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DIY No Needle Botox Mask

Sunday, March 19, 2017


Maskaholic 
bringing you another Sunday Mask!

This is a pretty old school mask recipe,
one my granny swears by!
If you've seen my granny you know she looks so much younger than her age. 
Alhamdulliah little to no wrinkles, smooth skin, flawless now that is the goal!
She actually loves watching DIY Face Masks on Youtube lol 
the most hilarious thing,
but she always says natural, veggies and fruits 
is way better to use as a mask than buying something off the shelf. 

Now this is a mask I do often and see how it works is amazing so I had to share it with you all!
If you're the type that doesn't want wrinkles or already dealing with fine lines and laugh lines.
You want to slow that aging process down or preserve your youth as you grow old. 
It's always better to start young when it hasn't become a problem rather when your're elder.
It's easier to deal and back track an issue before it happens
 rather than when it's full swing in motion, right?

- INGREDIENTS -




Egg 
Cinnamon 
Lemon Juice 
Nutmeg
Honey

- BENEFITS -



EGG - 

  • Skin Tightener - pores and fine lines
  • Anti Aging
  • Oil Control 
  • Removes Black Heads
  • Removes Fine Hair
  • Removes Texture - smooth skin


CINNAMON - 

  • Mattifying - removes excess oil 
  • Clears Up Acne 
  • Skin Plumper and Anti Aging
  • Improves Complexion 
  • Unclogs Pores
  • Treats Eczema 
  • Antiseptic - can help with acne or wounds 
  • Softens The Skin


LEMON JUICE -

  • Treats Blackheads
  • Anti Bacterial - perfect for acne or wounds
  • Skin Brightener 
  • Natural Lightener - helps get rid of tans 
  • Reduces Excess Oils 
  • Helps Shrink Acne 


NUTMEG -


  • Fades Blemishes 
  • Enhances Skin Radiance 
  • Eases inflammation and Redness
  • Treats Blackheads 
  • Reverses Aging Process 


HONEY -



  • Treats Acne - antibacterial
  • Full Of Antioxidants 
  • Anti Aging
  • Unclogs and Minimizes Pores
  • Evens Skin Tone 
  • Reduces Scars



- MASK METHOD -



  • Separate your egg keep the white which is needed for the mask. Don't worry you don't have to separate the egg but if you do you can slather it on your hair for a quick hair mask and it will help boost your hair shine. 
  • Whip your egg white a bit, I personally don't like it foamy but it doesn't matter.



  • Add in around 1 tsp cinnamon and 2 Tb honey.










  • Add juice of half a lemon and 1 tsp nutmeg.
  • Stir till it becomes a nice paste and refrigerate for a couple of hours.


  • Apply it to your face and leave it to dry. Try not to make any facial expressions or talk because I feel it works so much better with a poker face. 


Try this mask I probably do it every 2nd week 
and I guarantee you will feel the results and they last a life time!
Trust me skin care is so important and I love the natural route,
 so head over to your kitchen
and whip yourself a 'no needle botox mask.'
You could make yourself some chocolate milk in the process,
because just looking at the pictures I want to down it.

Haven't see any of my other DIY posts or missed one, here are some links, 
or your could also just click on the tag/label 'DIY'.

If you would like to see any particular DIY, 
want me to test it or come up with one please send me a message
 and I will work on getting it up for you. 

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10 comments

  1. As Salam Alikum sister thanks for sharing will be trying it out. Do you have any recipe for super sensitive skin that breaks out easil?

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    1. Wasalams sister :) I am working on a DIY for sensitive skin, I have very tough skin so I am still testing it out stay tuned. But you can never go wrong with honey mixed with plain yogurt it works like a dream and it's good for sensitive skin.

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  2. I don't often use face masks but have to agree that home made and natural must be better.

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    1. Masks are a lovely way to give your skin some TLC and just have some relax time. Natural is always the best!

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  3. Looking forward to trying this mask out - love home made masks, they make such a huge difference :)

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    1. It's amazing to use natural because it's not mixed with any chemicals so all the natural properties can instantly sink into the skin and work their magic.

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  4. Mask looks nice.thanks for sharing.
    www.afreenskitchen.com

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  5. Never knew at home, we can make so many different types of masks for healthy and glowing skin....thank you so much for sharing simple yet wonderful masks....

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    1. They're endless combinations for every skin type, problem and much more! Just have to play around and see what works for you. You're welcome I'm glad you like them.

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