Peaches are originally from China, but now they grow all over the world in places like North and South America in peach orchards. Many people enjoy eating these tasty tender sweet juicy drupe fruits ripened to perfection as they are while other people enjoy using them to make pies, jams and teas. However, when peach picking season comes along I get ready to make my homemade moisturizing peach facial mask, which helps tighten up large pores, nourishes and softens the skin, rids dark circles under the eyes and rejuvenates the skin when it is tired and stressed. The mask is even the perfect mask to use to brighten up the skin due to all the vitamin C and A peaches contain.
Ingredients Needed to Make the Moisturizing Peach Facial Mask
When I make my moisturizing peach facial mask, I use pure natural ingredients such as freshly picked pureed peaches, honey, aloe gel from an aloe plant and vitamin E cream. Now, you know why I use the peaches in my moisturizing peach facial mask, but your probably wondering why I use honey, aloe and vitamin E cream. The reason I use honey in the mask is because it contains minerals, vitamins, antioxidants and healing properties in it that help fight acne, blackheads and other kinds of blemishes while the aloe helps purify, nourish and soothe the skin with because it to contains healing vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. The reason I use vitamin E cream is to help thicken up the mask, make it more moisturizing and to provide a powerful antioxidant that is going to help reverse and prevent signs of aging naturally. Now, you can easily find these basic ingredients in a grocery store, but I prefer to pick my own peaches and use pure aloe from an aloe plant along with farm fresh honey from a bee farm and simply pick up pure vitamin E cream from my herbal shop. I find the fresher and purer the ingredients are the better the mask works for moisturizing, rejuvenating and healing the skin.
Making the Peach Facial Mask
The easiest way I find to make my peach facial mask is by taking two tablespoons of freshly pureed peaches, a tablespoon of honey, a teaspoon of fresh aloe gel and four tablespoons of vitamin E cream and combining the ingredients together in a small glass dish using a spoon. I typically mix the ingredients together until I get a peachy colored mask that is slightly thick and creamy in texture with a heavenly sweet peach scent that is very uplifting. After, I take it into the bathroom to use right away. However, if you do not have time to use the mask right away you can place the mask in an airtight container and store the mask in the refrigerator for up to three days until you are ready to use the mask. Instead of the facial mask, a mini facelift Michigan is quick and easy for the person. The removal of the fat from the skin will be effective and easy.
Using the Facial Mask
The first thing I highly recommend doing before applying the moisturizing peach facial mask is wash and exfoliate your face well so the mask will have an easier time soaking right into the skin to nourish and moisturize it better. Once your face is clean, you can apply the mask using your fingers until your face is coated in a nice even layer, or you can take a large clean cosmetic brush and brush the mask onto your skin that way. I prefer using the brush because it feels good to use when apply the mask and it helps me coat every inch of my skin a lot better. After, the mask is applied it is best to leave it own for up to thirty minutes, but I enjoy an hour especially when my skin is dry so the mask really has time to absorb into the skin and nourish it back to beauty and health. Once the time is up it is best to rinse the mask off with plenty of warm water and a washcloth. After, you should notice your skin looking plump and hydrated, soft and silky smooth in texture and glowing with radiance as well as smaller pores and less blackheads.
The End Notes
If you have dried out skin, my moisturizing peach facial mask is the mask to use at least two to three times per week to help keep skin moisturized, youthful and beautiful naturally. However, those allergic to peaches or any other ingredient or ingredients in this facial mask should not use it at all for beautifying purposes. Those who do use the mask I hope you enjoy the beautifying benefits you will receive from it and remember eating peaches to can help provide the body with the nutrients it needs to keep your skin looking good from the inside out as well.