Thursday, 19 June 2008

Put on your mask

Keeping my skin healthy is as important for me as wearing nice clothes. I follow a daily beauty regime, but sometimes my combination skin gets rebellious and I need something extra.


Not so long ago, I tried a honey mask and it surprisingly works. It works as a peeling, removing dead cells, and letting your skin smooth and glowing.

You only need some honey and sugar. Apply it over your clean dry face in circular movements. Rinse it off and moisturize. Wait for the next morning to see the results.

Mrs. Robinson - Simon and Garfunkel

16 comments:

Madelene said...

I do a mask by mixing a few aspirins with water, and it works really well. Household beauty tips are underrated!

Wendy said...

Hmmmm, sounds simple. I'm going to try that.

Ragamala said...

I really want to try that! My acne prone skin is just getting horrible in this hot weather!

Hannah. said...

Sounds like a good idea. Although I'd probably end up in a huge sticky mess.

prettygeeky.com said...

Thankfully my face has always been more breakout-free than not but as I get older I'm realizing it's not getting better...but worse?! ahah

Thanks for the tip!

editor said...

wait, i need more details - you rinse it off, right? do you put it on a clean dry face or a clean damp face? do you leave it on for a few minutes?

would you describe your skin as sensitive or oily or what? if this is good for oily skin, then it won't be good for me (very dry), but it sounds pleasant/yummy, so i would love to try it...

MR style said...

my skin is cute without product so im wont try to be covered by spots the day after !!

Allure said...

Editor: thanks for your questions. I edited the post answering them. I have combination skin. Depending on the part of my face (and some other factors like the weather) it could be dry or oily.

Miby said...

It sounds dead easy! I will have to try and see!! I love the fact that you don't have to mix loads of stuff! Thanks for te tip! :)

Kat said...

I am currently loving simon and garfunkel!

Harrods Girl said...

Ooh, this is so natural and diy of you! Is it hard to wash off the stickiness afterwards though?

Allure said...

^Not at all!

discothequechic said...

i'm intrigued!
like harrods girl, i would think it would be rather tricky with the stickiness of the honey.

but you recommend the results?

The Clothes Horse said...

I want to try this. I'm usually so lazy when it comes to beauty routines...

enc said...

This sounds interesting. I've never tried it.

Marina said...

Have you tried Manuka honey? Works like a charm...

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