Friday, 26 August 2016

DIY charcoal face masks!


If you love spa days, facials and all things pamper like then you will love this post!

I would say this is my go to beauty product, when my face needs a fresh start, when all the pollution and all the grime in the air has clogged my pores.
 So if you feel you need a fresh start with your skin listen up!!




You are going to need;
a towel (it's very messy)
a makeup brush (a nice cheep one)
activated charcoal capsules
Elmer's glue or non toxic kids glue



Step one.
Get everything ready and sorted together because once you start it will get tooo messy to get anything

Step two.
Take 3 of the capsules and pop them open carefully they love to go every where. Then add between 1 to 2 tablespoons of the non toxic glue just add a bit at a time until you get a nice gooey consistency
















Step three.
Once everything is mixed nicely heat your face through with a hot towel that has just been ran under hot water just to help open up your pores!

Step four.
Grab your brush and apply fairly thick to your face one the areas that need the most attention, however I would recommend doing it in patches and not applying it too near your eyes because it stings like a bee when you peel it off!


ahahhaah #selfieeeee

Leave for 10 - 20 minutes for it to set 
You will know it has set when you will feel you have had extreme botox as your face will have set really tight it also has a similar feeling to mod rock if you have ever used that 😂

Once it has all set peel of gently and it will gradually pull all the things clogged in your pores out like magic.
Once everything is off give your face a cleanse to just wash off any little bits left behind.

and if you want to see a gross picture off the afterwards then here you are p.s you have been warned scroll quick!


It's really not that bad but
the little white dots on the mask are bit of dirt from the pour that may have been lingering from makeup, pollution, etc'

What are your favourite beauty DIY hacks let me know also let me know if you have tried this or are going too!!!


Until Next Time

Cera



1 comment:

  1. Great post! I've always wanted to try this type of mask for blackheads x

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