3 Facial masks to do with items you have at home
When thinking about aesthetic treatments it is common to think that they are only possible in clinics with high-tech resources. In fact it is true that when we are going to do some procedure it is important to have professional confidence giving the necessary guidelines. After all, it's our health that is at stake.
But there are some techniques we can do at home without putting our health at risk and getting good results. Some facial masks are made with natural products. And the best we have at home. Yes, inside your refrigerator or dispenser there are also items that can help you take care of the health of your skin.
To guide which ingredients can be useful for making face masks, My Life talked with the phytotherapist and aesthetics teacher. Sueli Marini, from the Body Movement Clinic (SP).
It is important to remember that masks do not replace dermatological or aesthetic treatments. Also, it is important to inform any changes you notice on your skin. Sueli also says that it is best to use the mask at least once a week and not more than that.
Here's the recipe she gave for different skin problems.
One good tip to improve the appearance of the skin is the oatmeal mask. In addition to being a very nutritious food, it is also rich in silicon and protein, which contributes to skin renewal.
- 1 tablespoon of oats
- 500 ml of natural yoghurt
- 1 spoon (coffee) of honey
Mix the ingredients and remain with the mask for 20 minutes. Remove with cold water.
Acne and cloves
Who has acne and cloves can use the clay mask to complement the dermatological treatment. Clay has several properties: it is antioxidant, dry, astringent, rebuilding, antiseptic and detoxifying. Therefore, it can be used to treat acne, after cleansing the skin, to improve cellulite (because it activates blood circulation), tissue flaccidity and seborrhea, among other uses.
- 1 tablespoon of clay
- 1 cup of basil
- 20 drops of propolis
Method of preparation
Dissolve the clay in the basil tea until it thickens. Then add 20 drops of propolis. Rinse with cold water.
Açaí is considered one of the most potent anti-aging foods worldwide. The intense purple fruit is an arsenal of nutrients such as vitamins (A, E, D, K, B1, B2, C), minerals (calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron), amino acids, antioxidants and essential oils. It is rich in polyphenols that act directly on the health of blood vessels and detonate free radicals, those responsible for aging and skin damage.
- 1 tablespoon soybean powder
- 1 Açaí pulp
- 10 drops of propolis
Method of preparation
Combine the soybean with the açaí pulp until cream point and add 10 drops of propolis. Apply the mask still chilled.
When we think of aesthetic beauty and self-esteem, we soon think of aesthetic treatment and plastic surgery. After all, with the evolution of technology and science, procedures are becoming more secure and delivering more satisfactory results. In the case of facial rejuvenation, plastic surgeries do play a fundamental role, helping to attenuate the signs of aging, reduce wrinkles in the forehead or around the eyes, reduce eyebrows , removing excess skin, among others.
Cuticle is the small strip of skin at the base of the nail and that seals the point of connection between nails and body. The way it overlaps the nail blade helps close this gap between skin and nail. Without this fence, the fingers would be more susceptible to infections with viruses and bacteria. The cuticles also help protect the new keratin cells that develop to extend the length of the nails.