Aloe Vera Face Mask for Wrinkles, Fine Lines and Spots

DIY Aloe Vera Face Mask for Wrinkles

In this video and the transcribed text below you will find out how to make and use an Aloe vera face mask for wrinkles, fine lines and spots. With regular consistent applications this will help you to have younger looking skin.

Hey! Welcome back to my channel. In this video I’m going to be showing you guys how I do a DIY Aloe vera face mask. I’ve been loving it because it has been helping me moisten my skin. It’s been reducing blemishes and a little bit of scarring. So obviously I want to share with you guys.
The reason I love the face mask is because it is super easy and there’s only three ingredients two of which you guys probably already have. It’s just honey, water, and Aloe vera. So if you guys are interested make sure to stay tuned and let’s get started.
Hey guys so I’m in my backyard, actually it’s my dad’s backyard and there is an Aloe vera plant. So I’m just going to go ahead and use my knife and cut it. I know this knife is really aggressive, I just couldn’t find any other knife. So I’m going to cut this Aloe vera. Aloe vera plants are really cheap too so you guys can actually go and buy it. I’m pretty sure like home depot sells it too.
Ok now that I have my Aloe vera plant I’m going to show you guys how I make my face mask. So don’t mind my hair I know my hair looks super oily it’s because I’m doing a coconut oil treatment. That is why my hair looks all sorts of oily.
The first ingredient obviously is Aloe vera. It helps reduce acne is a natural moisturizer it prevents wrinkles and it lighten scars and blemishes. Then I’m going to be using honey which is an acne treatment. It has a ton of antioxidants is super hydrating and also repairs the skin. Then I’m going to form little ice cubes. It actually tightens pores reduces puffy eyes, reduces inflammation and also improves the circulation. I will also be using a little bit of water and using a blender.
I’m just going to go ahead and cut the Aloe vera and cut off the skin. Just be very careful because it is very slick. Once everything is cut this is the consistency that you’re looking for. If it feels like you’ve got boogers and slime in your hand that’s exactly what we’re looking for.
Now we put the Aloe vera into the blender and then about half a cup of distilled water and about a tablespoon of honey. I’m just going to blend this in my blender. If you wanted to just mix it with your hand you definitely can. Once that is completely blended I’m just going to form little ice cubes to pop that in the freezer for a little bit and that is it.
After a few hours in the freezer and this is what it looks like. I’m going to pop one of it out and apply it all of my face. I’m just going to use a paper towel because it’s so cold and I’m just going to fold it down like this and I’m just going to apply it all over my face. Now that I rubbed it onto my skin I’m going to dab so the Aloe vera so it doesn’t drip all over the place because it is watery.
Now I’m going to wait for this to dry completely on my face because I obviously want all the goodies to get into my skin. So I’m going to wait for about five to ten minutes and I’ll check back with you in a little bit. So after about 5 to 10 minutes it completely dried and you will definitely feel like there is something on your face. It feels pretty tight even when I smile I feel like it’s just like pulling at my lips. For the sake of the video I’m just going to use a damp towel but if you can I would definitely wash it off completely.
I seriously swear by this. It makes my face feels so soft and super moisturized. I definitely do realize some of the pimples and the scarring has been reducing a lot.
As you can see the process is super easy but I wanted to share with you guys because honestly I feel like it’s been really helpful for me. Obviously I wanted to share it with you guys.

We hope you enjoyed that video demonstrating a simple and easy to make Aloe vera face mask. That DIY face mask using Aloe vera will help reduce wrinkles, spots and fine lines.

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