full-fat dairy, soy, or coconut)
Rosewater
What you will need: face mask, small mixing bowl, spoon, 8 ounce jar and lid
1. To Make: Before you begin, find a protective face mask, or tie a bandana to cover
your nose and mouth, to avoid breathing the powders. Place the dry ingredients into
the jar, place the lid on tightly, and shake to blend. Label with contents and date and
store for up to a year. Right before you’re ready to use the mask, mix 2 teaspoons
powdered mixture with rosewater in a small bowl. Add the rosewater a little at a time,
stirring to moisten all of the powder until you reach the desired consistency.
2. To Store: Store the dry ingredients in an airtight container for up to one year. Once
the dry ingredients are blended with the rosewater, store in a closed container in the
refrigerator and use within 4 days.
3. To Use: To use, spread a thick layer of the mask onto clean skin. Leave on skin 10–
25 minutes and rinse off with warm water. Sensitive skin types should rinse off
within 5–10 minutes. Follow with toner and moisturizer.


Clarifying Probiotic Moisture Surge

This oil-based Clarifying Probiotic Moisture Surge cleans your skin with an antiaging probiotic burst of proteins. The jojoba oil, which is easily absorbed by your skin, delivers the potent antioxidants of the green tea and the living probiotic nutrients deep into the dermal layers of your skin. Your clogged pores are purged and your skin is left supple, alive, and positively glowing!
YIELDS: 1 mask
4 probiotic capsules
About 1 teaspoon Green Tea–Infused Oil (see Chapter 7)
1 drop chamomile essential oil
2 drops lavender essential oil
What you will need: small bowl, spoon
1. To Make: Open the probiotic capsules and empty them into bowl, discarding the empty capsules. Add the Green Tea–Infused Jojoba Oil a little at a time, stirring to moisten all of the powder until you reach the desired consistency. Stir gently to blend, being careful not to breathe the powder. Add essential oils and stir until blended.
2. To Store: This mask should not be stored. Use immediately.
3. To Use: To use, apply generously to clean skin. Gently massage the oil into your skin using gentle upward strokes. You are essentially feeding your face with phytonutrients, so take the few extra minutes to massage the nutrients into your skin and relax those wrinkles. Use a feather-light touch and the facial massage will help relax your wrinkles. Be mindful not to stretch or pull at you facial skin, however.Leave on skin 10–25 minutes and rinse off with a steamy washcloth. Follow with
toner and moisturizer.

Carrot-Coconut NutraMoist Mask

Topically applied, carrots are known to stimulate cellular renewal, fortifying and repairing tissues, while they work to disarm free radicals, preventing premature aging. Packed with phytonutrients and beneficial moisture, this rejuvenating facial mask works to balance oil production and clarify pores for all skin types, especially dry, oily, and sensitive skin types.
YIELDS: 2–3 masks
1 small carrot
2 teaspoons coconut oil
half teaspoon coconut flour
1 teaspoon lemon juice, optional
What you will need: mixing bowl, fork, saucepan with lid and steamer,small tight-sealing storage container
1. To Make: Cut the carrot into chunks and place in a vegetable steamer. Steam on medium heat until soft enough to mash with a fork. Remove from heat. Place the carrots in your mixing bowl. Add the coconut oil and begin mashing them together.The coconut oil will melt with the heat of the carrot. Once well blended, add the coconut flour and blend to a uniform consistency. Add lemon juice if desired and stir well.
2. To Store: This mask is best fresh. Store in a closed container in the refrigerator and use within 4 days.
3. To Use: To use, spread a thick layer of the mask onto clean skin. Leave on skin 10 minutes and rinse off with warm water. Follow with toner and moisturizer. Use caution as carrot pulp may stain light-colored fabrics.
SKINCARE SECRETS
Lemon juice adds additional astringent and lightening properties to this nourishing mask. Add the lemon juice if you have oily or combination skin.


Chia Coconut Superfood Mask

Amazing chia seeds are packed with vital nutrients, omega-3s, proteins, and antioxidants. In addition, the coconut found in this recipe is high in antioxidants and is hydrating and soothing for the skin. If you can, use fresh coconut water in this recipe and your skin will benefit from the naturally occurring electrolytes in this tropical elixir. This powerfully rejuvenating mask is also quite gentle and will benefit even the most sensitive of skin types.
YIELDS: 1–2 masks
half teaspoon chia seeds
One and half teaspoons coconut water
half teaspoon coconut milk
What you will need: mixing bowl, fork, tight-sealing container
1. To Make: Place the chia seeds, coconut water, and coconut milk in the mixing bowl and stir. Soak the chia seeds for 5–10 minutes until all of the liquid has been absorbed and a gel has formed.
2. To Store: This mask is best fresh. Store in a closed container in the refrigerator and use within 4 days.
3. To Use: To use, spread a thick layer onto clean skin. Leave on skin 15–25 minutes and rinse off with warm water. Follow with toner and moisturizer.







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