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DEEP CLEANSING TURMERIC FACE MASK

I’ve been obsessing over turmeric lately, and I can’t stop finding ways to incorporate it in my recipes. After sharing my turmeric macchiato so many of you wanted to see how I Incorporate it into my face masks/ beauty regimen. I’ve put together a quick DIY face mask is packed with antioxidants, natural oils, lightening properties, soothing and hydrating vitamins. Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory which I LOVE for my face. I wake up with a bit of inflammation nearly every morning so I’m always on the lookout for inflammation fighting recipes and beauty products. I hope you enjoy!

WARNING! Turmeric is no joke! My first time doing a turmeric mask I added too much and ended up looking like an Oompa Loompa while sadly scrubbing my bathroom and kitchen sinks with bleach. Oh, I also stained our beautiful white towels (even after washing my face three times, exfoliating, and then washing it again.) So put on your dark clothes, and don’t say I didn’t warn you.

The goal with this mask is to help eliminate dark scars and acne leaving you with healthy glowing skin. Recommended using twice a week for a month for best results.
Ingredients:2 TSP quinoa flour ( I just ground up my quinoa at home) 1/4 TSP turmeric powder 3-5 drops of tea tree oil (depending on face sensitivity) 3 TSP almond milk


[Cover the bowl and let it sit for five minutes in the refrigerator. ]


Instructions: Apply a thin layer then go back and add another layer over it. Then sit back relax and enjoy a turmeric latte while waiting for it to dry up. Once completely dry, go wash your face with warm water ( about a thousand times) then add your favorite toner and moisturizer.


Benefits:– Quinoa is loaded with essential amino acids, helps with the production of collagen and elastin, helps break up dark spots, makes for a great natural cleanser. – Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory, rich in antioxidants, helps with acne scars and healing the skin. – Tea tree oil, though it smells terrible it’s your hero for fighting acne and pimples. Known for its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, this natural oil is a life saver. If you have sensitive skin go light on the oil at first and work your way up as you go. Also, if you don’t have any pimples you can go light on it as well. – Almond milk is rich in powerful anti-oxidants helps prevents premature wrinkles and fine lines in your skin and fights off free radicals. Helps rejuvenate and nourish your skin.

Store the remainder in your fridge. Like I mentioned, use twice a week for a month and let me know how you like it. Tag me @utmsofficial so I can see your pretty faces trying out the mask. #utmsbeauty #utmsrecipes

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