Yoghurt Face Mask for all skin types and conditions

Yoghurt Mask. 

 Many of my clients use this mask at home between appointments to keep their skin in great condition and to prolong the results of their facial treatments. Yoghurt is rich in the following nutrients:

 

Bifidobacteria  These live bacteria stimulate collage production

 

Lactic acid   This not only moisturises but gently smooths skin by exfoliating dead skin cells (it’s more gentle than fruit acids)

Zinc   With anti-inflammatory properties, zinc also regulates sebum production

 

Calcium   Not only good for bone health, this mineral helps to regenerate and renew the skin

 

B vitamins   Vitamin B complex protects against free radicals and helps make the skin look brighter

 

How to prepare:

Apply a layer of natural plain yoghurt on clean facial skin. Wait for a few minutes then apply a second layer. Leave for 20 minutes then rinse off.

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