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Save Money with DIY Oatmeal Facials

By Shaira Montis

Skin treatments with natural ingredients are preferred by many people. Why spend money at the spa when ingredients in your kitchen cupboards can give you the same results? People use homemade facials to save money or because they are sensitive to the chemicals found in most mass produced products. For others, the natural ingredients are the main reason for making their own. Regardless of your reason for making your own facials, try those that use oatmeal which is great for the skin. Try using one or more of the following oatmeal facial recipes.

The first one is a teaspoon of olive oil, an egg white and 1/2 cup cooked oatmeal. Mix the ingredients well to be sure the egg white is thoroughly combined with the other ingredients. Next add only a drop or two of lemon juice and again mix. Once all of these ingredients have been mixed well you’ll have a pretty good paste. Wash your face. Cleaning the neck should be part of this routine too. Use the mixture you just created to mask your face and neck for your facial to begin. Be careful not to get it in your eyes. This mixture will work best if you leave it on for up to half an hour. Take a warm damp cloth and remove the mix from your skin before washing with warm water.

The next method involves cooked oats and plain yogurt. Be sure that you mash the cooked oats as you mix the ingredients together. The oats should be broken down thoroughly prior to application. If you like a thinner mixture try adding a touch more yogurt or some milk to thin it to your liking. Let this mixture sit after spreading on the skin but avoiding eyes for just a few minutes. Once this mask dries rinse it with warm water. Now apply your regular moisturizer.

One other recipe involves tomatoes, oatmeal, and lemon juice. Mix all of these together until pasty. Start with freshly cleansed face.

You can now apply the mix onto your face and neck. This should sit for ten minutes and then be rinsed off with warm water. Oatmeal can be use in various great ways to help improve your skin. Oatmeal is highly recommended for homemade facials by many skin care specialists. But these facial recipes are just the beginning, because there are thousands available especially by studying the hydroxatone reviews.

Shaira Montis has been practicing medication for treating skin problems including solutions for a baby skin care using some of the best beauty products like the prevage for almost 12 years. She knows how to do with obtaining a highly beautiful, looking young skin through applying it with the lifecell skin care as the best, fast and effective solution ever.

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Montis, Shaira "Save Money with DIY Oatmeal Facials." Save Money with DIY Oatmeal Facials. 18 Oct. 2012. 12 Sep 2014 <>.

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