DYI Oatmeal mask

Winter is an incredible season for snowdays, bundled attire & evenings next to the fireplace…your skin & hair however-not a fan of this drying time of year. Springtime is going to be here in a blink of an eye…time to   rejuvenate your skin and put your best face forward for blooming flowers and sweet outdoor vitamin D.

This is a very simple 3 ingredient organic facial. It can be done as often as desired (I’ve been doing it 2-3x a week) and will not irritate acne prone or sensitive skin!

ingredients:

  • 1 tbsp organic plain yogurt
  • 1 tbsp ground oatmeal
  • a few drops of organic honey

Directions:

  • Mix the yogurt and oatmeal together in a small bowl. Warm honey and add to the mixture.
  • Apply to clean, dry face, avoiding the eye area.
  • Leave on for 10-15 minutes. The last minute, work fingers in circular motion to aid in oatmeal’s exfoliation.
  • Rinse with warm water.
  • moisturize.

Benefits:

Yogurt is perfect  consistency for a moisturizing mask and is able to add enzymes and oils to the skin! It is rich in zinc, calcium, Vitamins-B1, B2, B-6, B-12, protein and yeast.which help to reduce pore size, improve overall skin texture, and give you that healthy glow.

Oatmeal isnt just a smart breakfast choice, you skin can benefit from it too! It is able to naturally remove surface dirt, absorb oils and clear impurities. Its texture is ideal for gentle exfoliation leaving skin clean and smooth.

Honey is a staple ingredient for many of my DIY masks. Its a great natural adhesive to bind masks together and help to penetrate the skin. Organic honey is our purest ingredient, free from preservatives allowing for ample benefits in anti aging, anti bacterial and benefits of nutrition.

Give this easy, quick mask a try. Your skin will thank you 🙂

xoxo

 

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