Natural Homemade Face Mask

By pam 


To be healthy and beautiful does not have to be expensive. Even in trying times like these days, there are still ways to look healthy and beautiful without spending too much on  expensive cosmetics and treatments.

Mother Earth News presents a natural at-home that would definitely make you look fabulous for just a few cents. The ingredients are all-natural and edible too. To start, you would need:

  • 4 grapes, cut in half
  • 1 tsp yogurt
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 2 washcloths

Before you go ahead and try this natural , know why this is so good for you. First, the grapes contain fruit acids that exfoliate and smooth your skin. Second, yogurt soothes inflammation and redness and softens dry skin. Third, honey moisturizes your skin and keeps the bacteria away. Fourth, the heat opens your pores allowing other ingredients to get to work. It is also soothing. And fifth, giving yourself the chance to relax for a few minutes is part of the healing process.

Step One:

  • Cut the grapes in half and mix the yogurt and honey together. Place them in your staging area.
  • Wet the wash cloths and place them on a plate in the microwave.
  • If you prefer to use the stove, set the cloths in the steamer basket with a little bit of water underneath.

Step Two:

  • Rub the grapes all over your face in circular motions, squeezing them into your skin until it runs out of juice.

Step Three:

  • Take the yogurt-honey mixture and pat the clumpy blend all over your face.

Step Four:

  • Warm the towels on half power in the microwave for around 45 seconds or use the stove. They should not be too hot to handle.
  • Place the warm cloths over your face. Lie down and relax until the wash cloths have lost all their heat.

Step Five:

  • Rinse the mask off with warm water.

By this time, you should be ready to flaunt your fresh beauty. Go ahead and enjoy your day!


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4 Responses to “Natural Homemade Face Mask”

  1. Kohler Horst from Christian Jewelry on September 8th, 2009 10:26 am

    Amazing tip! its like taking the steam and working on your skin at the same time.Normally we take the steam beforehand and then go for facial.But this technique is different and i am sure its going to work. Fruits are always good for skin be it mashed papaya or oranges. But i have never heard about grapes and i am sure i am going to try it out.

  2. Dave from lv handbags on January 7th, 2010 11:59 pm

    Thank u for your share.

  3. Carolin on January 9th, 2010 1:09 pm

    No problem!

  4. Veronica from Tanning Grand Forks on August 27th, 2010 7:41 pm

    Thanks for the tips. I like how you detailed it down to exactly what you need to do. I will be giving this a try real soon. Thanks!

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