Pink Clay Banana Face Mask
Pink Clay Banana Face Mask
It’s been a while since I shared some DIY skincare- I’m happy to present my latest beauty blend: Pink Clay Banana Face Mask Recipe (great for sensitive, dry skin)!
What’s better than reaching into the fridge for nature’s best beauty hacks. Banana and clay both have hidden healing properties! If your skin is sensitive, peeling, or feeling dry, then using something like Aspect Dr can help, but for that extra boost you’ll love trying this Pink Clay Banana Face Mask Recipe.
Pink clay is rich in vitamins and helps detox skin by sucking out all the bad stuff soap just can’t get out.
For other skin types, like oily or acne prone skin; this mask is great too! It’s gentle and potent enough making it a warm welcome for mostly all skin types.
Benefits of Banana on Skin
Banana has been quoted to be “nature’s botox”- here’s 5 highlight reasons why I use it in my beauty regime:
Now that you know the benefits of banana- add in some clay and you’ll have a full face mask detox session going-on. Happy to share my latest DIY concoction, read-on below for my Pink Clay Banana Face Mask Recipe…
- Mash the banana in a glass or ceramic bowl. Add the pink clay, honey, and lavender essential oil- mix well.
- Apply to your face. I used a brush, but your fingers work best- a beauty blender, whatever you prefer.
- Leave the pink clay banana face mask blend on your face for approx. 15 to 20 min.
- Rinse-off well and moisturize. Discard any remaining mix.
- For best results apply mask twice a week.
PLAY WITH YOUR CLAY
Pink clay is the golden goose of clay’s for sensitive skin. It’s not harsh, it quickly detoxes, and helps your skin heal.
Conclusion – Pink Clay Banana Face Mask
DIY is all about doing what works best for you and your skin. Be creative and try new things (clay’s, honey’s, different essential oils) your skin will let you know how happy it is with your choices, sometimes instantly.
As you know I am a huge fan of all things skin care. However, one of my friends recently tried a cosmetic procedure called microneedling that I had never heard of before. Microneedling uses small needles to prick the skin and the purpose of the treatment is to generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother, firmer, and more toned skin. Microneedling is mostly used on the face and is thought to improve the appearance of scars, wrinkles, and large pores. I might have to give it a try too!
Hope this Pink Clay Banana Face Mask is worthy of pinning and trying! There’s no better feeling than using what you eat as skincare!
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