Aspirin and honey? I did not know that asiprin could be used as a mask. I am all for trying new masks because our skin changes according to stress, things we eat, or just over time. I have been the queen of trying new products as far as facial cleansers. I have cleansers from stores that burned, broke me out, worked okay, took time to work, etc. But, I think the best cleansers are the tools that are from things we use on a natural basis like witch hazel, apple cider vinegar, lemons, and much more.
I want you guys to try out a facial mask from a few items at your home. I have excema so I am always making sure that I use products that accomodate to that. You should too. I have heard from someone that some masks are too harsh on their skin. So, I say try it out on your hand first to see how it would react to your skin before using it on your face.
I have tried out this mask a few times and it made my face feel clean. I am not a dermentologist but I think that using three simple items should not be a issue.
Mix the aspirin with just enough water to make a paste. If you want a thicker mask, then add a drop of honey; if you prefer a more soothing mask, then some plain yogurt can do the trick. Apply the mask in a thin layer on your face, then allow it to dry. Remove it with warm water, rinsing away the mask in gentle circular motions.
This mask could reduce the visibility of acne, blemishes and scaly skin while moisturizing and softening the skin. Aspirin masks can also reduce swelling and unclog pores to prevent further breakouts. This mask will contain salicylic acid which is one of the most commonly used ingredients in acne products as it cleans out pores and exfoliates the skin which is great for fine lines and winkles.
I think you guys should try out the mask and tell me how it goes? What are some cool masks that you have tried out from home?
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