Ditch the chemicals & keep the glow!
In recent years there seems to have been an increase in at-home peels, chemical exfoliators, and some seriously strong actives. But at the same time, I have many clients coming to me with sensitised and irritated skin. Mainly from using too many actives and chemical exfoliators.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was something more gentle, natural but still effective that you could use at home?
We have come up with own natural face peel recipe using completely natural and gentle ingredients. And it’s super easy to make yourself. I guarantee it will make your skin feel smooth and glowing!
Before I share the recipe, lets talk about the benefits. Using natural enzymes this mask will help to soften, loosen and remove dead skin cells, helping to unblock your pores. The clay will draw out impurities whilst the green tea is full of antioxidants to help keep your skin clear!
This mask is suitable for most skin types, except very sensitive or irritated skin.
Simply massage it into your face, leave it for 15 mins, then wash off. Easy! Your skin will instantly glow and will feel smoother and more radiant. Now who doesn’t want that?
So What’s In It?
These natural ingredients can have great results, without the harsh, aggravating side effects of over-the-counter chemical serums. They are also easy to source (you probably have some of at home already).
Use once a week to give your skin a refreshed, glowing look and feel.
- 1tspn loose green tea (from a tea bag is fine)
- 1tspn bentonite clay
- 1tspn soft brown sugar
- 2 drops Radiance Face Oil
- Aprox. 1 tspn freshly squeezed orange juice (add until you get a smooth texture).
Simply mix all the ingredients and massage into your face and leave for 15 mins. Wash it off with warm water and a flannel. Follow with your toner and your favourite Nude Goose face cream!
It’s time to ditch those harsh chemicals and treat your skin to some natural TLC.
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