oh, how i love Do-it-yourself mask and other beauty recipes.
i just love to use natural products on my skin, and for me they're the best.
WARNING WARNING :
this mask is a NO NO for those who have allergies on dairy products .
BACK TO THE MASK :
yogurt, yoghurt, or however whatever whichever you spell it, it's still yogurt.
i personally don't eat yogurt, but then months ago, i saw various videos on YouTube about yogurt masks.
and then i tried it shortly.
so, why yougurt??
it contains lactic acid and beneficial enzymes that helps to you're your skin hydrated and radiant. It softens the skin, brightens a dull complexion and helps to remove redness in the face. It cleanses the skin and treats blemishes giving you a clear & smooth complexion.
i personally use low fat (1.5%) or non-fat yogurt as i have oily skin, if you have dry skin, you could just use the natural plain/whole yogurt which contains 4% fat.
you can also add other ingredients depending on your skin type :
lemon : for oily skin ( some drops is good to go)
honey / olive oil : for dry skin
yogurt mask are also good:
- for fighting acne, it has anti fungal properties and it contains zinc which helps healing blemishes.
-to prevent premature aging , because of the lactic acid
- to reduce discoloration .
so what you need:
-whole, low fat or non fat yogurt ( just the plain one, NO FLAVORS!!!!)
- a foundation brush to apply it on your face
-a separate bowl .
all you need is to apply it all over your face and let it dry for approximatively 20 minutes.
but i leave it till i feel the the yogurt is already dry.
i use it 5 times a week, or just whenever i have the time.
after doing it, you'll feel you're new soft and fresh skin :)
not suitable for those who are allergic to dairy products.
if you already tried it,
did you like it?
share your thoughts :)
me with yogurt face mask :)
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i change it to xmisschiarax.blogspot.com
why ? because i just like to do so and because i write my name as Chiara and not kyarah. i wrote it like that before because a lot of people say it as shiarah as oppose to kyarah - how you really say it.