Friday, August 19, 2016

Rose, Honey & Sage Face-mask

 Rose, Honey & Sage Facemask

Hi Loves!
Last but not least I have the final D.I.Y homemade beauty project here to share with you lovely readers. This one is great for these hot summer days when we get too much sun exposure and need to restart or refresh your skin. It's so good to use face masks weekly, it helps keep our cells regenerating properly aiding it along keeping our healthy glow. When made with natural organic products our skin and well beings especially love the pure goodness of the ingredients we put onto and into our bodies. Since this is the last of my beauty homemade series feel free to comment below or email me for your thoughts and input. If not, that's okay too, I hope you can benefit from this series and maybe I've left you feeling inspired and curious about homemade remedies. They're not all the difficult to make and are super rewarding to use. Also on a side note, I wanted to mention that this series is NOT sponsored, I just simply wanted to share my own take on these delightful beauty products.
 *Please feel free to share your comments and tell us what you like to use for this type of handmade beauty product. I'd love to hear, I hope your week is going well.

-Fresh local organic shredded sage
(A small handful will do) or substitute for 5 drops of Sage essential oil
-1/2 cup of Rosewater
-1/2 cup of local raw organic honey
-Fresh rose petals are torn into small bits or substitute for a Rose essential oil

All ingredients in a small non-porous bowl like the stainless steel bowl used in the images above. With this face mask, a little bit goes a long way to a small amount of this is all you’ll need when actually applying the mask to your own face. Once the ingredients are very well mixed together put into an airtight jar or container but a jar works better and store in the fridge until use. When applying this facemask I’ve learned that using a small spatula or spoon works really well to the face. Let it sit for 10 minutes then rinse with warm water and go about your regular skin care regimen. On a side note I think it’s a given here but be sure to clean and wash your face before applying this facemask. This will not expire soon if store in the fridge, it should last 3-4 weeks.


All images above were taken and edited with Julie Jones my creative partner in this project. Check out her site for more:

- Jordy


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