There is no content to display.
OK, so I’m kind of trying out what seems like a salad bowl on my face at the moment. It’s fun researching this stuff and really finding out what works and what doesn’t! Most of these natural remedies are cheap and easy to whip up. If you can stand the smell of papaya- this mask is a goodie- my papaya and honey face mask!
You’ll need a small slice of papaya (about 3 tbsp worth) and 1 tbsp of raw organic honey. Blitz the papaya first to a smooth consistency (it’s only a few pulses) then mix the honey in. I had leftover papaya so I simply froze the reminder to use again later.
You end up with a sloppy consistency, so I’d recommend being prepared for a little mess. I managed to apply my mask fully clothed and didn’t have any accidents- Go me!
I simply rinsed my face with warm water first, to open pores, then applied mask just with fingers to my whole face and neck. Leave on for 20 minutes and then simply wash off with water. You can also give you face and little massage right before you take your mask off to really allow the mask to get into the
The skin benefits may include: hydration, light exfoliation, brightening, anti ageing and will keep blemishes at bay. Along with the avocado mask I think we are collected some homemade gems! I was mainly hoping to reduce my sun damage/pigmentation (especially on my forehead). I’ve tried this mask a few times and it definitely brightens up my skin however hasn’t really done much to remove the pigmentation as yet. You can feel those fruit acids going to work. This would be best to use on a fortnightly basis (but by all means go with how your skin responds).
*Remember patch test your face first and use face cloths that you are prepared to get a little messy and/or stained.