Spinach – Mint Hydrating Facial Mask
Not only are our fruits great for skin, but some vegetables are fantastic for our skin. So, today, I’m going to talk about a new face recipe that contains spinach and mint.
Preparing a recipe is very simple and you can use it daily too. The spinach is full of all nutrients and mint makes your skin tasty and rosy.
- If you want to get great results, then take some stems of very fresh spinach and peppermint. If you have a kitchen garden, you can lift them early in the morning, while there is a dew on the leaves.
- Mix some honey with leaves and mix them through stability. For dry skin, you can substitute honey with the cream of fresh milk. Mix milk cream after blending the leaves. For oily skin, you can use lemon juice or tomato juice.
- The mask will be very water, so make sure it is applied in the appropriate amount and it goes below your face. Keep it covered for 15-20 minutes and wash with cold water.
- Alternatively, you can pound the leaves together (or mixed) and squeeze them to remove spinach and mint juice. Use a cotton ball to apply juice to your face or you can mix any soil (or any other) using this juice.
- You can make this mask with the remaining spinach which is not suitable for cooking.
- Do not store masks or juices. Every time you plan to use it, make the mask or juice fresh.