Feeding Your Skin with Natural Food

Why buy when you can make your own mask from the ingredients left in the kitchen?


  1. Always clean your face with a gentle face wash before putting the mask on to ensure no blockage and full absorbency.
  2. Never leave the mask on for more than 15minutes as it would then absorb the moisture of your skin.
  3. Try cleaning off your mask off with a hot, steaming cloth in a circular motion to open up the pores.
  4. If this is your first time trying out a new mask, try a little on neck or chin before putting it on to test for allergy reaction.
  5. A quick splash of cold water after mask will help close the pores and give a rosy glow
  6. Always pat dry your clean. Never rub the towel against your face and it will absorb the moisture and hurt the skin.

Sugar Facial Scrub


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-          1 tablespoon honey (Great moisturising and antibacterial properties)

-          2 tablespoon sugar (Preferably brown sugar)

-          Green tea (Is said to have anti aging effects on skin)

Brew a cup of tea and allow it to cool. Pour 2 tablespoons of tea into a bowl and add in a tablespoon of sugar until the mixture is smooth and yet, gritty enough to scrub your skin. Stir in a tablespoon of honey and mix thoroughly. Rub the scrub all over your face gently and concentrate of dry skin areas. Then, use a wet cloth to remove the scrubs, and splash on cold water on your face when finished.


Tightening Lemon Egg Mask

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-          ½ lemon

-          1 egg white (cold)

Beat the egg white with lemon juice for 3 minute. Apply directly on your face, avoiding the eyes. Leave it on for a maximum of 20minutes and then rinse off with warm water in circular motion.

Avocado for Dry Skin

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-          ½ avocado

-          ¼ cup honey

Best to use ripe, fresh and organic avocado. Mash it up together into creamy pulp. Leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse off with cold water.

*recommend to use this after Sugar Facial Scrub

Oatmeal Facial Mask to Combat Dry Skin


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-          3 tablespoon of plain oatmeal

-          1 tablespoon of honey

-          1 tablespoon of milk


Mix all the ingredients together in a blender and smear it over clean skin. Let the mask dry off in about 15minutes before rinsing it off with cold water. Place a layer of moisturizing cream after washing to lock in moisture.


Oatmeal Facial Mask to Combat Oily Skin


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-          1 tablespoon of natural yogurt

-          1 tablespoon of plain oatmeal

Mix both ingredients together so it will form a paste. Using a foundation brush, apply a thick layer of the mixture on the face and allow it to set in for 25 minutes. Rinse it off with warm water. The oatmeal helps absorb oily, leaving a fresh set of skin.

Cucumber Mask for Refreshing Skin


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-          1 whole cucumber

-          ½ cup of plain yogurt

-          1 spoon of milk powder

Remove the skin of the cucumber and cut it into little cubes. Remove the seeds. Put all the little cucumber cubes into the blender or food processor. Add yogurt and then milk powder. Blend till it is a smooth and thick substance. Not too thin or runny. Smear on clean face for 10-15 minutes. Rinse it off with a splash of cold water.

Baking Soda Mask for the Acne


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-          1 teaspoon baking soda

-          1/3 teaspoon water

You don’t need much of this. Mix both the ingredients and apply it directly to your blemish using your clean hands. Leave it on for 5 minutes and then it will dry up and starts to flake.  Rinse it off with water and apply face lotion as usual. The baking soda mixture would help dry out the blemishes.


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