Unique Recipes for Facial Masks with Oatmeal
These traditional and unique recipes for facial masks with oatmeal will help you keep your skin healthy individuals for many years. Today I’ll show you how to make these means in a matter of minutes from the comfort of your own kitchen.
The Mask of Oatmeal for Normal and Combination Skin
You need to stir one large tablespoon of dry oatmea in a small amount of yogurt. Properly cooked mixture should be of medium density (as a liquid cream). After that, one teaspoon of liquid honey and the same amount of high-quality olive oil should be added to this mask. Mix all thoroughly and apply it evenly on your face. After fifteen minutes should wash off the mask with cold water or warm infusion of chamomile drug . This mask moisturizes , refreshing and cleansing the skin.
The Nourishing Mask of Oatmeal for Dry Skin
To prepare this mask you need to pour the hot milk (so that it is completely covered flakes, but not more than) one large spoonful of oatmeal. Now you need to cover the container with a mixture of dense cover and leave to infuse for ten – fifteen minutes. The resulting warm porridge should be evenly applied to the face for fifteen – twenty minutes and then wash it off the remnants of warm tap water.
The Refreshing Mask of Oatmeal for Oily and Combination Skin
Stir a large spoon of dry oatmea with a spoon of sour cream with low-fat. In the mixture , add one – two teaspoons of fresh lemon juice and apply this mask to the face for fifteen minutes, then wash your face with warm water.
The Oatmeal Mask for Oily Skin with Acne and Blackheads
One table spoon of oatmeal should be diluted in clean warm water to the state of smooth sour cream and add a few drops of any essential oil, and then put it on the steam water bath for 5 minutes. Slightly chilled mask apply on gauze and apply to the face to dry mixture. Remnants of the mask rinse under running water. For best effect, this mask should be used for at least two – three times per week. The essential oil in the recipe can be replaced with olive or mustard oils.