Monthly Face Mask

Category: Health & Beauty

Number of Masks per Recipe: 24


1/4 cup White Sugar Cane
2 tbsp Brown Sugar Cane
1/2 tsp Citric Acid or Sour Salt
1/2 tsp Cream of Tartar
1/4 tsp ground Coffee
1 Green Tea bag, loose
1/2 tsp dry Kelp powder (OPTIONAL)
1/4 tsp Blue Green Algae Powder (OPTIONAL)
3 Low Dose Aspirin, Crushed (OPTIONAL with *CAUTION)
3 cups Powdered Milk


1/4 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar or other vinegar
1/4 tsp Honey
1/2 tsp Water


• In food processor, combine all of the dry ingredients, except for powdered milk.

• Pulse until ingredients are crushed and well combined.

• Remove from processor. Add ingredients to the powdered milk and mix well.

• Keep in airtight container or glass apothecary jar until ready for use.

• When ready to apply mask, mix 1/8 cup of the dry mixture with Vinegar, Honey and Water. Mix well.

• Apply mask paste over face and neck, being careful to avoid the eyes. Wait 20 minutes or until set, then rinse with warm water and a wash cloth.

A Note From Betty

This face mask has both Alpha Hydroxy and Beta Hydroxy properties. It was created to reduce oil, balance skin tone, exfoliate and hydrate, rejuvenate aging skin leaving it brighter, balance PH and penetrate pores to get beneath the sebum to dissolve and exfoliate dead skin cells. It is useful for reducing cysts, and helping to de-plug any blackheads and clogged pores. It is chocked full of antioxidants and nutrients.

You may purchase Kelp Powder online at a variety of different websites or at your local health food store.

You may find 100% Blue Green Algae Powder at your local health food store. It is hard to find and runs about $23-26 dollars for a 50g bottle. That seems pricey, but it will last you for years. You may choose to leave this ingredient out. It has a lot of nutrients and is a great antioxidant.

Should be used only if complexion is oily. Aspirin can be used topically to penetrate oily skin to get beneath the sebum. See instructions and warning label on bottle for usage and side effects.

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