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This worked great. My DH's skin gets so dry in the winter, peeling and red blotches. Poor baby. Anyway, he was reluctant to try any sort of mask but finally gave in. I halved the recipe and there was still plenty leftover. We left it on for twenty mins. He said it tingled but didn't sting. This mask worked like a charm. His skin now looks smoother and glows just like a baby. I'm going to see if I can get him to use it once a week during the winter. DH and myself want to thank you for posting this great recipe.
A wonderful pamper yourself recipe. It makes a delicious mask that is not harsh or bad smelling/tasting. I bet this would be a great soother for a sunburn, which I always seem to get every Spring.
My skin feels wonderful. After reading the previous reviews I only made half which was plenty. I love that I can make a pampering product myself- I know what is actually in it and it really works! Fantastic! Thanks Kitz!
I made 1/2 the recipe. You really don`t need much 1 tablespoon of the finished product is enough for 1 face. It great to make for a Goddess party! After applying the tablespoons worth I ate the rest of this yummy yogurt! I did use lowfat. It`s great at tightening up the face! I did have a fresh look after rinsing and throughout the day!
Delicious! :-) Seriously, the mask was quick, easy and effective. Besides, there's no yucky taste when a bot of the mask goes into your mouth. Why spend a lot of money on those pricey cosmetics when this works just as well? I had quite a bit leftover and would suggest making a half batch, unless you want to save the rest for breakfast. Now wondering how this might work as a hand soak. Thanks Kitten!!