Homemade Moisturizing Rosehip Oil Mask : Great For Treating Dry Skin

Rosehip OilFace MAsk As we always say, dry skin is a sin and is the root of all wrinkles. So, if you’re faced with some rough, red, dry, and even potentially itchy patches, then moisturizing is a must. But aside from your daily cream or whatever you use as a part of your beauty routine, essential oils, the right ones anyway, can definitely be a big help. When it comes to adding essential oils to your skincare, sure, you could always just directly apply a few drops onto your skin, but if you wanna enhance the benefits, and if you’re feeling a little bit crafty and creative, then a little DIY is just the thing for you. This time we’ll be covering a simple three ingredient homemade moisturizing rosehip oil mask that is easy and effective for treating dry skin. Interested? Everything you need to know is right here.

What You Need:

  • 2 Drops of Rosehip Oil (Always choose organic!)
  • 2 Teaspoons Yogurt (Preferably plain.)
  • 1 Teaspoon Honey (Remember, just like chocolate, when choosing honey, the darker, the better!)

What To Do:

The first two ingredients that you will be working with are the yogurt and the honey. You wanna take both in a bowl and get mixing. Mix until both are well blended together. Once you have a nice consistency, simply add your rosehip oil. 2 drops should suffice, but you can always go up to 3 if you like. Mix again. Mix well. Easy breezy! You have your very own homemade moisturizing rosehip oil mask ready to be applied. Now, before you spread the mask on your face, make sure that it is nice and clean to begin with. As always, wash your face first then pat dry. Next, take your homemade mask and simply apply evenly all over your face and neck. Do so in a gentle, circular motion focusing on problem areas. Let it sit for a good 15 minutes. You can use this time to clean up the little mess that you might have made or just sit back, heck lie down even, and just relax. After the 15 minute wait, rinse off thoroughly with cool if not cold water. Again, pat dry.

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