This fresh facial is as old as time. The honey infusion leaves you smelling like a baby. Some of us do not have facial clay sitting around the house, so here’s a quick introduction.
2 tablespoons of facial clay – anti-aging, healing, astringent
2 teaspoons of yogurt – nourishing and moisturizing
2 tablespoons of honey – nourishing and moisturizing
Mix until smooth. Use the back of a spoon to attack any stubborn clumps. Allow the clay to stand for a few minutes to absorb the moisture. Use your fingers to apply a 1/8 to ½ inch thick layer to the face, throat and neckline avoiding your eye wells.
Allow to set for 10 minutes (no more than 20). Never allow a mask to dry. If you feel the mask is starting to dry and crack, it’s past time to take it off.
Never rub your face vigorously. Use a warm soft damp cloth. Allow the warmth and heat to penetrate the mask and wipe gently using an upward motion.