Thursday, April 3, 2014

Homemade yogurt face mask...

Hello (^・ω・^ )
Today I want to share with you one of my quick and easy method for a nice, bright complexion.
It's very simple, natural face mask, made from just 3 ingredients ^___^
All you need is plain yogurt, lemon and honey.

Just take one or two teaspoons of yogurt, add a splash of lemon juice and mix it with a little bit of honey. Then just put it on face for about 10-15 minutes. Remove mixture from your skin with warm water. Some yogurts can leave  residue. When it happens, you can use a drop of gentle cleanser, but really, try to keep it to minimum because you don't want to remove all those good things you've just put on your face (●˘◡˘●)
I usually do it (or at least I'm trying to keep up with this plan) one or two times a week.

Why those ingredients?  Yogurt is a source of lactic acid and B vitamins. Lemon of course for the wonderful vitamin C. And honey, it's just Mother Nature's pure, gold miracle (◡‿◡✿)  (Also remember to always use raw honey, not those awful honey like products.)

Have a wonderful day

16 comments:

  1. Great tip, I did see some home made face masks, but this one is super simple, I definitely will try it, thanks :3

    Neko Bunny U=・ x ・=U

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    1. Yes, it's very simple but it works sooo nice hi hi ♥♥♥

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  2. lemon is an irritant, it disrupts the skin's natural pH because it is so acidic :( please be careful! I definitely recommend honey and yoghurt though~

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    1. Yes, lemon is not as gentle as the other two ingredients but for many years it worked so well for my skin and hair >___<
      Maybe to balance lemon, it would be ok to wash face with water with a little bit of soap or maybe touch of baking soda.

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  3. Boa dica! Farei em breve :)
    Você tem alguma dica para os cabelos?
    http://diariodelolivlet.blogspot.com.br/

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    1. I'm sorry I speak only polish, english and japanese and I can't understand you comment without google translator >___<
      But from what I've translated; soon I'll be posting here video about my hair care, maybe it will be helpful ^___^

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    2. Tank u <3
      I love your blogger!
      I'm from Brasil :)

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  4. I LOVE homemade simple treatments like these. I've read that a variation with oats into the mixture is also excellent. Please post up more tips if you have them

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    1. I heard soo many good things about oats, I need to finally try them ^___^

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    2. I have some recipes that I use myself. For example, coffee granules and brown sugar mixed with olive oil is a brilliant body scrub and olive oil and sugar for a lip scrub etc. Give them a try and see what you think

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  5. Stosowałam podobną maskę ale dodawałam jeszcze kukumę, jest z nią trochę zabawy. Muszę wrócić do maseczek bo coś leniwa jestem ostatnio ;p Dzięki za przypomnienie ;d

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    1. Zrobiłam z mlekiem,sokiem z pomarańczy,miodem i trochę mąki, trzyma lepiej ;p Właśnie siedzę z maseczką na buzi, ja zwykle trzymam pół godzinki.

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    2. Uhh, kurkuma brzmi żółto hi hi. Ja niestety nie mam za dużo cierpliwości i jak z czymś jest za dużo zachodu ciężko jest mi się zmotywować >___<
      Twoja maseczka brzmi ciekawie ^___^

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    1. Hope, it will work for you as good as it works for me ^___^

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  7. Thank you, I definitely have to try it!

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