here . So how did my face mask come out? First of all, it smelled amazing (good enough to eat, in fact, it actually could be eaten!) I simply mashed all ingredients together (you can also blend it or food process it for a smoother consistency.) Then I applied to my face and neck. I relaxed for 15 minutes while it dried, then rinsed. The results? Clear, clean, glowing skin! I made sure to finish off my at home facial with one of my favorite moisturizers, Keys Soap Luminos Moisturizer . Have leftovers? Refrigerate (or even freeze it) for later use. Don’t even worry about the exact amounts to use, you can vary them according to your liking. So you see how easy it can be to create your own face mask? It doesn’t have to be a chore….next time you have some overly ripe bananas, “go bananas” and mush them on your face!Bananas: It’s also great for the hair and you can even use the peel to rub onto your skin. Mom Said Not to Play with Your Food… So when I went to mash up my banana, I thought, I can make this mask even better by adding a few more ingredients. So I threw in a bit of yogurt and raw honey to make it an even more nourishing mask. Yogurt acts as a wonderful exfoliator and is rich in zinc. It can clear up blemishes, improve skin texture, and add a lovely glow to your skin. I’ve always loved honey for skin care. Read more about it’s benefits
Yummy and simple to make Banana Pudding
The “Best” Banana Pudding
Ingredients 1 (5 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding mix 2 cups cold milk 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 1 (12 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed 1 (16 ounce) package vanilla wafers 14 bananas, sliced
In a large mixing bowl, beat pudding mix and milk 2 minutes. Blend in condensed milk until smooth. Stir in vanilla and fold in whipped topping. Layer wafers, bananas and pudding mixture in a glass serving bowl. Chill until serving. Stay natural…stay beautiful…go green!