Homemade face masks for radiant skin
Homemade face masks for radiant skin

Get healthy glowing skin with your own face masks

By Aphiwe Fredericks Time of article published Jul 12, 2017

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Whether you’ve got a date or maybe you’ve just looked in the mirror and saw a drab, tired face looking back at you this radiance-boosting mask will help give you a little extra sparkle and help you on your way to your glow-up.

Ingredients: One minced yellow or red pepper,  one egg white, one teaspoon sour cream.

The pepper can boost microcirculation, egg white tightens the skin and sour cream contains lactic acid that can gently exfoliate the dull, dead layers of your skin to reveal a brighter-looking complexion.

Method: Mix all ingredients together and apply the mixture to clean, dry skin, avoiding the eye area. Leave it on for about 15-20 minutes.

Rinse off with warm water and then again with cool water immediately afterwards.

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Rehydrating Mask

Is your skin dehydrated much due to winter.  Winter has a bad habit of causing dry skin and overall mayhem to your skin and hair. This is why it's essential to exfoliate your  skin and use a mask at least once or twice a week. This mask is awesome for 
dry, flaky skin because it moisturizes and nourishes skin living it with a radiant glow. 

Ingredients: Two egg yolks, one teaspoon honey, one teaspoon warm olive oil 

Vitamin-rich egg yolk nourishes the skin, honey softens and cares for your skin, while the deeply moisturizing olive oil can penetrate into your skin and give it a health glow. 

Method: Thoroughly mix all ingredients together. Apply to your face and throat in three layers, waiting for the layer to dry a little before applying the next one. Leave for a further 10 minutes before rinsing off with warm water. Then, rinse a second time with cool water. 

While it’s great to treat yourself, taking care of your skin and body doesn’t have to cost a fortune and it is essential to take care of your skin in winter.  

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