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Home Made Facial Mask

Have some extra cocoa or chocolate bars laying around? Then you have the main ingredient for a facial mask! Chocolate is full of anioxidants which help prevent and repair skin cell damage. A chocolate facial can leave your face feeling soft and looking younger (and is yummy to smell while on your skin!)

To make this facial:

Melt a few squares of dark chocolate in a saucepan. Remove from heat and let cool until the chocolate is warm (not hot!) to the touch. Smooth on face and relax for about 20 minutes. Rinse and enjoy the soft glowing skin you see in the mirror.

You can add other ingredients to this basic facial as well, such as oatmeal (great for exfoliating the skin) and honey( for cleansing and opening clogged pores.) Also, you can use cocoa instead of chocolate bars-- just mix the cocoa with honey and oatmeal in a blender. Smooth the mixture on your face and rinse after 20 minutes.

Please be sure to check for any allergic reactions before applying any facial masks. Simply test the mixture on a small area of your leg or arm. If you do have any adverse reaction while mixture is on your face, rinse immediately.

Comments

FindSavings said…
Alright, when I first read this post I did not believe it. Chocolate facial mask? I am going to try it despite being pretty skeptical. I figure worse case scenario I smell sweet for a day...lol. Cheesy joke. I always wondered how people figure these things out, so how do you figure these things out? Reminds me of the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding, the dad and his Windex. I have not tried that one out, but as you can tell, my curiosity is still there!

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