How to Revitalise your Skin with Lavender•
Posted on January 14 2015
With the festive season in our rear view mirrors, it’s time to take stock refresh our skin for the New Year.
I’m sure we all over indulged ever so slightly over Christmas and as delicious as it may have been, our skin tends to be one of the things that suffers, but there is no need to panic, we have a fabulous face mask recipe which will calm and reinvigorate your skin. It is the perfect remedy when your skin needs a pick me up, or just as a treat once in a while.
The lavender has wonderful calming properties and mixed with the nutrient rich clay and exfoliating, moisturising oats and almonds makes this face mask a skin saviour!
We know that there are shelves and shelves of products out there filled with nasty chemicals, but you can use this face mask all the while knowing exactly what is in it and look after your pocket to!
Now onto the fun part, creating your very own fragrant face mask.
2 cups Bentonite Clay
1 cup ground oats.
1/4 cup ground almonds.
1/8 cup dried lavender
1/3 cup dried Rose Petals
Grind all of the ingredients up either with a pestle & mortar or an electronic coffee bean grinder.
Mix your dried mixture with 1 tsp of water to make a paste
Massage into your face
Rinse with warm water
There you have it, the perfect remedy to reinvigorate your skin
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