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How to: Breakfast on Your Face Mask

We are cooking up something a little different today. I figured it's about time we did a down-home roots-style face mask with nothing more than the ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Even if you have never even thought of making your own skincare, I hereby pronounce this the day to get started.

Today, we put breakfast on our faces!

(insert snicker at the very thought of slathering breakfast on the face)

This moisture boosting face mask calls for only 4 ingredients
ripe banananatural yoghurtground oats (see this post to make your own ground oats easy peasy)raw honey

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