This DIY Face Mask for Red Skin is the perfect way to soothe your irritated skin. With just three ingredients, this is an easy way to nourish your skin naturally.
If you have never tried a DIY Face Mask for Red Skin, you must!
Truth: My skin has driven me crazy my entire life.
When I was young, I was so envious of anyone who tanned easily.
One of my good friends in high school, Laura, had the most gorgeous golden brown skin. I can remember thinking that if only all my freckles would join, my skin would look as good as hers.
Oh, there are advantages of being as fair as I am.
For instance, since I practically glow in the dark, I don’t need a nightlight to find my way to the bathroom at 2 am. (I am only half kidding here.)
But that is hardly worth the sunburns I suffered through as a child in Florida or that fact that no matter how thin I was, I’ve never loved wearing shorts.
While all of this seemed huge years ago, these days I am much less focused on how pale I am and much more focused on other issues.
Aging, for sure.
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And also the face that my skin frequently looks red and angry.
I’ve been trying to watch my diet to determine if that is playing a role, but thus far I haven’t established a cause.
All I know is that some days it looks fine, and other days I will wake up looking red.DIY Face Mask for Red SkinClick To Tweet
I have learned that when my skin is irritated, the best thing that I can do is baby it.
I tried a “redness soothing serum” from a popular organic brand. It not only stung my skin, but it also left it looking redder than before. (Open trash, throw in $38.)
Lately, I have been using this DIY Face Mask for Red Skin. It does a good job of calming my skin down. Not that it gets rid of the redness completely, but things look better after I use it.
Since I store it in the fridge, it is especially soothing, and I love the way it feels.
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DIY Face Mask for Red Skin
6 ounces plain Yogurt
2 tablespoons honey
25 drops Soft Skin
Place ingredients in a glass bowl and stir to combine. Store in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
Other Essential Oils for Red Skin:
Lavender, Frankincense Serrata, Chamomile Roman