DIY Milk MaskMilk Facial Masks help to achieve a milky-white skin tone, create and maintain a baby-soft, beautifully-moist, and blemish-free complexion, and visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Imagine feeding your skin with the same nutrients that feeds a baby, Milk Facial Masks offer your skin essential nutrients, like:
- Proteins, which are essential for building healthy skin cells;
- Lactic acid, a natural alpha hydroxyl acid, or AHA, which helps to remove the dead skin cells that block the pores and hamper the skin’s natural renewal process; and,
- Vitamins and minerals, that help to keep the skin healthy and protected from infections and premature aging.
Milk, Yogurt, Honey, Lemon Facial Mask.
To get rid of the impurities that block and irritate the pores and help in the treatment of acne.
- 100 mL Yogurt
100 mL Honey
100 mL Lemon Juice
400 IU Vitamin E essences
Preparation: Mix all ingredients into an empty bowl thoroughly to get a uniform lotion consistency.
Application: Apply a thick layer to the face. After about 15 minutes, wash off with warm water.
To moisturize and restore the luster of dry and aging skin and enhance the regeneration of new skin cells.
- 100 mL Milk
50 grams Strawberries, mashed
Preparation: Mix strawberries and milk to create a paste.
Application: Apply a thin layer of the facial mask onto the skin. Let it sit for 20 minutes, and wash off with warm water.
Tip: Long-term use of this facial mask helps to increase your skin’s vitality and improve your skin’s elasticity, thus making skin fresh, smooth, and white.
For intensive moisturizing of dry skin and reducing the appearance of face wrinkles.
Preparation: Mix equal parts of yogurt and cream.
Application: Apply a thin layer on skin, leave on for 20 minutes, and wash with warm water.
To refresh tired skin, smooth, and get rid of acne and freckles.
- Half a banana, mashed
Preparation:Mix the mashed banana with right amount of milk into a paste.
Application: Apply a thick layer onto the face. Rinse off after 15 to 20 minutes.
A Brief History of Milk in Skin Care.
The use of milk in beauty and skin care have long been mastered by our ancestors and was particularly started by the royal families and nobles of ancient times.
Nero's empress, Poppaea, of the Roman Empire was considered as the first person to wash and bathe herself in milk.
Cleopatra, the ancient Egyptian Queen, also believed that milk cleanses, softens, and whitens the skin, and for this reason, frequently drenched her skin in milk bath.