DIY Dry Skin Face Mask


So. It's getting to be that time of year. The time of year when your skin hates you (at least mine does). No matter how much lotion or moisturizer you put on, your skin is still thirsty!! I have super dry skin normally, and it gets 812386756421908 times worse in the winter. I've been hunting for a good way to moisturize my dry face, and came across this awesome (and amazing) DIY recipe from Kaboose. I'm willing to bet that you already have ingredients in your kitchen. 

Here it is. Try it, your skin will thank you!!! 

-- 1 tbsp. honey - This will help to draw moisture to your skin.
-- 3 tbsp. plain, unflavored yogurt (do not use flavored yogurt!!) The acid in the yogurt will exfoliate your skin
-- 1 tsp brewer's yeast (optional, but a great addition if you have it) This is really rich in vitamin B

1. Prepare your face. Wash off all of your makeup.
2. Mix the ingredients. You want them to mix together really well. Once you're done mixing, it should look just like the yogurt is yellow instead of white. It should not be chunky.
3. Get a warm, damp washcloth. Wipe your face to prepare it for the mixture.
4. Apply the mixture. You can apply it to both your face and neck, but make sure it's coated on pretty well.
5. Let it sit for 15-20 minutes. 
6. Wash it off. Use warm water to wash it off - it will come off way easier than it would with cool water.

It's so cheap, and so easy. Better yet, you can put the leftover mix in an airtight container in the fridge, and it will keep for a few days! I would use this 2 - 3 times per week. 

Pretty awesome, right?! 
The most awesome part is... your face will feel as soft and smooth as a baby's bottom. Seriously. My face felt amazing after washing the mask off! 


Michelle said...

I'll have to try this!

Amy G said...

Well how did it work for you, Alyx?

Hannah said...

really awesome!

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Unknown said...

I must try this quick fix!
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Anonymous said...

I have really oily skin so winter is like the only time I get to walk around without a shiny, reflective face! :o) Very cool recipe though! I love homemade care products!

Tanya (a Taste of T) said...

Ah! I so need this right now! THANKS!

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Sharde said...

ooh this sounds pretty good! its definitely time to do a hydrating face mask. i do facials weekly, but this looks like i'm gonna have to incorporate it into my routine! :)

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ashley.warner said...

oh my gosh! i need to try this.

i hate the winter when my skin gets all yucky and dry!

love this!!!!!

and i love your pretty blog! :)


Stesha said...

ill have to try this!!!
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Jessie said...

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Anna said...

Cool idea! I would love to try this out, but brewers yest is a little hard to come by, though. Know what I can use instead? There are not so many things out there that I know of that contain a lot of vitamin B...

Robyn said...

good idea for January...always a tight month.

PS- am from a place called Cove, near Helensburgh on the West coast of Scotland. Thanks for visiting my blog-i deleted my post , as i think i was in a very down mood when I wrote it...delete!

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