Traditional homemade face mask

Homemade masks using natural ingredients you can also do. This is a traditional recipe of making a mask, you can practice at home. The trick is easy once too! natural materials used are also easy to find, and you may often encounter.

Actually star has been written about how to make a natural facial mask. There is explained how to make a homemade mask using only traditional bahan2. For those who may have forgotten, Star wrote again, just to remind it:

Try to choose a traditional mask will you wear:

Yam Mask
Suitable for all skin types. Yam has another feature that makes it continues to look for as an ingredient of traditional beauty treatments. Yes, yam also tighten and moisturize the skin. No less with potatoes, root conditioning is able to clean the skin.

The face mask of the Potato
One type of bulb contains potassium, iron, carbohydrates, B vitamins, and vitamins A and C are required for the skin as an antioxidant free radical antidote to slow down premature aging. As a homemade face mask, preferably potatoes for those who have oily skin and acne problems.

Papaya Mask
Papaya is also one of the world’s natural beauty belle of the fruit is rich in benefits. The content of estrogen, vitamin A, and C in it can rejuvenate the skin by lifting dead skin cells and prevent wrinkles. And suitable for all skin and be able to treat acne in women by pressing

After selecting one of the traditional mask above for maximum results mix with rose water that is now available in a lot of packaging. Contain extracts of roses, fragrant mixture of masks will be more and give freshness to the skin. It serves as a toner in the last step facial mask treatment. So, after applying a mask, silence him for 10-15 minutes, and washed with warm water, you can take a cotton swab and pour rose water toner.

Actually very easy not to make a homemade mask using only natural ingredients as above. Hopefully you memabantu traditional recipes can treat the face. But it did not guarantee success!

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