This mask combines the skin brightening effects of vitamin C with the sun damage reversing properties of avocado. Use at the change of seasons when sun exposure is low to improve the appearance of sunspots. The brighter complexion mask is a skin rejuvenator that will help plump the skin.And avocado is extremely rich and nourishing powerful source of poly and unsaturated fatty acids, which makes this formula highly beneficial for both mature and dry skin.
Begin preparing your gauze strips by laying the gauze in double layers and cutting it in rectangles for forehead and neck and in four circles for the cheeks. Mash the peach and avocado together with a fork. Add on zest and lemon juice and mix well. Sprinkle and blend in ground out as needed to reduce dripping.Then spread on the precast double layers of gauze and place the gauze strips over forehead, cheeks and neck. It is also okay to spread the mixture directly on the skin. Just make sure to avoid the eye area. Also avoid using retinoids – tretinoin compared to retinol can cause face purging and redness.
Leave the mask on for 15 minutes unless any kind of bothersome tingling occurs. Remove the gauze pads and rinse abundantly with warm water.Finally,pat the face dry with a face towel and after all this follow with a moisturizer and a high as they have sunscreen even during winter. The best sunscreen is biodegradable so make sure to choose environmentally friendly sunscreen that is also very healthy for your face and your body.Repeat of a weekly basis over a month for best results. And avoid products with niacinamide and retinol right after.
This formula is engineered with multiple skin needs in mind. While its brightening powers are powered by lemon juice which boosts skin with vitamin C, almond meal acts as a mild exfoliator, creating this newer and brighter skin. Olive oil and glycerin confer softness and moisture, alongside the royal jelly, which takes this amazing two-in-one mask to a whole new level. This is why the results of this tone unifying masks are impressive, especially when used twice weekly for a month.