Aspirin mask

One of the masks easier to do and that is very effective is the aspirin mask. It is specially designed for all those who have an oily face, with clogged pores or tired skin as it will leave the face radiant and exfoliated. It is essential that we do not have an allergy to the main component of the aspirin, acetylsalicylic acid. This acid comes from something as natural as the bark of willows and is beneficial for blood circulation, minor annoyances or headaches. Now with this mask they can also be useful too, for the skin leaving it clean and sparkling.

To make our homemade aspirin mask we need two or three aspirin, for an natural yogurt, a saucer to put the mixture and a teaspoon honey (optional). The first thing we have to do is put the two or three aspirins on the plate and with the help of a little water we crush them with our finger until they break up into powders. It is important that we do not use a lot of water in this step since the aspirin base has to be solid to later mix it with the other ingredients. Then, we pour the content of a natural yogurt into the crushed aspirin and stir well until it is well mixed. And, finally, we add a teaspoon of honey, since this ingredient has enzymes that make our skin rejuvenate. The mixture is put on our face for 15 minutes and is removed with warm water making circles so that it is exfoliates better our skin.

Next we put on a moisturizing cream, and you will notice how your skin is very soft and hydrated. The mask is put on with the clean face, so we have to clean it before using it so that the effect is greater.

We have tried it and it really leaves the face extra soft, perfect for dry skin after shaving. In addition, it is an easy and very cheap mask. Do you try it?

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