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   Feb 14

Easy Avocado Face Mask – DIY

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Avocado A lot of people don’t really understand why you would want to put an avocado on your face… especially men!

What they don’t realize is that avocado masks are one of the best things you can do to moisturize your face. Not only is it good for your skin, but it also is cheap, fun, and natural.

An avocado mask is a great way to hydrate your skin and can even provide a fun way to spend an evening with your friends! You can have a “DIY Spa Night” and do it out of the food in your pantry. You can do your own skin treatments, hair treatments, and facials. The recipe is super easy! :D

1 Avocado (peeled and pitted)

1 tsp Honey

1 tsp Olive Oil (for Extra Moisture)

And that’s it! Mix them all together VERY well until there are no more lumps in the avocado mixture. It may be a good idea to use a

 

blender or some other source of electric mixer. It’s almost impossible to get out all the clumps of avocado with just a fork.

You can use a foundation brush or your hands to apply the avocado mixture to your face. If you choose to apply it with yourhands, make sure you wash them first with anti-bacterial soap.
Washing Hands

After it is all been evenly applied to your face, wait 30-60 minutes. If you want a deeper conditioning for your skin, leave it on for 60 minutes. You will feel your skin begin to tighten when it dries. And now you wait :)
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Rinse with COLD WATER afterwards. You may have to scrub gently for a minute or 2 to get it all off of your face, just make sure you don’t scrub too hard.

After rinsing, pat your face dry with a clean towel. There are a few optional things you may do afterwards. You may:

  • Apply Toner
  • Apply Moisturizing lotion
  • or even just feel how soft your face is! :D

And that’s about it! Have fun and I hope you enjoy having baby smooth skin!

WARNING! Make sure you aren’t allergic to any of the ingredients before applying them to your skin.

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2 Comments

  1. VanessaNo Gravatar says:

    Looks Great! I tried a similar recipe that didn’t include olive oil. I will have to give this one a try too and see the difference. Thanks

  2. A number of ingredients are used in the preparation of facial masks. Most of the ingredients differ in properties and hence play vital roles in reviving the beauty and health of different types of skin.

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