Aloe Vera Peel Off Mask: Get Clearer Skin!!


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Tired of trying lots of trick for clear skin? Here we are revealing the aloe vera peel off mask. See how it helps to get clear skin.

See also: https://www.consumerhealthdigest.com/acne/top-10-homemade-facial-mask-recipes-for-acne.html

Anxhela is a skin and beauty advisor at Consumer Health Digest. She offers skin care advice and recommends basic solutions as per the person’s lifestyle, skin type, skin texture, face shape, color and age. According to Anxhela, properties of aloe vera works best for skin problems. Aloe Vera peel off mask will help you for better complexion.

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Video Transcript:-

For the first DIY that we’re going to do, I’m going to do a peel-off mask, and I am very, very professional in this video. I did look this up, and the ingredients that I found was that you need aloe vera gel, which we got the awesome plant. You need some green teabags, and you need 1/4 cup of boiling water, and then, of course, the most disgusting thing ever, you need gelatin powder.

First, we’re going to go ahead and put 1/4 cup of boiling water in a pot, like we did on our previous one, and we’re going to go ahead and add the green teabags in first. What I’m going to do is I’m just going to let the green teabags soak in. We’re not going to touch them, and once they are fully soaked in, we’re going to grab them, throw them away, and just leave whatever is left over in the water. Then we’re going to take three tablespoons of gelatin powder. Then, of course, to end it off, we are going to go ahead and just plop in the aloe vera gel that we get from the plant, and you stir this as usual.

It says here to leave it to cool. You should let it wait from 2-5 minutes.

Let’s try this out, guys. That’s not good. That hurt. It’s falling apart, but I know it’s dry.

I went ahead, peeled off what I could, and then I washed my face with cold water.

Let’s go ahead and move on to the next DIY.We’re going to do a DIY lip plumper. The three ingredients are olive oil, cinnamon, salt/sugar. I’m going to use the back of this brush to just mix the ingredients in.

I have my mixture right here. Let’s go ahead, apply it to the lips. It says that you have to wait to around 5-10 minutes.It does say, “When you wait 5-10 minutes that you should be rubbing it in.

To finish off this DIY Tries today, we’re going to go ahead and try to do a teeth whitening. For the teeth whitening part, it’s pretty simple. You’re just going to mix baking soda with lemon juice or water. I’m going to go ahead and do lemon juice and baking soda. After you combine both of the ingredients, you’re going to go ahead and brush your teeth with that for one minute, and then rinse your mouth out. Let’s see if it does make a difference. It doesn’t specify how much baking soda, so we’re going to go ahead and just do a half a teaspoon. That came out more than half a teaspoon. We’re just going to drop some lemon juice. I’m going to go ahead and grab a toothbrush and just mix it up. Let’s go ahead and brush it for a minute.

There you guys have it. This is our DIY Try for today. I really hope you guys enjoyed it. I didn’t want to do another makeup one. Let me know if you want me to try any DIYs that you guys are curious about. Please subscribe if you haven’t, and I’ll see you guys in my next one.

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