Home    Subscribe    Write for Us    FAQ    Contact    HubGarden    Login

Homemade yogurt and honey face mask

by helenonthesofa (follow)
Check out my Weekend Notes articles here: www.weekendnotes.com/profile/160877
Natural Beauty (121)      Skin Care (101)      Homemade Health (84)     
I've long been a fan of making my own homemade yogurt and as I often make a large batch, I've regularly got a bit left over which I can set aside for some quick beauty fixes.

Image courtesy of Stock Images/freedigitalphotos.net


This face pack features three main ingredients: yogurt, honey and banana. Yogurt is jam packed full of vitamins and minerals, which in addition to antibacterial agents, make it a perfect base for face masks that help to keep skin pimple free and fresh looking. For this particular face mask, I add honey to the mixture which is known for its moisturising and softening effects. The final ingredient is banana, which contains vitamin C and B6 for younger looking skin.

If you're seeking a cheap and cheerful face mask which is easy to make and fantastic for your complexion, this is a great choice.

Makes 1 x face mask. This mixture will keep for 2 days in the fridge if you want to make more.

Ingredients



1/2 a very ripe banana (mashed)
1 tablespoon of yogurt
1/2 tablespoon of honey

Method

- Combine all of the ingredients together in a small bowl until well mixed in. I use a fork initially to ensure that the banana is well combined with the yogurt.



- With clean hands, apply a coat of the face pack all over your face.

- Leave for about 15 minutes. The yogurt will dry on your skin in patches, and this is fine.

- Rinse with tepid water and a face cloth, but do not scrub. If you have any yogurt stuck on your skin use warmer water on your face cloth.

Stand back and admire your post face mask glow.

Categories
#Homemade Health
#Natural Beauty
#Skin Care
I like this Article - 3
[ print friendly ]
More Articles by helenonthesofa
As you go through your day, if you're anything like me, you'll notice that things come into your wor...
12 likes
It's really tempting as an adult to opt for fizzy drinks and juices over a glass of water, which let...
18 likes
Having two kids who love yogurt and who gobble it down the moment it is served up, I decided to star...
15 likes
Over the years the festive season has gotten a bit of a bad reputation as the time for over indulgen...
8 likes
Following a weekend of too much sun recently, my face felt in desperate need of some TLC
8 likes
The use of social media is on the rise, with many people checking their Facebook accounts numerous t...
9 likes
view all articles by helenonthesofa
Articles by helenonthesofa on Other Hubs
When they say breast is best, they don't tell you that for some babies, getting them to stay awake l...
709 views
If you're looking for a great first shoe for your little one, it's worth heading over to to check o...
692 views
Between 2001-2008 there were a reported 11 child deaths in Australia due to strangulation on blind o...
128 views
My Google Plus Profile
ID: 11905
[ Submit a Comment ]
Trending Articles
These pear and oat muffins are easy to make and a tasty addition to increase fibre into your diet
5 likes
As a health-conscious individual, you probably care about what goes on, as much as you care about wh...
1 like
The type and quality of food we eat impacts our not just our health but our fatigue levels
5 likes
I love making banana bread and finding ways involve the kids in the kitchen too
5 likes
People all around the world know how beneficial spinach can be
2 likes
Do you struggle with procrastination? If you are like the majority of people, the answer is probabl...
5 likes
Celery is a delicious crunchy vegetable that is unappetising when limp
5 likes
Did you know if you are not exfoliating, your skin is not as healthy as it could be? Exfoliating ...
6 likes
Canít sleep? You are not alone
5 likes
Categories
Nutrition (269)
Vegan (122)
Skin Care (101)
How To (64)
Lists (61)
Hygiene (35)
Yoga (29)
 
Copyright 2012-2018 OatLabs ABN 18113479226. mobile version