advises to get out your little mixing bowl for this
wonderful firming facial recipe that exfoliates as it soothes and
Sandy indulges herself once a week in a pampering facial treatment. She confesses that this recipe is her all time favorite.
Starting with freshly clean skin prior to any mask or peel treatment works best.
For an extra deep cleansing, steam your face over a bowl of hot water for at least five minutes then cleanse prior to applying the mask recipe.
Sandy typically follows-up this facial treatment with a light
application of almond oil to seal in the moisture and keep her skin
Sandy explains that each ingredient accomplishes a specific task in her natural recipe. The lime cleanses and exfoliates, the egg white nourishes and firms, while the cornstarch softens and draws out the skin's impurities.
Adding a packet of unflavored gelatin to the recipe will create even more of a skin tightening effect. (It's a trick that the high end spas use to harden natural facial peels and masks!)