Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
Apricots are rich in Vitamin A which is important for healthy skin. Combined with milk and honey, they return moisture to the skin. This makes it look and feel smoother and softer. Any leftovers from this mask can be spread and eaten on toast. From the book:Natural Beauty At Home by Janice Cox.
- Put everything in a blender.
- Blend until smooth.
- Spread on your face.
- Keep it on for 15 minutes.
- Rinse off with tepid water and pat dry.
LOVED IT. Thats all i got to say.
Apricots just wouldnt break down in blender. Maybe soak them in the water for a while first? Needed to add more water to get them to get smaller than bacon bit size. Another 1/2 cup got them to sesame seed size but then the mixture was way too thin. Added about 4 small handfuls of oatmeal to thicken but that was still way to thin to adhere to skin well. Fresh apricots may work better to get right consistency. Warmth of the water felt food going on! Skin felt good after rinsing! Sorry I couldnt rate it higher.