Clogged Pores No More- Fun Affordable Facial!!!

I recently got a facial and although it was extremely relaxing, I left looking the same. In my car ride home I began to wonder how I could create the same spa like feeling in the comfort of my own home. Who has the time or money to run to the spa ever time they feel a pimple coming? I wanted to use all natural ingredients to create a face mask that would remove any blackheads and clean clogged pores. So thats exactly what I did and I cant wait to share it with you!!!

Ready for it?

Apple cider vinegar and baking soda…THATS ALL YOU NEED!

Step 1: Measure 2 tbsp. of baking soda and poor it into a small mixing bowl

Step 2: Add 2 tbsp. of apple cider vinegar into your mixing bowl, but make sure you do so in small increments so the mixture does not bubble and overflow

Step 3: Mix together until blended

Step 4: With clean hands, use your fingertips to apply the mask to your face avoiding your eyes and mouth

Step 5: Let the mask sit for 15-20 minutes (try meditating or do something that relaxes you to create a spa like atmosphere)

Step 6: Rinse your face with warm water, then take a damp washcloth to remove any of the mask that you were unable to get off

The combination of the two will effectively clean your skin without having to exfoliate or spend a ton of money. If your face beings to tingle while the mask is on don’t panic. This just means that the mixture is doing its job by soaking up any germs and dirt that have built up.

So there you have it. Your own spa like experience at your own convenience!

Live Life Pure
Much Love
Jen

 

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Comments (5)

  • LoriF Reply

    Thank you for the wonderful tips on healthy living, I really appreciate all of your information and you are an inspiration to me. I was diagnosed celiac one year ago and it has been difficult, live in a smaller area and don’t know any one with celiac, so you have been extremely helpful to me.

    May 2, 2017 at 12:13 pm
    • Nikki Reply

      Lori- Thank you for your kind words. I am so grateful to be able to help. Stay positive and keep reading my blog as I am always sharing new findings and recipes!!!

      May 2, 2017 at 2:15 pm
  • Leesa Reply

    Hi I was really moved by your talk in the IIN course I’m doing, I have 2 friends with many of your symptoms and would love to open a place similar to your bakery but have no idea if baking or cooking gluten free, do you have any recommendations as I’m in Portugal and nothing like this exists here. I would love you to expand your brand to Europe. I have a lot of management and business experience but not the baking side of things.

    June 5, 2017 at 6:04 am
  • tracy Reply

    I loved this and I have used it lots when I am having a busy day its my spa before bed and it feels great thanks so much for this wonderful and exfoliating spa day

    August 5, 2017 at 9:17 pm
  • Jenny Reply

    Thank you so much for sharing your stories and amazing tips and recipes! My aunt has celiac disease also and I am fight Stage 3A Breast Cancer at 38, I am trying to eat clean, and going back to being a vegetarian and learning to incorporate gluten free recipes into my lifestyle!!

    November 30, 2017 at 10:07 pm

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