Mask For Glowing Skin and with only two ingredients,very easy to make.
That’s it-try something new. Even when you think it’s stupid or funny try it anyway. That is to say, try something that will make you happy. Above all, do something for yourself. Sometimes it is enough to put “ridiculous” ingredients on your face.
In any case, it makes me happy.
Today mask for glowing skin is with milk and honey. It’s just two ingredients that we all have in the house. In addition, it’s easy, it’s fun and best of all is good for your skin.
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Benefits of using milk for skin
It acts as a natural skin softener.So, it is extremely hydrating and soothing on our skin, it can remove dirt within clogged pores, and prevent blackheads, acne, and others. Nutrient in Milk-vitamin D, vitamin A, protein, selenium, magnesium…..and much more.
Benefits of using honey on your skin
Its antioxidants, antiseptic, and antibacterial properties allow it to help you fight acne by keeping your pores free of oily dirt while at the same time keeping them hydrated and tight to give your clearer complexion. Reduce your wrinkles, gentle exfoliator and much, much more.
Mask For Glowing Skin
HONEY AND MILK FACE MASK FOR GLOWING SKIN
-4 teaspoons milk
-2 teaspoons honey
- Warm the milk slightly and mix it with the honey.
- Apply the mixture on the face with the cotton while it is still warm (not hot but warm).
- You can leave it on for 10-20 minutes (depends on how much time you have)
- Wash off with lukewarm water first and then with cold water.
Further,after this treatment, you will have the feeling that you have done something good for yourself and your skin. I like this because I always have honey and milk at home.
P.S.Before you try the mask do a small allergy test. To sum up, do not use if you are allergic to any of these ingredients.
However,I did a little research on the net –“Honey was used by all classes in Ancient Egypt. To clarify,it was used for everything from sweetening food, to preventing infection by being placed on wounds, to paying taxes….. “
“Therefore,Queen Cleopatra took milk baths regularly.”
So what are you waiting for? Try it maybe you like it. You can find more products that will give your skin a glow below: