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Topic: Silk Cocoons and DIY Silk masks  (Read 530 times)
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« on: April 02, 2018 10:05:30 AM »

Silk is a natural fiber and it has a healthy protein in it called sericin. This protein helps your skin a lot and can reduce wrinkles and signs of aging. It also improves your complexion. You can just get a normal silk cocoon and soak it in warm water for about 5 minutes then take it and rub it on your face. Doing this daily for 3 weeks will improve your complexion and help get rid of wrinkles.

I'm also a fan of silk facial masks, I've got a whole variety of them about 20 different ones that have lemon, honey, chamomile, lavander, 8 cups of water, milk, blueberry... well the list is pretty long so I'll keep it brief. I've even got silk masks that are DIY you can just add water and get the sericin from it, or you can add fruit or vegetable extracts to nourish your face.

I'm actually trying to write a blog about this and I want to know what other types of things I can put on the Do It Yourself masks to nourish my skin.
« Last Edit: April 02, 2018 11:37:38 AM by glittercoo - Reason: to comply with Craftster rules » THIS ROCKS   Logged

I'm a silk merchant at http://www.silksapphire.com
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