Every girl knows that regular washing, exfoliating and moisturizing are all essential for your complexion but when there’s other skin issues at hand such as acne and excess oil, most of the time they can be only be cured by facials. If you’re experiencing mishaps with your complexion or you just want to get your skin bright, glowy at beautiful this Spring, it’s essential to include facial masks in your beauty regimen.
Whenever I’m lucky enough to go to a spa which is usually for my birthday, I always get the 411 on all the hottest new treatments available. I recently was at the world famous Ojai Valley Spa & Inn for my wedding anniversary when I stumbled upon three fabulous masks on the menu. Surprisingly the ingredients were all organic and super simple. So I thought, why not recreate these at home. Famous celebrities like Madonna and Susan Sarandon have splurged on these facials in Ojai but lets face it, we all can’t go to the spa religiously to take care of our skin.
So today, instead of using up all your savings to buy high-priced facials, why not make your own? Now without further a due, here are my top 3 How2Girl Yogurt Mask Recipes to get your skin fabulous this season.
If you’re looking to sooth and hydrate your skin this mask is for you. Just combine one tablespoon of organic yogurt and one tablespoon of finely ground oatmeal in a bowl. Mix the ingredients well. Dip the spoon into hot water for a few minutes then pour a small amount of honey. After warming the honey in the microwave, add to the mixture and stir well. Apply the facial mask on your face and leave it there for about ten minutes. To remove the mask, rinse your face with warm water then wipe using warm cloth.
If your skin could use some tightening and firming you’ll love putting your eggs to good use with this mask. Mix up two egg whites with 2 tbsp of plain yogurt in a bowl. Making sure to mix well before applying to face. Leave on for 15 minutes and wipe the face with warm cloth.
Do your pores need some tightening? Then you’ll love this mask! Just combing 2 tbsp of yogurt and 2 tbsp of honey and squeeze of lemon into a bowl.