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Have you ever tried using Yogurt as a facial?
Yogurt has many benefits for your skin and can be used as a facial, use alone or add honey, raw honey if available.
Yogurt facial can moisturize the skin surface if you have a dry skin type, but can also clog your skin pores especially if you have oily skin because of the milk fat and cream in it. People with acne and skin breakouts need to stay away from dairy products.
No, I can't say that I have ever used yogurt as a facial, but I have been tempted to try it! I have used egg whites on my face when I was in high school to control my acne. Yogurt has some moisturizing qualities and would also aid in closing pores.
Yes! Yogurt and honey is my favorite DIY facial! I believe the yogurts with higher fat content are more moisturizing, at least seem to be so. Try Greek yogurt!
Yes, I used plain yogurt with strawberries. The strawberries were supposed to have the effect of an astringent. It was very soothing.
by Lisa Brown5 years ago
Do you have a special facial cleansing and moisturizing routine?
by Mary2 years ago
What are the best moisturizing lotions for dry, sensitive skin?My skin has been terribly dry this summer, but I have a hard time finding moisturizing lotions, that don't breakout my skin.
by Ashley Allard7 years ago
I am loving how beneficial Greek yogurt is to my health. It is soooo good. I'm eating it like everyday. Just plain yogurt with strawberries or blueberries mixed in is the best. Is anybody loving it the way I am?
by wrenfrost565 years ago
Does moisturizing help combat a saggy neck?Some people have young looking faces but old persons neck, does anyone know why this is?
by Nira Perkins4 years ago
What is the best moisturizing lotion for really dry skin?Something that absorbs well and is not too runny.
by Cynthia Calhoun6 years ago
Have you ever tried dyeing your hair with henna?I've heard that the real stuff is really good for hair.
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