Many times I went to a beauty salon to have a highly trained professional apply an expensive mask, then patiently waited for breathtaking results.
It’s hard not to think about the fact that you might get ripped off, and if the results don’t meet your expectations, this seed of doubt will only grow.
It took me quite a while to take matters into my hands because my misconceptions about making peel-off masks at home got the better of me.
It is neither complicated nor expensive to make such a mask, and some of the most useful ones require nothing more than a few tissues and an egg white.
Blackheads gave me headaches for years, and if it weren’t for the expensive pore strips, I would’ve probably gone mental over them.
When something sounds too good to be true, it usually is, but in this particular case, the inexpensive peel-off mask worked wonders.
I didn’t expect the first experiment to work, so when I saw the blackheads on the tissue after removing it, I felt like discovering plutonium by chance.
Before using this routine, make sure to clean and steam your face to open up the pores and allows effective pore cleansing.
The beauty of this homemade mask is that there is a huge variety to choose from, and the women who resort to these cosmetic treatments are more than willing to share their knowledge.
By simply following the steps and taking the time to understand the process thoroughly, you can’t go wrong, and results will soon follow.
Although my primary concern was to remove blackheads, I found the “side effects” just as satisfying, as the mask also deep cleanses the skin and on the long run, it controls oiliness.
Calleigh is passionate about inspiring others to a healthy living and encourages to re-discover their lifestyle. Her keen interest in health shines through in her written work on DIY skin care, beauty tips, healthy and active lifestyles.