There are many benefits to making your own facial masks done at home. Do you want to live a more natural life-style? Or are you now on a budget but still want to look great? Maybe you want to make a little side income? Together lets discover these reasons and help you on your journey towards happy, beautiful skin!
n95 masks are great for those with skin allergies, and also people with hyper sensitive skin. They contain 100% organic fruits that contain vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that are good for you. In-store bought face masks tend to contain untested chemicals that are bad for the skin.
The U.S. Federal Drug Administration has a list of over 10,000 chemicals. Of that, more than 90 percent have never been tested. Granted, just because a chemical is untested doesn’t mean it’s bad.
However, over in Europe the government has already banned more than 1,000 ingredients. Sadly, do you know how many the FDA banned? Only 10! Let’s face it; skin care products may be doing more harm than good.
Do you have any of these symptoms of allergies associated with skin care ingredients?
- skin redness
- sun sensitivity
- Skin burning or itching
- Scaly patches of skin
- Blisters that ooze
- Swelling of the eyes, and face
So why not try a natural face masks at home? You have only toxins to lose.
Do you have trouble with your skin products at home? Masks may be the solution. Homemade face masks are easy to make, and take no more than 10 minutes to prepare. Apply face masks for 15 minutes, wash face with warm water, and pat dry with a washcloth. After that, you can be off to start your day!
Make your own face masks with a few simple ingredients, and utensils:
- Fruits and or foods of your choice from your local health store (Preferably 100% organic)
- A soft washcloth
- An exfoliating scrubber (I recommend Johnson’s Pure Cotton brand)
- A few containers (I recommend glass)
- A blender
You don’t have to break the bank to look great at home. Masks are just as effective as In-store bought face masks, and at a fraction of the cost!
The reason being, many of the ingredients for a face mask are in your kitchen pantries’, and refrigerators. As all face masks use only whole fruits, and foods, you need only to look in your home first. Of course, if you don’t have the ingredients, go to your local health store. There you will find the more uncommon ingredients.
While I wouldn’t recommend mixing your favorite skin care product with food, mix your homemade versions! Left over supplies can be kept for another batch, or used in your tasty home meals! Take note though, not all ingredients will be appropriate for eating.
Make your own personal face masks at home! Masks take only a few minutes to make, and you apply them for just 15 minutes.
While you’re away on business or vacation, it’s easy to continue using the face masks, as they are very portable as well.
It’s also easy to add more ingredients, or experiment with different kinds to fit different needs.
Take note though, as the ingredients are perishable, find a cold place to store, or use promptly. Use for up to 3 days when traveling. When a noticeable smell or color is present, the product has gone bad. Throw away the product as it may contain infectious germs.