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Post-holiday DIY detox face mask


After all the wrapping paper has been recycled, the sugar cookies have been devoured, the glitter washed off and the eggnog lapped up, your bod is gonna need a li’l rest. What better way to kick off your winter-break relaxation time than with a Blueberry & Cucumber Detox Mask? Thanks to Jasmina Aganovic, Creator of Stages of Beauty, you’ll be able to lay off the makeup for a couple of days and whip up Jasmina’s recipe with stuff you’ve already got in your kitchen:

Blueberry & Cucumber Detox Mask

•        1 Tbsp crushed ripe blueberries (lots of antioxidants mean free radical protection)

•        1 Tbsp lemon juice (Citrus + Vitamin C mean brighter skin)

•        1 Tbsp cucumber juice (hooray for cooling, soothing, de-puffing and refreshing)

•        2 Tbsp baking soda + water (helps dislodge blackheads and control oiliness)

Directions: Combine all ingredients together in a bowl. Using your fingers, apply mask onto your face. You will feel a tingling feeling that comes from the baking soda. Let it sit on the face for 15-20 minutes. To remove, wet fingers with warm water and gently swipe over your face: The baking soda granules will give you extra exfoliation, while the citrus enzymes brighten the skin. Gently wash off and pat your face dry. Voila, a renewed bright and fresh complexion!

BY GL ON 1/2/2012 12:00:00 AM

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