DIY Spa: Banana and Chocolate pudding facial

Yes, it does smell as good as it sounds and it’s super easy to make with only three ingredients; banana, good quality cocoa and sugar!

It refreshes, softens and exfoliates your face and there’s nothing better than using all natural ingredients!

Simply mash a banana, and blend with a teaspoon of sugar and cocoa!

Handy tip: I cover my mixture with cling-film and leave in the fridge for a few hours to thicken before applying, it’s also quite soothing when cold.

Apply the mixture to your face and leave on for 15-20 minutes before rinsing.

Find the benefits of this yummy mask below.

Sugar! Bad for your health but great for your face, sugar is a natural exfoliant, that will help brighten up any dull complexion, it goes without saying that the more natural the better, but if I don’t have any brown sugar to hand, white will do near-enough the same job.

Banana is such a good skincare ingredient it’s scandalous that it isn’t included in many more products, a few of bananas many amazing functions are:

  1. Skin moisturizer. Rich in potassium and moisture, it will hydrate and moisturizes dry skin, making it soft and supple.

  2. Oil control. If you’ve got oily greasy skin.

  3. Anti-aging effects. Bananas, also known as nature’s botox, contain super wrinkle fighting nutrients that helps fade age spots and prevent fine lines and wrinkles from forming.

  4. Treats acne. Banana and its peels are excellent homemade remedies for treating acne and pimples.

  5. Lightens dark spots. Whether it’s acne scars, tiny moles, age spots, or just dark spots that make your face dull, you can reduce them and even out general skin discolorations by applying mashed banana onto your face at least twice a week.

Read more about the benefits of using banana, at www.bellatory.com!

Cocoa has so many benefits as a skincare product:

Cocoa can help make past skin sins ancient history! “It’s packed with antioxidants that help repair skin cells and neutralize harmful free radicals,” says dermatologist Ava Shamban, MD.

Read more at www.health.com.

Let me know how you get on with this mask via message or in the comments 🙂

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