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Simple DIY Masks To Fight Wrinkles And Fine Lines

Mask #1

This mask is designed to soften facial and neck lines.  Cleanse your face with a pure natural oil,  such as almond, sesame or olive. Rinse well with lukewarm water and pat dry. If you prefer, you can use your favorite facial cleanser.

Instructions

Prick a Vitamin E gel cap with a pin to open.  Squeeze the contents of the Vitamin E gel into a clean bowl or cup.  Use a fork to mix the Vitamin E gel with the yolk of an egg.  If possible, use an organic or free range egg.   Use clean fingertips, cotton swabs or balls to apply to the face.  Be sure to avoid the mouth in order not to swallow any of the raw egg mixture.  Also, be sure to wash your fingers with hot water and soap after you have applied the mask.

Apply to the face, especially on the lines around the eyes and any facial laugh lines.  You can also apply the mask to any lines on the neck.  Leave the mask on for at least 15 minutes.  Rinse with warm water.  Pat dry with a clean soft towel.

Do this once a week for several weeks to see a change.

Mask #2

This mask is designed to smooth out fine lines.  Before you start clean face with lukewarm water and the oil of your choice.  If you prefer, you can use your favorite facial cleanser.

Instructions

Dip 2-4 all natural chamomile tea bags (available at health food stores or online) in filtered or bottled boiling water.  Make the tea just as you would as if you were going to drink it.  Allow the tea bags to cool and then squeeze out excess water.

Lie down and apply the cooled tea bags to the eye area.  You may wish to lay a clean towel on your face to catch excess drips.   Allow the tea bags to remain on eyes for 30 to 60 minutes.

Mask #3

Cleanse your face with a pure natural oil,  such as almond, sesame or olive to remove any dirt or grim. Rinse well with lukewarm water and pat dry.

Instructions

Grate a medium raw potato and mix it with two tablespoons of sour cream.  Apply as a mask, leave on for 20 minutes.  Wash off with cool water.  Do this once a week for very best results.

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