Bring Out Natural Beauty with Homemade Honey Masks

Honey Is Very Good For
Your Skin & Hair~

Do you know that honey—that natural sweetening agent produced by bees—is actually good for your skin and hair?

The ancient Greeks were probably one of the first to enjoy the beauty-enhancing benefits of honey. They discovered that this nature-based sweetener left the skin soft and looking young. Probably unknown to them, honey is a humectant (a hygroscopic substance used to keep things moist) that attracts and keeps moisture inside the skin and hair follicles, making them both supple and elastic. Honey

Over the years, scientists discovered the other honey’s natural benefits. They found out that honey is a natural antibacterial and antiseptic agent.

Honey contains amino acids and enzymes that do wonders to the skin and hair. It’s also a natural cure for acne because it cleanses the pores and prevents microbes from growing on the skin. Honey has also been know to reduce dandruff.

You’d be surprised to know that honey is a natural sunblock. Its antioxidant properties protect the skin against the sun’s harmful UV rays. The darker the honey, the more antioxidants it contains.

With all of honey’s skin & hair-improving properties, why go for the expensive skin care creams and moisturizers or hair conditioners when you can create a natural anti-aging element right within your own kitchen?

By simply combining honey with other natural skin-enhancing ingredients, you can create your own homemade natural honey face masks, at a mere fraction of the cost. These create great hair and skin remedies when dealing with issues like acne, scars, dandruff, premature graying and dark spots.

For the silky-smooth skin
Mix ¼ cup of honey and 3 tsp of rosewater. Apply to face and neck avoiding sensitive areas around the eye. Massage well and rinse with lukewarm water.

Open the pores on your face
Place a cloth dipped in warm water. Smear honey on your face for 20-30 minutes. Rinse first with warm water and then cold water to close the pores.

Indulge your skin
Make a the paste of 1 tsp of honey, 1 egg white, 1 tsp glycerin and flour. Smooth it over your face and throat leaving it on for 10 minutes and then washing it off with warm water. Your skin will feel refreshed and rejuvenated.

  • 4 tbsp of whole milk powder and 2 tbsp of honey make an excellent baby bath.
  • Making Natural Honey Mask Remedies ~
    There isn’t any single recipe for honey masks. You can add anything to honey, lemon, milk, oatmeal or basically anything that’s naturally good for the skin— and shazam, you get your own natural, inexpensive homemade honey mask crated within the comforts of your own home..Just like Grandma used to make. Honey Masks

    For example:
    If you combine a tablespoon of raw honey with 3 drops of lavender oil, this will produce a mask that you can apply on your face for 15 minutes. Do this regularly and you’ll be surprised at how this simple skin care regimen will improve your skin.

    For Sensitive Skin:
    Half a tablespoon of raw honey, when mixed with
    half a banana, a quarter-cup of cooked oatmeal with milk,and egg produces a natural honey mask that is great for sensitive skin.

    Have a bad case of acne? Make it go away by creating a homemade honey mask as part of your regular bi-weekly routine.
    Simply combine:

  • 2 tablespoons honey with 2 tablespoons milk
  • 1 juice of lemon
  • 1 tablespoon yogurt
  • and some lukewarm water depending upon consistancy.
  • Apply this mixture and leave it on until it dries up. Do this often and you’ll find that your acne will clear up. That’s because of honey’s miraculous properties, coupled with lemon and milk’s cleansing elements.

    Tea tree oil has antimicrobial, antiseptic, and antifungal properties. Combine that with honey and you get a strong acne-curing mixture. you will achieve better success with this remedy than any over the counter medicine for acne. And it will cost you a mere fraction compared to commercialized brands.

    Aloe Vera—with its moisturizing, soothing, toning, and smoothing effects—combined with honey produces honey masks that are great for people suffering from redness, inflammation, and itchy skin.

    Just combine:

    • 1 tablespoon of aloe vera
    • 2 tablespoons honey

    Mix the ingredients. Prepare this fresh every day, and leave it on for 10 minutes. Do this regularly and people will surely notice the improvement.

    Tips for Creating Honey Masks
    To get the most out of your natural honey facial mask, make sure you prepare them fresh, and preferably with organic ingredients.

    Remember to filter the honey before you use it. Raw honey that has not been filtered can contain dust, pollen grains, and other foreign elements that may harm your skin and hair.

    Always test your homemade honey masks on a patch of skin. Not everyone takes well to honey, and if you are the type with sensitive skin, you’d better make sure your homemade concoction does not make you break out.

    So if natural honey mask cures are great for the skin and hair, why aren’t they a part of everyone’s beauty regimen? People are obviously turned off because honey masks are sticky and messy. Besides, who has the time to sit down and prepare fresh homemade honey masks every day when they need to get out the door in a jiffy?

    However, if you want to say goodbye to acne-prone skin and hello to a soft, supple, younger-looking complexion, why not make honey masks a part of your beauty ritual? The results will make everything worth it.

    Recipe for Acne

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    Recipe for Face Mask

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