DIY Face Mask for Soft Supple Skin!

There are a couple things that I simply can not live without the older my skin gets. One of them is a great mask that actually makes a DIFFERENCE on my skin. I’ve literally tried them all. From plumping to pore reducing, there seems to be a mask to cover everything.
Seeing as I have so many awesome products at my fingertips here at the Boutique, and I am CONSTANTLY doing research on everything beauty related, I decided to try my hand in making my own. And let me tell you…I WAS SO HAPPY! Here is how it went…

First, I gathered all my goodies. My list (from my cabinet) looked a bit like this:

1. Wedderspoon Manuka Honey
2. GreensPlus Organic Superfoods Powder
3. 1/4 cup organic yogurt
4. 2 drops Aura Cacia Lavender Oil

I mixed it all together with a sprinkle of cinnamon. It smelled good enough to eat! I put in on my face and let it sit for about 30 minutes.

JL Mask

Looks like Kermit! My dog was very confused… 🙂

After rinsing it, however…I was amazed! The honey and yogurt really smoothed and hydrated, and Manuka is also great for breakouts. There are also SO many beneficial ingredients for skin in the GreensPlus. My skin was smooth, supple, and REALLY bright.

JL Post Mask

I can honestly say that sometimes ingredients in your own kitchen really can work wonders! I am just glad I have access to such great products!

-Janine Larson

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