Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Milk for facial skin care

Milk for facial skin careSince olden times milk has been widely used with cosmetics aims by people of almost all the countries in the world. What was milk so highly estimated at all times for? For its fabulous nourishing properties mainly. Milk contains a whole bunch of sugars, minerals and naturals pigments. You can also find almost all known to humanity enzymes and vitamins in milk. Milk fat is considered to be extremely useful. It’s rich for unsaturated fatty acids, lecithin and vitamins. Here I offer some original homemade recipes of milk masks for facial skin. Milk masks are recommended to be applied on your face for not longer than 20-30 minutes. Then, remove it with warm compress and compulsory cool water rinsing.

The easiest way of getting use from milk is to wash your face with milk regularly and your face wrinkles will come off immediately, your skin will get lighter, it will become soft and elastic again.

Highly valued milk products, cream and sour cream, contain emulsified and therefore easy digestible by your skin oils, proteins, fat-soluble vitamins and milk acid. All those soften your skin, make it smooth and improve its blood circulation and metabolism. In addition, cream and sour cream are easy digestible, they will never leave any fat sticky trace on your face.

You can easily make a multipurpose nourishing mask using some cottage cheese, olive oil, milk and carrot juice (1:1:1:1). Mix these components thoroughly and apply mixture on the face for some minutes.

Another mask will bleach your freckles and pigmented spots. Mix ¼ glass of sour milk with one spoon of oatmeal till the paste generated, place it accurately between two layers of cheesecloth and keep it on your face for a while. This mask is also good for greasy skin.

Beauty mask with 3 teaspoons of cottage cheese and 1 teaspoon of honey will not only bleach your skin, but also nourish and moisten it carefully.

Prepare the tonic mask of 1 tablespoon cottage cheese, 2 tablespoons of sour cream and 1 teaspoon of cookery salt. Blend the ingredients thoroughly until smooth and spread the mixture on your face. Make this mask once or twice weekly not less then 8-12 times. Treat your dry and fading skin with it regularly.

Green peas flour mask will gently smooth out harsh and dry skin. Mix 2 tablespoons of flour with 2 tablespoons of milk whey. Put the mixture on your face and leave it to dry out completely.

If you are over 40 years old, then cottage cheese mask will be the one for you. It’s very useful and simple to prepare: mix 2 tablespoons of cottage cheese with 2 teaspoons of vegetable oil, add there juice of a half-orange. There you go! Enjoy it.