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DIY Beauty: Ultra-Moisturizing Yogurt Facial Mask

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DIY Yogurt Facial Mask
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As I was eating a cup of Greek yogurt a few days ago, I thought to myself, “why not try making a Greek yogurt facial mask?” After all, yogurt contains lactic acid and zinc, which has anti-aging properties and can help keep skin clear.

As I started making my mask, I decided to also incorporate honey, which has the ability to retain and absorb moisture, and vitamin E oil, which can ease dryness and reduce redness. It’s safe to say that this facial mask does my skin wonders!

After using this mask a few times, I have noticed that my skin complexion is so much brighter and healthier looking, so I decided to share this DIY beauty recipe with you! Read on to learn how you can make your own Greek yogurt facial mask:

 What you’ll need:

Diy yogurt facial mask 1

  • 2 teaspoons plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 teaspoons honey
  • Contents of one vitamin E capsule or 3 to 5 drops of vitamin E oil

How to:

Step One

Diy yogurt facial mask 2

In a small bowl, mix the yogurt, honey, and vitamin E together until well blended.

Step Two

Diy yogurt facial mask 3

Using clean fingers or a brush, apply the mask evenly to your face. Depending on the dryness of your skin, leave it on from anywhere between 5 to 15 minutes.

Step Three

Rinse the mask off with warm water and gently pat you skin dry with a towel. Don’t forget to moisturize afterwards!

 What Do You Think?

Do you like this DIY? Are you going to try it out? What are some of your other favorite masks to use? Let me know in the comments below; I’d love to hear what you think!

Posted on on November 12, 2013 / Filed Under: Beauty & Hair / Tags: , , , ,

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4 Responses to “DIY Beauty: Ultra-Moisturizing Yogurt Facial Mask”

  1. 1
    November 12th, 2013 at 2:29 pm

    Looove this. I’m gonna try this on the weekend. Thanks for sharing this!

  2. 2
    November 12th, 2013 at 10:37 pm

    Thank you so much! I usually don’t have all the ingredients at hand but for this one I do. Also the fact that I can also eat it, just makes it all the better.

  3. 3
    March 27th, 2014 at 1:14 am

    How often would you use this? I was thinking about making a large batch with a whole cup of greek yogurt since I don’t eat it plain but I’m afraid it would go bad.

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