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Whoever Said "Pain Is Beauty" Obviously Never had a Taste of It

Updated on August 2, 2012

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All Beauty and No Pain

People with beautilful flawless skin are plastered everywhere we look, billboards, magazines, television, even that picture of your insecure friend who suddenly looked outrageously photogenic - no matter the venue, they are there. Those people are exactly the very same individuals that single handedly motivates us to go out and spend hundred of dollars to achieve that very same goal - BEAUTY. Ever wonder what drives a person to buy expensive brands that advertise to have a grander affect yet gives the same end results? Dont worry its a rhetorical question, I mean like really who actually think about the money spent on being beautiful anyhow. Ok, maybe some of us, which is why am I here to ease your worries and keep those pockets looking just as delightuful as you shall want.


Little Time Spent

Prep time: 15 min
Ready in: 15 min
Yields: Made to apply 1 application.

What You'll Need

  • 1 Egg
  • 2 TBSP Honey
  • 1 TSP Lemon Juice

Let's Get Started

  1. In a small bowl mix the egg, honey,and lemon juice together. Make sure the mixture is free of eggshells, as it may not be comfortable when ready to apply.
  2. Mix the contents until you get a smooth creamy texture.
  3. Prior to application be sure that skin is slightly damp and most importatntly clean, this you can do by simply taking a mild soap or your choice of facial cleanser and wash your face as you regularly would.
  4. With skin dampened, apply a small amount of the mixture using fingertips starting in the center of your face such as the nose and apply without pressure gradually, under your eyes and around your lips.Be sure not to get too closs to you eyes as the lemon juice used may cause irritation.
  5. Next you would apply more mixture as needed and start from your chin, up the jawline and onto your cheeks and lastly your forehead. Your face should be completly covered at this point.
  6. Let the mask stay on your face for about 10-15 minutes.This you should do laying down or sitting back comfortably so that your facial expression can be relaxed. If you desire deep cleansing this you can use overnight,or how long as you please.
  7. After desired time has passed rinse your face with luke warm water. Pat your face dry,do not scrub. Apply desired moisturizer to prevent dryness of the skin.


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