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facial skin tip
Jis4Judy posted:
Hi I mada concoction with yogurt banana honey and cocoa powder
i blended the ingrediets together and put it on my face left it there for 20 ish minutes this is a great natural mask to refresh you facial skin if any gets on your lips it is edible ..

I used 1/2 C fat free plain yogurt a tablespoon natural honey 1/2 small banana 1/2 teas cocoa powder I used the new dark cocoa...

I blended with my imersion blender and smeared it on my face and neck left ibn on 20ish minutes and I swear my skin looks refreshed.

thought I would share
Hugs Judy:-)
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Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
That sounds fantastic Judy. I wonder if I could use that last 1/2 cup of plain yogurt I always seem to have at the expiration date.

I will have to give it a try. My mother can only have 1/2 a banana for a serving-so that helps there.
Jis4Judy replied to Louise_WebMD_Staff's response:
I had a half a banana in the freezer I used I defrosted it first though.
I accually conbined 2 different ideas I saw on DR OZ
he recomended the yogurt honey banana as a facial then I saw another thing in cocoa being great for the skin something about how soft and new the skin on cocoa pickers hands were, I I added the 1/2 teas cocoa to the original thing it accually stiffens like a mask on the face... and I think it is definatly worth a try ..
I hope you like it
Hugs Judy:)
justmejust responded:
Hi Judy, are you continuing with this tip? Does it still help your skin? Thanks!
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Jis4Judy replied to justmejust's response:
Hi I have done this more than once and it does help my facial skin look fresher .I will start useing it again this week the thing is it is not storable you have to use it right after you make it .. so maybe cut the amounts down a bit just enough for face and neck
I will be trying it again tonight and will let you know if it still works ..
I have in the past cut open vitamin E caps and used them for help in healing a cut to aviod scares ther are a lot of thing we can get help from right in our kitchens etc...
Hugs Judy:)
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