Kefir and Oatmeal Facial Mask

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Delicious Kefir and Oatmeal Facial Mask

Luxurious organic Kefir face mask recipe! This DIY mask is a great way to help with treating skin rosacea, acne and open or enlarged pores.

Kefir is loaded with protein, calcium, vitamin D and plentiful living probiotics.

Most people already know how good it is for your digestive functions, but it can also give fantastic kefir benefits for a beautiful skin.

When applied topically to your skin, kefir will moisturize, soothe and heal.

Kefir is also helpful in dealing with acne, preventing premature aging, relieving rashes and sunburn. AND, it can also help to reduce discoloration of the skin.

Worth making and using it yourself? Yup – definitely!

If you unfamiliar with Kefir, please visit my page for all the Kefir info you need: All About Kefir

 

Kefir and Oatmeal Facial Mask: Luxurious organic kefir face mask recipe! This DIY mask is a great way to help with treating skin rosacea, acne and open or enlarged pores.

Kefir and Oatmeal Facial Mask Recipe:

Make sure you use uncooked oatmeal. You can even use raw, whole oats if you want to. Just pop them into a blender and grind them up until they are smooth-ish.

Oats for Kefir and Oatmeal Facial Mask

Whole Oats – Grind Them First!

Kefir Face Mask Ingredients:

  • ¾ cup kefir
  • ½ cup oatmeal
  • 2 tbsp raw honey

Directions:

  • Mix the kefir and oatmeal together and refrigerate for 10 hours
  • Strain the mixture and discard the solids
  • Add the honey and combine well

Using Kefir and Oatmeal Facial Mask:

  • Apply the kefir mask to the face avoiding the eye area
  • Leave it on for 20 minutes,
  • Rinse it off with warm water and pat the skin dry
  • Apply your favorite moisturizer

Storage:

This kefir face mask can be stored in the fridge in a sealed container, for up to five days. After that, any unused portion should be discarded.

More Info On Kefir

If you’d like more information on how to make and use Kefir Skin Care Recipes, please visit this page: How to Use Kefir for Skin Care

And for a little reading and recipes, here are some choice books on Kefir, fermenting and natural beauty care …

Fermenting Vol. 3 - Milk KefirFermenting Vol. 3 – Milk KefirComplete Guide to Natural Homemade Beauty - 150 Recipes from Scrubs and Masks to Moisturizers and ShampoosComplete Guide to Natural Homemade Beauty – 150 Recipes from Scrubs and Masks to Moisturizers and ShampoosCulture Your Life: Kefir and Kombucha for Every Day NourishmentCulture Your Life: Kefir and Kombucha for Every Day Nourishment

 

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