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How to make a facial mask for Christmas

Updated on May 9, 2011

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make your xmas facial mask yourself

Christmas is a special season for everybody, including the non-Christians alike. One thing that makes Christmas a unique festival, is the fact that it is been celebrated at the end of the year, when every year activities are coming to an end.

To the adult, Christmas is a time to spend with a loved one, to the aged, it is a time to meditate on the Biblical promises of a stress-free life, and to the kid, it is a jolly period; expectation of the Santa clause, Xmas outfits, pizza and the decoration of homes with jingle bells. In fact, to make it short, Christmas is a happy period for all.

As a way of showing our happiness, we need to look good; this is why Christmas season is characterized with mass-shopping in the cities, vacation making to memorable places, etc. Then how do we look good? This is where my topic comes in; how to make your facial mask for Christmas.

Facial mask adds beauty to our beauty, it helps to edify our looks, and it makes us to look trendier, especially for the ladies. Now let me ask you, how do you feel when you have blemishes, wrinkles and spots on your face; do you feel great or rejected?

Anyway, I have not come to discuss wrinkles and spots on the face, but I have come to reveal to you, the steps you need to take to make your Xmas facial mask, no side effect, no chemical, every thing you need is within your garden. I tried it on a cousin, and a friend tried it too, it all worked for them.

I know you must have been wondering, why I am giving this information out for no cost, it is because we are in the season of Christmas, a season of freebies, and for the fact that you are on hubpages. Now back to business, how to make a facial mask for Christmas.

If you are ready to prepare this magic facial mask, then you must have oatmeal, a pawpaw, honey, cucumber and Aloe Vera.

Procedure:

Mix a considerable amount of cooked oatmeal with pure honey, allow the mixture to cool, then apply on the face for about 20 minutes. Or form a paste with ripe soft pawpaw, spread it on the face, leave for about 20-25 minutes, rinse off with lukewarm water. Repeat twice every day for at least two weeks and check out the result.

Alternatively:

Blend a considerable amount of cucumber with honey; add egg (remove the yolk) and Aloe Vera, stir all the contents together, apply morning and night for at least two weeks and watch the blemishes disappear like magic.

Merry Christmas to you all!!

make your facial mask yourself

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    • accofranco profile imageAUTHOR

      accofranco 

      7 years ago from L Island

      @julie,thanks for that contribution. I hope you will try it? Thanks

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      Julie 

      7 years ago

      a pawpaw is another name for a papaya

    • accofranco profile imageAUTHOR

      accofranco 

      8 years ago from L Island

      You are welcomed Lady_E, how was your Xmas celebrations and how are you planning for your new year's celebrations ahead? anyway, i was glad to read your comment, it inspires me to write more, Thanks. and please do give me a feedback on the outcome of your trial.

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      6inchboot 

      8 years ago

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      Elena 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Thanks, very useful tips - Must give it a try.

      Regards.

    • accofranco profile imageAUTHOR

      accofranco 

      8 years ago from L Island

      hello Dame, i was so glad to hear from you, anyway, pawpaw is a fruit it is very popular, green in color when unriped and yellow when riped. i guess you must have remembered it by now, oatmeal and honey are good for facials, thanks for reading.

      Philipo, i am glad you came to know about it now, i hope you teach others.thanks for making out time to read and comment.

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      Philipo 

      8 years ago from Nigeria

      Nice hub. I never know how facial masks are made. Thanks for sharing.

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      Dame Scribe 

      8 years ago from Canada

      I am not sure what pawpaw is but I enjoy oatmeal and honey facials. :) great tips!

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