Honey Face Masks

A  Honey Face Masks can do wonders for acne on your skin. And with all that, it is a completely natural and a cheap variant!

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Honey has for long been valued for its health benefits and used to treat wounds and skin injuries. Honey is a powerful antibiotic that also kills bacteria resistant to other antibiotics. Bacteria are the cause of pimples on your face, combined with excess sebum and dead skin cells accumulated in pores.
Honey is a sticky substance, that is the stickiness that is useful for the face. It extracts and excesses the sebum and impurities from the pores.
Honey Face Masks contains a lot of B-complex vitamins that are necessary for healthy and radiant skin.
If you have pimples, oily skin and a problem with clogged pores, then this mask is perfect for you.
This is necessary:
~3 spoons of honey
~half a teaspoon of cinnamon.
Mix 3 spoons of honey and half a teaspoon of cinnamon and just apply it on the face and leave it on for at least half an hour.
This mask is not one of those recommended for everyday use. Use it a maximum of 2 times a week if your acne problem is severe. On other days, use only to face honey.

Warning~

If you have very, very sensitive skin, you should know that cinnamon can cause irritation. In that case, always test anything you put on the skin on your forearm first, and do the same with this Honey Face Masks. Read also about Aloe Vera elixir of youth.

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  1. Thanks. Honey is amazing! I’ll remember that for others. We just found some honey bees in our concrete wall and are trying to trap them out and create a hive. fingers crossed it works and I can make a mask with our honey..

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