Monday, December 3, 2018

DIY Sheet Masks





Making your own DIY sheet mask is very simple and very inexpensive. Doing it yourself allows you to customize the mask to your particular skin type or need.

Using the Sheet Mask First, prepare your skin by cleansing your face. Follow up by applying an alcohol-free toner. Spread the prepared soaking solution on your face and neck. Pour the soaking solution over a dry sheet mask, and let sit until it swells. Gently wring it out until the mask is no longer dripping. Apply the sheet to your face, starting at the forehead and moving toward the chin. Wear for 10-15 minutes. Do not let the mask dry on your face, and rewet as needed. Unless you have purchased a mask with ear loops, it is best to lie down while using. Remove the spent mask sheet and tap excess solution into your skin. There is no need to rinse the skin afterwards. Sheet Mask Soaking Solution Recipe Follow these directions to make a soothing botanical based potion that will refresh and hydrate thirsty skin. What you’ll need… 1 tablespoon aloe vera juice or gel (or herbal tea – see note below) 1 tablespoon watermelon rind extract 1 teaspoon rose geranium hydrosol 10 drops rosehip oil 3 drops plant-derived squalane oil (optional) 5 drops snail mucin (optional)

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 Using the Sheet Mask First, prepare your skin by cleansing your face. Follow up by applying an alcohol-free toner. Spread the prepared soaking solution on your face and neck. Pour the soaking solution over a dry sheet mask, and let sit until it swells. Gently wring it out until the mask is no longer dripping. Apply the sheet to your face, starting at the forehead and moving toward the chin. Wear for 10-15 minutes. Do not let the mask dry on your face, and re-wet as needed. Unless you have purchased a mask with ear loops, it is best to lie down while using. Remove the spent mask sheet and tap excess solution into your skin. There is no need to rinse the skin afterwards. Sheet Mask Soaking Solution Recipe Follow these directions to make a soothing botanical based potion that will refresh and hydrate thirsty skin. What you’ll need… 1 tablespoon aloe vera juice or gel (or herbal tea – see note below) 1 tablespoon watermelon rind extract 1 teaspoon rose geranium hydrosol 10 drops rosehip oil 3 drops plant-derived squalane oil (optional)

 Mask Soaking Solution Recipe Follow these directions to make a soothing botanical based potion that will refresh and hydrate thirsty skin. What you’ll need… 1 tablespoon aloe vera juice or gel (or herbal tea – see note below) 1 tablespoon watermelon rind extract 1 teaspoon rose geranium hydrosol 10 drops rosehip oil 3 drops plant-derived squalane oil (optional) 5 drops snail mucin (optional)



2. Place the lid on tightly and shake until emulsified. This recipe makes one batch and is best used the same day. Note: If using tea instead of aloe vera juice, pour boiling water over selected herbs and steep, covered, for 10 minutes. Strain and cool tea to room temperature before use. Now we’d love to hear from you. What is your favorite herb for skin care? Have you ever used a sheet mask? Let us know in the comments below. You can Make Your own combinations
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Using the Sheet Mask First, prepare your skin by cleansing your face. Follow up by applying an alcohol-free toner. Spread the prepared soaking solution on your face and neck. Pour the soaking solution over a dry sheet mask, and let sit until it swells. Gently wring it out until the mask is no longer dripping. Apply the sheet to your face, starting at the forehead and moving toward the chin. Wear for 10-15 minutes. Do not let the mask dry on your face, and rewet as needed. Unless you have purchased a mask with ear loops, it is best to lie down while using. Remove the spent mask sheet and tap excess solution into your skin. There is no need to rinse the skin afterwards. Sheet Mask Soaking Solution Recipe Follow these directions to make a soothing botanical based potion that will refresh and hydrate thirsty skin. What you’ll need… 1 tablespoon aloe vera juice or gel (or herbal tea – see note below) 1 tablespoon watermelon rind extract 1 teaspoon rose geranium hydrosol 10 drops rosehip oil 3 drops plant-derived squalane oil (optional) 5 drops snail mucin (optional)

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Text from https://learningherbs.com/remedies-recipes/diy-sheet-mask/
Copyright © 2018 LearningHerbs.
Using the Sheet Mask First, prepare your skin by cleansing your face. Follow up by applying an alcohol-free toner. Spread the prepared soaking solution on your face and neck. Pour the soaking solution over a dry sheet mask, and let sit until it swells. Gently wring it out until the mask is no longer dripping. Apply the sheet to your face, starting at the forehead and moving toward the chin. Wear for 10-15 minutes. Do not let the mask dry on your face, and rewet as needed. Unless you have purchased a mask with ear loops, it is best to lie down while using. Remove the spent mask sheet and tap excess solution into your skin. There is no need to rinse the skin afterwards. Sheet Mask Soaking Solution Recipe Follow these directions to make a soothing botanical based potion that will refresh and hydrate thirsty skin. What you’ll need… 1 tablespoon aloe vera juice or gel (or herbal tea – see note below) 1 tablespoon watermelon rind extract 1 teaspoon rose geranium hydrosol 10 drops rosehip oil 3 drops plant-derived squalane oil (optional) 5 drops snail mucin (optional)

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Copyright © 2018 LearningHerbs.
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