How To Make 2 blueberry face mask? How to reap all the benefits this berry provides?
Blueberries have always been berries that I immediately buy as soon as they are in the store. They are a very good substitute for snacks. I also like to put them in oatmeal. Oatmeal with bananas, blueberries, and honey is the best way to start the morning.
So, what are your morning habits? Do you like oatmeal? Leave a comment below. I’m really interested in what’s your oatmeal fruit combinations.
Is there any other way to use blueberries? Well, of course, DIY face mask.
How To Make Blueberry Face Masks and how blueberries affect our skin? Because it benefits us both internally and externally.
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What’s this all about:
- packed with vitamins and antioxidants
- vitamins A, E & C (vitamins C and E also help minimize sun spots and uneven pigmentation)
- rich in anti-inflammatory properties
- your skin will soak up the high vitamin content of the blueberries
Blueberry Face Mask 1
- blueberries, crushed
- 3 tablespoons yogurt
Have To Do
- firstly, combine blueberries with yogurt and mix everything in a blender
- secondly, apply the mask
- further, keep in on for 20 to 30 minutes
- then rinse with warm water
Blueberry Face Mask 2
- 1/4 cup crushed blueberries
- 1 tsp. powdered oats
- 1tsp.coconut oil
How To Do
- mix well
- apply to face and leave on for 15 – 20 minutes
- rinse with warm water
Although the first mask is very easy to do, I prefer second mask.
Because while I make myself oatmeal, I immediately set aside a smaller portion for this DIY.
In short, sometimes it’s not enough to just eat fruit.
We need to give the skin a chance to absorb vitamins from the outside as well.
P.S. if you are allergic to any product from these masks, do not use it on yourself.