Q&A: Where can I find homemade facial recipes?

Q&A: Where can I find homemade facial recipes?

Question by TheatreChick: Where can I find homemade facial recipes?
I would like to find facial recipes that I can make out of normal household products.

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Answer by reeseepiecie
look on google

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  1. raindovewmn41May 13, 2013

    there u go have fun i used to do this stuff when i was younger

  2. ticktockgalMay 13, 2013

    u can type in oatmeal facial recipes or honey facial reciepes in ur search box or simple home made reciepes

  3. LILMAMIMay 13, 2013

    Inexpensive Facial Pore Mask (Just Like Biore Strips)
    One of the soap stars was telling how she uses this as one of her secret facial routines…
    1-100 servings 1-100 faces 11 min 1 min prep

    1/2 teaspoon glue (NOT Super Glue, just the regular white school glue)
    warm water

    Apply a thin layer of regular white school glue (we use Elmer’s), over your nose or any other problem area where you are prone to get blackheads.
    Let dry completely (approx. 10 min).
    Once dry gently peel away glue — this will lift off any dry skin, and pull out blackheads — honestly!
    Rinse with warm water.

    Oaty Milk Facial
    This makes your skin feel very soft, it is gentle and not messy. For a dry or sensitive skin use cream or olive oil as a binder, for an oily skin the yogurt. I have a dry skin and I like the cream best, and as that usually comes out of the fridge it makes a nice cool facial. If you have any left, treat your hands as well!
    1 facial mask 10 min 10 min prep

    2 tablespoons oats
    1 tablespoon dried powdered milk, skimmed,full,goat or buttermilk
    cream, olive oil or yogurt

    Grind the oats, I use my coffee grinder, mix with milk powder.
    Use enough of the chosen binder to make a paste that is to your liking.
    Put on your face and neck, leave for 20 minutes.
    After the 20 minutes, gently massage your face for a minute or so, then rinse of with warm water.
    If you like this mask, make a larger batch, 10 tablespoons oats, and 5 tablespoons milk.
    Store in a jar, when you make it for a gift, attach a little card with instructions.

    Peppermint & Rosemary Facial Steam
    This herbal steam will open pores, extract impurities and clear sinuses. It is also very helpful for alleviating headaches.From a spa pamphlet I received recently
    1 steam 15 min 5 min prep

    4 drops peppermint essential oils
    4 drops rosemarry essential oils
    1 gallon boiling water

    Pour boiling water in a large bowl, and let cool slightly befor adding the oils.
    Add oils.
    Put face over bowl and cover head with a towel.
    Allow vapors to steam skin and accumulate for 10 minutes.

    Moisturizing Banana Facial Mask
    Banana softens and moisturizes. If you have an oily skin replace the honey and water for yogurt.
    1 facial mask 5 min 5 min prep

    1 ripe banana
    1 tablespoon honey
    4-5 tablespoons ground oats or almonds
    mineral water, if necessary

    Mash the banana, add the honey, oats and some water to get a good consistency, use your own judgment.
    Spread the banana mix on to a damp face and neck, put cucumber slices on your eyelids and relax for 15 to 20 minutes.
    Rinse off with lukewarm water.

    Deep Facial Honey & Oatmeal Cleanser:
    Great as a deep cleanser for acne. Aids fast healing without scarring. Honey is an antibiotic. Bacteria cannot live in honey. Extremely nourishing, aids fast healing without scarring. Helps in rejuvenating the skin leading to the elimination of fine wrinkles. Great moisturiser.
    1 mask 35 min 5 min prep

    1 tablespoon honey
    1 tablespoon oatmeal
    2 slices cucumbers

    Mix Honey and oatmeal together till thick use more of one or the other as needed and apply as a face-pack.
    Place slices on eyes.
    Leave on and rest for half an hour then wash off.

    Strawberry Facial Mask
    Found this in The Complete Guide to Natural Healing. “Strawberries are rich in vitamin C, which perks up tired skin, giving it a fresh healthy look. They also contain sulfur, which has cleansing and anti-inflammatory properties that help to remove impurities from skin surface and reduce redness and swelling. Because of its antibacterial action, honey is often used in cosmetics, helping to disinfect and heal minor blemishes.” I like using this mask because it makes my face feel so soft and I still get some zits at 27 years old and I think it helps heal them faster. Homemade facials are also much cheaper.
    1-2 facials 2 min 2 min prep

    4-5 medium very ripe strawberries
    2 teaspoons heavy cream
    1 teaspoon honey

    1. Rinse strawberries in water and dry with a paper towel.
    2. In a small bowl, mash strawberries with a fork.
    3. Add the cream and honey, and mix well.
    4. Apply the paste generously to the face and throat, keeping it away from the eyes.
    5. Relax and enjoy pampering yourself! Leave the mask on for 20-30 minutes.
    “Contraindications: People with sensitive or sunburned skin could have an adverse reaction to strawberries. Test on a small area first to assess your skins reaction.”.

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