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Adios Acne♡Mask of sweetness

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Adios Acne♡Mask of sweetness

Honey is a natural antibacterial, and when applied topically can help cure acne. Cinnamon has microbial properties that can help stop the growth of bacteria and fungi, in this case, on the skin. (Please make sure you're not allergic before trying!)

♡serves one facial only
(Do not reuse in the future)

♡You will need♡

♡1 teaspoon of Cinnamon
♡ 3 teaspoons of honey (any type)

Mix well and spread on the face, avoid eye area. Leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse off.

This is the one of the best acne killer masks! Plus its 100% organic and prevent hair loss too!(: From personal experience, it works really well! What do you think? Drop some comments below!

Hope I helped♡
xo Carabelle

  • Added Jun 30, 2013

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So - Today I finally remembered to buy honey!

I bought a normal danish honey cos it is kind of paste like you discrib Manuka honey, so I hope it has the same skin benefits :)

The mask was so simpel to make, and easy to spread on my face! After a couple of minuts my skin started feeling warm and kind of prickly!

When the 15 min was up I washed the mask of, and now my skin feels so fresh, clean and still a little warm. Also it now got kind of a glow to it (look real healthy)!

I a fan of this mask, I love that its natural ingrediens and that it dosent dry out my skin as other masks tends to do.

So thank you Carabelle sweety, for introducing me to this mask :) 

Xoxo

Jul 05, 2013

Carabelle R.

No problem! Looking fab in the mask! Update me when you finally get skin fit for a princess! Hugs, Carabelle :)

Jul 01, 2013

Carabelle R.

@Sabrina I switch between regular honey and Manuka honey! Manuka is paste like and has more skin benefits, but more costly.(:

I'm going to try this :) Love natural facial masks :)

Jul 01, 2013

Carabelle R.

Do tell me if it works out honey!:)

Jul 01, 2013

Sabrina K.

I sure will :) What kind of honey do you use?