Facial Masks

Facial masks are a plaster-like concoction that are applied to the face as a liquid 'goop', which then hardens and is peeled off removing dead skin cells, dirt, whiteheads, and so on (basically all the nasty stuff you want rid of!). Here we discuss some of the basic facial masks for different types of skins.
For Normal skin you could mix one egg and ½ a cup of cooked oatmeal and a teaspoon of olive oil until it gets smooth. Apply it on your face and leave it on for 15 minutes and then rinse.

If you have oily skin, take some Milk of Magnesia, rub it on your face and leave it to dry, then rinse away.

For dry skin, mix one egg yolk, one teaspoon honey, and a teaspoon olive oil and some vitamin E oil. Apply it to the skin and leave for 15 min and again rinse with water.

For an easy exfoliating mask for the whole body, mix three tablespoons olive oil and one tablespoon kosher salt mix, and gently rub it on the skin. Do not use it on the delicate skin around your eye area. It is very effective on the rough elbow skin and on your feet and can be used on face and forehead.