A simple face mask that moisturises and plumps up skin to look beautiful.


Material

  • 1 Small Banana
  • 1 Teaspoon Extra - Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 Tablespoon Overcooked Rice
  • 1 Teaspoon Fresh Lemon Juice
  • 1 Teaspoon Raw Honey
  • 5 drops Clove Essential Oil

Method

  1. Mix well and apply to clean, damp skin.

Notes... Great for a girls night or a weekend pick me up for your skin.

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There seems to be so much pressure out in the world – whether it be on the web, the millions of parenting books we think we need or even from fellow parents – that we need to be perfect parents, she wants to show that this simply is not true.

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  • This sounds great, and so simple! I love face masks!

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  • I’ve actually never made a DIY face mask despite loving beauty products!

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  • Love! Natural organic and super easy.

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  • Such am interesting recipe for a mask. Have never seen one with rice or clove oil. I can see how the clove oil would help to plump your skin, particularly when combined with the other ingredients.

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  • oh I wish I had some clove oil I would be making this tonight! – I so need a skin pick me up with this winter being particularly chilly and the heaters drying everything out – best go get some clove oil tomorrow!

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  • The mask sound’s wonderful and all the ingredients are at home,thanks!

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  • How clever it would be cheaper and healthy to use this face mask on your skin. Wow I love reading beauty tips like this!

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  • I adore recipes for face masks and love to pamper my skin – always feels so good after a treatment.

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  • Sounds like it would smell great might have to give it a go.

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  • Sounds interesting ..though I would have liked to have seen the actual mix on the face.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe though.

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  • Oh, I can’t stand banana’s smell. Not something for me! :-)

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