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Strawberry and honey face mask

Updated on October 24, 2013
Pretty pink face mask
Pretty pink face mask

Refreshing mask to get rid of acne

The strawberry and honey face mask works wonders on acne and irritated skin. It only takes two all natural ingredients that are inexpensive that you may already have in your kitchen. This mask is fast and easy to use so it is an awesome skin treatment for when you are crunched for time. Using this face mask is a great way to achieve beautiful and clear skin at home.

Fresh strawberries
Fresh strawberries | Source
Honey bears
Honey bears | Source

How to make the face mask

This mask only takes two ingredients so it is easy to make. Everything you will need is listed bellow.

  • 3-4 strawberries
  • 3 spoon fulls of honey
  • Small bowl
  • Paint brush (for application)
  • Warm wet washcloth

What to do next

Once you have everything you will be needing you can get started. Take the strawberries and mash them up in the small bowl. Then add the honey to the strawberries mixing well. After the mixture is ready use the paint brush to apply to your face. Leave the mask on for about ten minutes. Then use the warm wash cloth to gently remove the mask.

The benefits of using strawberries

Strawberries have loads of vitamins that are god for your skin. Strawberries have acids in them that reduce redness and help balance the natural oils in the skin. This is why they play such a big role in getting rid of acne. Strawberries also help get rid of free radicals and sun damage. They even have qualities that help promote new healthy skin and collagen growth, this keeps you looking younger.

The benefits of using honey

Honey has natural anti bacterial qualities and is easily absorbed deep into your skin. This makes it so the honey can deep clean into your pores. Honey is great for hydration and removing sun damage. It loosens the bonds between the new and old skin cells promoting new healthy skin growth as well.

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    • Thelma Alberts profile image

      Thelma Alberts 

      5 years ago from Germany and Philippines

      Nice hub! I have made this mask before and felt so good to my skin. Thanks for reminding me this. Voted up and useful. Thanks for sharing.

    • Brittanie2216 profile imageAUTHOR

      Brittanie Pervier 

      6 years ago from Seattle WA

      Let me know how it works for you I have tried it before but I would like to see if others get the same results :)

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      Lydia 

      6 years ago

      Would love to try this honey msk this weekend and determine how my skin responds to it

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