DIY Face Mask
Hello, hello! I hope that you all have been doing very well and thanks again for following. Today, I want to talk about an odd face mask, called the bee pollen face mask. You are probably thinking, is she crazy, she wants me to put bee pollen on my face. Obviously if you are allergic to pollen do not try the bee pollen face mask. There are many benefits to the bee pollen face mask. More so, the benefits of the bee pollen face mask are unique and cannot be achieved with other face masks. The bee pollen face mask is super easy to make; you can do it at home. Bee pollen is surprising easy to buy. You can buy it at many health food stores. Sometimes it can be found in the health aisle at your grocery store. Stores like GNC will carry it and if all that fails you can always order it online. Bee pollen is also very cheap. You can buy a pretty decent amount of it for around 10 dollars.
Bee Pollen Face Mask – Benefits
Bee Pollen contains many vitamins and minerals that are essential to life and are required for the human body to function properly. Bee pollen is very different than honey, although honey has it benefits for the skin as well. The bee pollen face mask, when applied properly, stops the ageing of skin by absorbing oils that will damage the skin. It also helps treat skin disorders such as eczema and will clear and cure dry skin. More so, it will decrease the time it takes for cuts, bumps and wounds to heal due to the healing properties the bee pollen contains. If the bee pollen face mask is applied with honey, it will also clear the skin of pimples and zits. Additionally, the anti-inflammatory properties will soothe irritated skin. Honey can also be applied to the skin to treat sun burn instead of aloe Vera.
Bee Pollen Face Mask – Risks
In addition to all the skin benefits, bee pollen can also improve your physical health. Bee pollen has been used to treat everything from alcoholism to cancer. Some people have recommended bee pollen to combat the negative side effects from chemotherapy to soothe the stomach and increase appetite. Some people have even used bee pollen to treat allergies and asthma. However, there are risks in taking bee pollen. I do not offer any medical advice and you should talk to your doctor before trying anything that you are unsure of. If you are allergic to bees or pollen than you should stay away from the bee pollen face mask and bee pollen all together. Bee pollen can cause bleeding, hives shortness of breath and many other serious side effects and is not safe for use by pregnant women.
Bee Pollen Face Mask – Recipe
Now for the recipe. Here is my bee pollen face mask recipe. This should be applied weekly and left on for about 20 minutes.
Bee Pollen (2 tbsp)
Whole Milk (1/4 cup)
Raw Honey (1 tbsp)
Mash avocado (½ cup)
Bee Pollen Face Mask – Process
After mixing the bee pollen face mask together, rub the mixture on your face with your fingers and leave it on for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes remove the bee pollen face mask and wash your face with warm water. Remember to only apply this face mask if you are not allergic to bee pollen. If you are you can leave the pollen out of the recipe and still have a very nice face mask and skin treatment. I hope you all enjoy this and leave a comment of other ideas at the bottom. Thank you for reading, have a blessed day!