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How To | pumpkin face-mask 

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Aloha Beauties,

As you may have seen from yesterday’s post, I spoke about how to make pumpkin purée from scratch. Today’s post is going to be all about turning that purée into a face firming mask full of zinc, Vitamin A and C. Not only does this mask help protect the skin from radicals but also helps to gently dissolve dead skin cells. Making. Your skin that little bit more perfect!!

To make this mask your going to need to use 150g of pumpkin purée, How To | Pumpkin Puree <- Click this if you would like to make your own! Plus, you’ll need one medium sized egg.

If your skin is a little drier than most, you can also add a table of honey. If your skin is a little on the oily side, a splash of cranberry juice into the mixture will suit your skin best!

Just apply all over your face and wait 15 – 20 minutes. Viola! Here’s my before and after images for your entertainment, enjoy!!

 

AFTER THOUGHTS
The mixture was simple to make and a little on the runnier side compared to most masks so it did feel like it was dribbling down my chin sometimes. So its best to use this one when you are lying down rather than pacing round the house like I was. After 15 minutes of this on, my skin definitely felt a lot tighter and much more refreshed. I’d give this a 9 out of 10. I plan to use this mask once a week for the month of October, to make the most of this super food.

Hope your guys enjoyed todays post, if you did please follow and or like. Thanks a million, love you lots,

 

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