Got dry skin? Looking for a natural fix, check out today’s DIY that features a couple of ingredients to smooth and revive dry, irritated and dull skin with our quick Wild Oat & Honey DIY Facial Mask that’s all about restoring some calm, moisture and radiance back to our skin and with any DIY featured on A Modern Girl Recommends this is going to be quick, easy and great for us so stay tuned and let’s whip up a batch of this skin rescue mask.
What you’ll need
Lavender Essential Oil
Spatula or spoon
Add 1/4 of a cup of rolled oats into a mortar and if you do not have a mortar don’t sweat it, you can use a food processor or blender which will suffice just fine in this step start by blending or grinding the oats until the oats take on a powder like consistency and then transfer the oats into a separate bowl.
Add 3 tablespoons of pure honey to the oats and combine.
Now add eight drops of pure lavender essential oil to your mixture along with 4 to 5 tablespoons of rosewater or slightly warmed water and then give the mixture a stir to combine and your mask is ready for use.
Apply the Wild Oat & Honey DIY Facial Mask only onto clean, dry skin and leave on for 10 minutes before rinsing with lukewarm water. This mask can be used once a week.
Tips and Tricks
- The Wild Oat & Honey DIY Facial Mask can sometimes become a bit sticky, making it slightly challenging to apply onto the skin and when or if this happens just add slightly warmed water to the mixture and this will help the mask to evenly and effortlessly to apply onto the skin.
- Mix things up a bit by adding different essential oils to your mask.
- The Wild Oat & Honey DIY Facial Mask should only be made in small batches.
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