General Mask Procedure

  1. Tie hair back.
  2. Wash face.
  3. To open pores, steam face over hot water or press warm cloth to skin for a few minutes.
  4. After preparing mask, apply it to face (and neck if desired). Avoid eye area.
  5. Leave mask on for 15 minutes, give or take a few (depending on comfort and convenience).
  6. Rinse off with warm water.
  7. Enjoy results!
Exfoliate Your Face with Honey Sugar Scrub

If you have ever used a body sugar scrub, you know how amazing they are. Work the same magic on your face!

1 tsp. of honey
1/2 tsp. of sugar (either cane or brown — both work well)

Blend in bowl. Apply. Rinse very thoroughly, as this recipe can be slightly sticky.

Masks (homemade or otherwise) should stay on for 10-15 minutes. Follow with a cleansing and a thin layer of moisturizer.


French Clay Mask


1½ tsp green clay (French is preferred)

½ tsp kaolin clay

1½ tbsp aloe vera gel

1 tbsp rosewater

2 drops rose essential oil


Mix green and kaolin clays together.
Add in the aloe vera gel, rosewater and oils.
Refrigerate mixture for up to four weeks.


Yogurt Mask

1 tbsp natural yogurt, room temperature (not lowfat or non-fat, use a Greek yogurt “Fage”)

1 tsp runny honey (microwave for a few minutes to soften hardened honey)


Combine mixture, then apply to face.
Let sit for 15 minutes.
Wash face with steaming washcloth.
For dry skin, use an extra tsp of honey.
Oily skin? Add a few drops of fresh lime juice.