You want something that gives enough coverage without totally covering you up. Look for oil-free products if you have especially oily skin, and opt for moisturizing foundations or tinted creams if you’re on the drier side. Steer clear of the matte finishes. If you go too matte, it starts to look like makeup and not skin.
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Lemons are filled with AHA’s and BHA’s which remove dead skin cells and help clear up blackheads, ACNE, and discoloration, while honey is a natural antioxidant and antibacterial.
To prep your skin before any face mask, pour boiling hot water in a bowl and stand above it letting the steam open your pores. Mix one tablespoon of organic raw honey and half a squeezed lemon in to a bowl and apply all over your face, avoiding the eye area. Now, let your skin soak up all this goodness for 15-30 minutes (depending on how sensitive your skin is). Wash away with warm water, finishing with one splash of cold water to close your pores. Pat gently with a towel to dry. Let your skin breathe for the rest of the day, or follow up with your favorite moisturizer/serum.
What you’ll need:
- ½ Organic Lemon
- 1 tbsp. Organic Raw Honey
- Mixing Bowl
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