Honey Facial

Ever gone to the spa and treated yourself to one of those fancy facials????
****If your answer to the above question is for you, skip to the instructions!  :D****


Still reading, huh?  You must be like me….  Let’s go into dreamland, shall we…  Lying in a comfortable chaise lounge, all white and soft but who cares about stains, we’ll throw it out and get another!  Lying back, cucumbers over our eyes.  Egyptian cotton robe covering us as men that only exist in our depths of imagination feed us grapes upon command, warm facial doing it’s magic to our pores….  Okay, waking up….

If you had to skip that paragraph, you may now continue reading….  LOL

1/4 c oatmeal (mine is ground)
1/4 c water
2 tsp honey

Now, the fun part:

  1. Remember the yummy imagined scenario….  Yeah……  Close your eyes and use that imagination!
  2. Apply mask to face, avoid eyes and hair!
  3. Live in your imaginary spa for 15 minutes
  4. Come back into reality, rinse with warm water.
  5. Pat face dry!  

***I make a whole jar, so we can use it whenever, but the instructions below are for a few applications.  If you’d like to do a jar, nix the water!  The honey and oatmeal will separate, so stir and apply to moistened skin.

I really hope your imagination is working when you try this!  It makes a great gift, but of course you should try it out first…  Ya know, to….uhh….make sure it’s worthy….

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  1. This is simple and excellent idea. thanks for sharing

  2. This is a great idea and I am trying to use more natural products for every day living! Thanks for sharing!

  3. I’m soooo trying this tomorrow!

  4. These sound great! Perfect for a pampering night! Thanks so much for linking up and sharing!


  5. i love honey oatmeal masks! i haven’t done one in a while so i should definitely give it a whirl this weekend. what a fun blog!

  6. Excellent idea! Thanks for linking to Things I’ve Done Thursday!


  7. Great idea! I want to try it!

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