DIY: Pumpkin Facial Mask
Well, it’s October, and while the kids might be thinking of carving pumpkins and trick or treat, here’s a treat for grownups, courtesy of Erika Katz, author of Bonding Over Beauty.
This mask was just featured in the current issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine.
The mask is rich with exfoliating enzymes that brighten the skin so it won’t look too “scary” this fall season.
Pumpkin Face Mask
2 tsp canned pureed pumpkin
1/2 tsp honey
1/4 tsp heavy whipping cream
Mix all ingredients and apply to face. Leave on for 10 min and rinse
Why: Pumpkin is rich in vitamin A, which is very healing to the skin and is essential to maintain and repair skin tissue. It also helps reduce lines and wrinkles.
Honey is a humectant. The cream moisturizes and helps flaky skin.
About Erika Katz
A beauty writer and blogger as well as a former child model and actress, Erika Katz has been a beauty junkie nearly all her life. Using her experience from her days working in the beauty department at Seventeen,cosmetology classes and lessons learned through her extensive work in television and modeling, Erika created a beauty guide that served as the foundation forBonding Over Beauty, A Mother-Daughter Guide to Self-Esteem, Confidence and Trust.