Homemade Facial Mask Recipes Using the 5 Elements

I have helped hundreds of women get off their expensive, designer skin care and turn to natural, homemade facial masks and skin care. The results were amazing!

Traditional Chinese Medicine looks at the 5 elements to balance skin in a natural, effective, but gentle way.

I used to be one of those people that believed that natural wasn’t powerful and I needed the popular brands of skin care to see any benefits.

With time, and wisdom, I learned that there are different natural remedies; some are really powerful and some are subtle. When you can blend your own, you can have as powerful natural remedies as you want.

Here is your guide to balancing any skin issue using 5 element homemade facial mask recipes:

  • Oily Skin, Blackheads, and Scars: Green Clay mixed with equal parts of Kaolin Clay with a drop each of rosemary, lemon, and cypress. Mix with Aloe Vera Gel until a toothpaste consistency.
  • Reddish prone, sensitive skin with small red blood vessels Red Clay mixed with equal parts of Kaolin Clay with a drop each of Ylang, Ylang, Lavender, and Rosemary. Mix with Seaweed gel until a toothpaste consistency.
  • Skin toxicity, acne: Yellow Clay mixed with Kaolin Clay and a drop each of Orange, Lemon Cypress, Juniper, and Lavender. Mix with Sesame Seed (not toasted) Oil until a toothpaste consistency.
  • Dry skin or thin skin where you can see bluish veins: Pascalite Clay mixed in equal parts with Kaolin Clay, and 1 drop each of Lemon, Eucalyptus, Miaouli, Thyme, and Lavender. Mix with Apricot Seed until a toothpaste consistency.
  • Dehydrated, wrinkled or aged skin: Black Clay mixed with equal parts dead sea mud and 1 drop each of Eucalyptus, Juniper Berry, Horsetail, and Thyme mixed with 1 teaspoon of Rosehip Seed Oil until a toothpaste consistency.

Apply your homemade facial mask to clean skin.   Apply all over, but avoid getting in your eyes. Allow to dry – anywhere from 10-20 minutes. Take a warm, wet washcloth and apply to your face to remoisten the clay. Once it is remoistened, gently remove the clay.

Finish with a couple of cold water splashes and apply Bragg’s apple cider vinegar mixed in equal parts with aloe vera liquid as a toner. Do not rinse off.

Apply a TINY amount of unfiltered coconut oil to your skin as a moisturizer. A little goes a long way!  Voila!  You now have glowing skin.  You can use these homemade facial mask recipes 1-2 times per week.

My passion is helping women live healthy, wealthy, and harmonious lives, especially after the age of 40.  I closed my physical wellness and skin care clinics in 2010 to take my information online.  I now get to blog about all of my expertise.  Want to know how I do it?  Click the link below.

 

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