Get Healthy Skin with Homemade Facial Masks

Our six-step process uses basic kitchen ingredients and face-friendly herbs to keep your complexion fresh and healthy.

| April/May 2009


Herbal Tip: You can use fresh or dried herbs for your facial, but remember that dried herbs are more potent than fresh and you will only need half the amount.


Nothing boosts your mood and self-esteem more than a bright, healthy complexion. Several herbs and plants that will leave your skin looking radiant easily can be added to your skin-care regime.

A monthly at-home facial is essential to maintain a healthy and glowing complexion. Although it may take you up to an hour to complete, it is time well spent. The following is a six-step process that you easily can do at home using common kitchen ingredients and your favorite herbs. Be sure to choose a time in the day that you can really devote to a full facial cleansing (when you don’t have to go outside). This complete cleansing process will make your skin a bit more sensitive, and it will need some time to calm down. Evening time is ideal for facials so that your skin may rest and rebuild as you sleep.

Herbal Facial Masks

• Fennel Leaf Cleansing Lotion
• Herbal Facial Steam 

elderberry, echinacea, bee hive


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