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Topic: Facial Mask - (Antioxidant moisturising mask) How to copy?  (Read 518 times)
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« on: December 12, 2007 11:10:39 PM »

I used this amazing facial mask the other day and I would like to copy it (excluding all the chemicals).  I thought I would list a few of the ingredients and see if anybody else has any suggestions.

Misteltoe leaf extract, tomato, Castor oil, ginkgo biloba leaf extract, caffeine: I am leaving out the chemicals anyone have any recommendations?

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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2007 11:52:52 AM »

You may not be able to find the exact ingredients that were used in this mask, but there are plenty of great ingredients out there that could be used to create an antioxidant face mask. Powdered Green Tea could be mixed with a gentle clay, such as kaolin to create a nice base. Fine Oatmeal, Honey or Milk Powder also make nice bases to a mask. The next step is wetting the mask - there are plenty of oils that have high antioxidant value. Fruit and berry seed oils are particularly rich. Rosehip Oil, Evening Primrose Oil or Grapeseed Oil are also nice choices.

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« Reply #2 on: December 19, 2007 01:13:41 AM »

Wow, thanks for the great advice I really appreciate it, that was so thoughtful of you!
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