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Homemade Mango Face Mask

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oatmeal and almonds in grinder Randys Homemade Mango Mud Mask

This is the almonds and oatmeal in a small coffee grinder Ė before. (Unlike the mango, I had a lot more almonds, so ate quite a few of those!)

almonds after grinding Randys Homemade Mango Mud Mask

This is my almond mixture after grinding.

mexture in bullet Randys Homemade Mango Mud Mask

This is my almond mixture and mango pieces in a Magic Bullet Blender before mixing.

mixture in bullet after blaneding Randys Homemade Mango Mud Mask

Mixture after blending.† At one point it was not blending well enough so I added 2 tbs. of water.

The mixture smelled a lot like oatmeal but it definitely tasted like mango. The taste was how I would imagine mango baby food to taste.

with mask on lying Randys Homemade Mango Mud Mask

The mixture seemed to be on the watery side, so the only way I knew to make sure it didnít run off my face was to lie on a towel and then use my hand to grab the mixture and swish it on my face. After lying down for five minutes it seemed safe to stand up.

The most obvious experience I had was that it felt so cool on my face. I was expecting for it to warm up after a while but it never did. Maybe that was the cooling property of mango I had researched previously?

with mask standing Randys Homemade Mango Mud Mask

Next page: Find out what I looked like after I washed it off!

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Diana Herrington

Diana Herrington turned a debilitating health crisis into a passion for helping others with healthy, sugar-free, gluten-free, eating and cooking. After testing and researching every possible healthy therapy on her delicate system she has developed simple, powerful principles which she shares in her recent book Eating Green and Lean, and as host to Care2 groups: Healthy Living Network and Healthy Cooking. She is the head chef at Real Food for Life, where she shares recipes and tips. Sign up for the Real Food for Life weekly newsletter or catch her on Facebook or Twitter (@DancinginLife).


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10:27PM PDT on Jul 9, 2014

very nice recipe and nice effort too :)

4:54AM PST on Mar 1, 2013

What a waste! Why not eat it? LOL!

3:27PM PST on Feb 15, 2013

Sounds quite simple & efficient ! Will give it a try ! :)

7:21AM PST on Dec 14, 2012

Sounds like a good one. I usually steam my face (over a bowl of hot water) before applying masks and find that makes a huge difference, especially if you add some aromatherapy oil while steaming.

8:43PM PST on Dec 2, 2012

Thanks, seems fairly effortless. I can't wait to be ruggedly handsome. ;)

7:31AM PST on Nov 29, 2012

I grind up almonds with oatmeal and add honey as a mask. The honey and oatmeal are moisturizing and the almonds exfoliating, I add a dash of water too. Get creative! use pumpkin, banana, avocado.......

6:16AM PST on Nov 29, 2012


2:01PM PST on Nov 28, 2012

Wow, that's easy. I'll have to try that.

10:23AM PST on Nov 28, 2012


9:47AM PST on Nov 28, 2012

thank you!

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