How to Make a Face Mask using an Egg and Tissues

Do you guys have blackheads around your nose? Or maybe the blemishes skin? How does it feel? I think it was really disgusting and disturbing. But don’t worry, I have a fantastic style to make a face mask using an egg white and some tissues. People know that egg white has been used in face mask recipes since ancient times, especially in Asia. Egg white has some nutrient which is protein and magnesium. So these steps could help people to get rid of pores, reduce the blackheads and blemishes.

All we need to prepare are an egg and some tissues. First of all, we need to wash our face with warm water to open up the pores. We have to use clean hands because our face is really sensitive, especially for the girls. For the second step, we need to crack an egg over a bowl and separate the egg white and the egg yolk, then save it for another recipe. And then, we need to prepare the egg white in the different bowl and shake it until foamy.

The next step is to apply the mixture onto our face and apply some tissues and repeat it. We need to avoid the sensitive areas around the eyes and mouth. After that, we need to relax and keep the mask on for around 30 minutes. At that moment, we can take a deeply breathe and think happy thoughts. And the last one is when the tissues have completely dried on our face, we can scrub it off using warm water.

Yay, it’s finally done! This tip is very easy and people need to try this face mask style at home. All of the materials are really easy to found in the fridge and our room. Happy trying!

 

References List

Die, W. o. (2016, July 2016). Get Rid of Pores, Blackheads, and Acne with This Egg White Face Mask. Retrieved from Well or Die: http://www.wellordie.com/homeremedies/egg-white-face-mask/

Jones, H. e. (2012, July 18). EGG WHITE AND TISSUE FACE MASK (YES REALLY!). Retrieved from A Thrifty Mrs: http://www.athriftymrs.com/2012/07/egg-white-and-tissue-face-mask-yes-really.html

 

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