Mix it up

Aloha, here I shall propose something a little different. With this hot weather that we are having at the moment, and oily and dry skin can be some of the things we experience in this heat, I wanted to show you guys how to make a mask that will help with all our skin related woes. I personally have tried and tested these masks, and I love them. I think in this segment I shall propose two different types, one for oily skin and one for dry skin. Sound good?

Allora, qui vorrei proprorvi una cosa un po diversa. Vedendo che e’ estate, e con questo calore la nostra pelle ha bisogno di essere nutrito, volevo farvi vedere due maschere che potete fare e usare per aiutare i diversi problemi che affronterete in questo periodo di calore. Il primo sara’ per la pelle grassa, e l’altra e’ per la pelle secca.
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Oily skin–> The Banana Mask

1 banana
1 tbsp honey
An orange or a lemon
Mix the banana and honey together. Then add a few drops of juice from an orange or a lemon.
Finally apply to your face for 15 minutes before rinsing with a cool washcloth or a steaming warm washcloth.

1 banana
1 cucchiaio di miele
1 limone
Mischiate insieme la banana e il miele, poi aggiungete un po di gocce del succo di limone. Poi applicatelo sul vostro viso, lasciatelo per 15 minuti prima di toglierlo con un panno bagnato.

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Dry Skin –> The Avocado Mask

Avocados really moisturize the skin, which helps regenerate skin cells, and is also quick to absorb. 
Just mash up a little avocado, add to this a little bit of honey. Then blend and apply to your face. Rinse off after 10-15 minutes.

L’avocado e’ molto idratante e nutriente per la pelle, soprattutto per la pelle secca. Pestate l’avocado, finche diventa una sorta di pasta, poi aggiungete un po di miele. Applicatelo sul vostro viso e lasciatelo per 10-15 minuti. Toglietelo con acqua tiepida.

One Response to “Mix it up”
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