At Home Masks
If you are fed up of spending so much money on facial masks containing foreign chemicals that do not do anything much to your skin, we have the skin care solution you are looking for. You’ll love these “at home masks“.
Are you aware of the fact that you can make your own at home masks using natural and cheap ingredients found in your kitchen?
Of course, if you are used to using professionally done facial masks or buying expensive beauty creams and facial masks, you may not be that keen about making and using at home masks. The first things that crop to mind are that they are ‘messy’ and ‘inconvenient’. With the right information, ingredients and instructions, you can however quickly and easily make your own at home masks.
Our fore fathers used it long before
The natural face mask recipes date a long time back. In fact, the Egyptian queen Cleopatra maintained her soft skin soaking in a rose petal and milk bath.
The Mayas used a special skin care cream of royal bee jelly and aloe Vera that kept the skin young and soft and helped fight off damaging free radicals.
Your grandmother too may have had her own secret beauty routine like a facial mask which she secretly made at home.
All the natural-based skin care rituals our ancestors followed using natural ingredients were always good for the skin. So what could be better than adding natural facial masks to your regular skin-care routine?
Advantages of Natural At Home Masks
There are various advantages to making your own facial masks at home:
Easy on your budget: Instead of spending tons of money, you just have to spend a few dollars to make your at home masks and thus don’t create a dent in your budget.
All natural: The facial masks you buy at stores may have chemicals that are not good for the skin. Instead of taking this risk using them, use natural edible ingredients like honey, milk, oatmeal and banana for facial masks. Being good for your tummy, they obviously will be good for your skin too, right?
Easy to make: You are assured at home masks don’t turn out to be a disaster as long as you correctly measure and mix all the proper ingredients.
Convenience: Everything can be comfortably done in your home. You don’t need hours to make facial masks. You only have to apply and leave them for 15 minutes, after which you can wash and continue with your work.
Versatility: As long as you know which beneficial ingredients to use in your facial masks, you can create different at home masks. The main ingredients to use in these at home masks are aloe Vera, banana, milk, oatmeal and tea tree oil to create more than 5 different types of at home masks.
Money earning potential: Once you are an expert at making at home masks, you can create your own bottled masks and sell them to friends or use them as gifts. If lucky, you may even start a business with it.
You only learn if you try out some natural facial masks at home to see how you actually like them. You soon learn that making these masks become a part of your beauty ritual that can do wonders to both your skin and budget.