For teenagers, it’s likely the most significant skincare issue is fighting acne. You can’t go wrong with ingredients like Tea-tree oil, Manuka honey, and Aloe Vera mixed or paired with baking soda, other oils or probiotics.
The twenties is often a very social time when the skin gets exposed to extreme environments and stress. Therefore, detoxing and hydrating is a must. Now is your chance to introduce clay masks if you’ve never used them previously. However, making a note of your skin type is critical to base your selection of ingredients.
If you’re like me, a born-again 40, you’ll be wanting as much hydration as possible. Using an oil-based mask ensures you don’t dry out the skin and we allknow how amazing Coconut Oil is with its anti-microbial properties. I love mixing Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil with organic Turmeric powder and UMF 5 - 20+ honey. These are all ingredients that I happen to cook with or have in my pantry on a regular basis. And that is the ideal. To use what you already have.
Why not systemize your dietary plan with your at-home beauty treatments?
To get the best experience and results, I’ve listed my essential rituals for masking below. Once you're armed with personal observations and an appropriate selection of ingredients, you'll refine your 'go-to' mask. As already mentioned in the cleaning blog, buying bulk dry ingredients will inevitably save. Because fresh and organic ingredients can go to waste, how about sharing the experience and cost with friends or family?
So...here’s to spending some quality time with friends, a chance to recollect yourself, and to feeding your skin goodness!
To save you energy and time we've already set the atmosphere with our Native Rituals Playlist. Get in the mood and mask the day away!