Brilliantly Magnificent Homemade Facials with Oatmeal
Why spend a ton of money on other cleansers, toners or moisturizers when you can get the same effects from the items in your kitchen cabinets? Lots of spas are turning to homeopathic methods of cleansing and invigorating the skin. Who wants to pay for the same treatment you can get without leaving the comfort of your own home. The information below will help you learn to make a few recipes that we bet you already have the ingredients for.
Add one teaspoon of olive oil and one egg white to a half a cup of cooked oatmeal. Make sure you stir the mixture really, really well so that the egg gets incorporated completely. Then add just a few drops of lemon juice and stir once more. This will create a paste once thoroughly mixed together. Next wash your skin as you do normally. Clean your neck too. Use the mixture you just created to mask your face and neck for your facial to begin. You'll want to be careful not to get this mixture into your eyes.
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Let the mixture set on your face for between fifteen minutes and a half an hour. Before you wash your face, remove the mixture with a warm damp cloth. This next recipe is a great one to try if you have dry skin. Mash up a ripe banana and then mix it with a cup of oatmeal. This is going to create a really thick mixture which you can thin out to form a creamy paste with some milk. Avoid the area around your eyes when you spread this creamy paste on your face and allow it to sit for ten to fifteen minutes. Rinse it off with some clean water. You skin should now feel more moisturized!
Oatmeal facials can even help with really oily skin. This recipe is one of the simplest to make. Add water to natural oatmeal to make a creamy paste. Spread this paste carefully onto your face, avoiding the area around your eyes, and then allow the paste to dry completely. You will need to be patient as this can take some time. Remove from your face using your fingers once the mask has dried. This should keep your skin from feeling excessively oily, while helping it feel clean and moisturized. Rinse away any leftover oatmeal bits with water and use a soft, clean towel to pat dry.
Create your own recipes or use the above few for great oatmeal facials for your skin. It's not smart to waste money when you can get those ingredients right from your kitchen.