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Avocado and honey face mask

Updated on November 4, 2013
avocado face mask
avocado face mask

Hydrating face mask

The Avocado and honey face mask is an awesome hydrating mask for dry flaky skin. This mask also has vitamins that help build up your skins immunity to sun damage and aging. It is also inexpensive costing under five dollars and takes only fifteen minutes to make and use.

Ingredients and tools

The tools and ingredients you will be needing are listed bellow.

  • One small avocado
  • Three Spoon fulls of honey
  • A bowl to mix the ingredients
  • Paint brush to use as an applicator
  • A warm wet wash cloth to wash off the mask

Avacado
Avacado | Source

What to do next

Once you have all the ingredients and tools you will be needing put the avocado and the honey together into a bowl. Mix the two ingredients together well until you have a paste like mixture. Rinse your face with warm water first and then gently pat dry. Your skin can absorb the vitamins in the mask when your skin is clean. Then use the paint brush to apply the mixture evenly onto your face. Let the mask sit for about ten minutes. When you are ready to remove the mask use the wash cloth to clean the mixture off your face.

Organic honey
Organic honey | Source

The benefits of using Avocado and honey in a face mask

Both avocado and honey are loaded with vitamins that are great for your skin. Honey is easily absorbed into your skin and has natural anti bacterial qualities. This combo makes it easy for honey to clean deeply into your pores. Avocado is packed with oils that give your skin a wonderful resilience to damage and locks in moisture. Honey softens the bond between new skin cells and dead ones making it easier for new healthy skin to grow. These are some of the major reasons why this face mask works so well.

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      Candy 

      3 years ago

      Back in school, I'm doing so much leainrng.

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      Candy 

      3 years ago

      Back in school, I'm doing so much leainrng.

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      avalovesya 

      4 years ago

      there is also another remedy for this. You can also mix one half of an avocado with 2 scoops of plain greek yogurt. Leave that on for about 5-10 minutes. afterwards, hop into the shower, and rinse your face off. you will have a soft new face

    • Kathryn Stratford profile image

      Kathryn 

      5 years ago from Manchester, Connecticut

      I'm going to try this soon. I usually eat avocado, but I have some that will go to waste if I don't use it soon, and I love trying out new natural masks.

      Thanks for sharing this information!

    • Brittanie2216 profile imageAUTHOR

      Brittanie Pervier 

      6 years ago from Seattle WA

      I hope you do let me know how it goes :) thank you for commenting

    • Thelma Alberts profile image

      Thelma Alberts 

      6 years ago from Germany and Philippines

      Great mask! I love to try it. Thanks for sharing.

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