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    6.5.15
    Skin Superfood: 4 DIY Masks For Every Skin Type

    The beauty curation at CAP Beauty in New York blows our minds. It’s like a Chalkboard candy store in there and is quickly becoming a natural beauty destination for girls-in-the-know across the city.

    CAP Beauty co-founder, Kerrilynn Pamer, is offering up these genius beauty mask recipes below – there’s something for every skin type. Part homemade, part holistic product from the shop, we’re ready to glop on some of these superfood concoctions over the weekend to get the glow by Monday morning…

    Post-Sun Vitamin E Mask

    Ingredients:

    1 Tbsp Tocos vitamin E powder
    1 tsp manuka honey
    green tea

    Directions:

    Mix Tocos into honey. Add cooled and brewed green tea drop by drop until a smooth and creamy consistency is formed. Massage into skin. Leave on for 10 minutes before rinsing with cool water.

    Benefits:

    Filled with vitamins C, D and E this mask acts as a great hydrating, pore-refining and antibacterial powerhouse. 


    Spring Revival Anti-Inflammatory Mask

    Ingredients:

    1/4 tsp The Beauty Chef Glow Powder
    1 tsp shea butter 

    Directions:

    Warm shea butter in hands until smooth. Add Glow Powder and massage into the face using tiny circular motions. Leave on for 15 minutes before rinsing with warm water.

    Benefits:

    A hydrating and anti-inflammatory mask that is fantastic if you have taken a round of antibiotics recently.


    Green Exfoliating Mask

    Ingredients:

    1/2 tsp chlorella
    1 Tbsp yogurt
    1/2 tsp matcha

    Directions:

    Stir chlorella and matcha into yogurt. Apply all over face with brush or fingers. Leave on for 15 minutes before rinsing with cool water.

    Benefits:

    High in minerals, amino acids, vitamins and antioxidants this anti-inflammatory mask provides a light exfoliation.


    Breakout Healing Spice Mask

    Ingredients:

    1/2 tsp turmeric powder
    1 Tbsp manuka honey
    1/2 tsp aloe juice

    Directions:

    Mix turmeric powder with manuka honey and aloe juice until smooth. Massage into face. Leave for 15 minutes before rinsing with cool water.

    Benefits:

    This antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and cooling mask is filled with antioxidants and will help to heal acne scars while keeping new breakouts at bay. All of the ingredients are high in antioxidants, protecting cells from free radicals that can accelerate the aging process.

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    Comments


    1. Thanx for posting it seems I’ve tried everything to get rid of my acne & nothing seemed to help. I will definitely try the the breakout healing spice mask it sounds great.

      Freddy | 07.19.2015 | Reply
    2. I’m trying to kick start healthy eating again after the holiday binges. Thanks for the recipes. Will definitely try some.

      Roxanne | 02.13.2018 | Reply

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