ASPIRIN AND HONEY
At the mention of the phrase “aspirin and honey”, associations with colds, flu and other similar diseases come to mind. Of course, honey treatment has important antimicrobial and immunomodulatory effects, but in this article we will tell you about an inexpensive and effective face mask for acne you can make at home.
Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) is a well-known antipyretic drug that also has an analgesic effect. It is also used by experienced housewives as a preservative for household preparations. Aspirin has an exfoliating effect on the skin (therefore, masks based on it can also be used as a scrub), as well as an anti-inflammatory effect. This versatile product improves skin nutrition and contributes to its saturation with vitamins, whitening and rejuvenation.
Face mask “Aspirin and honey” for acne
- aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) – 4 crushed tablets
- warm water – 1 teaspoon
- natural liquid honey – 1/2 teaspoon.
Apply the mixture to the face and other problem areas of the skin in a circular massage. Leave it on your face for 15 minutes. During this time, it is best to take a horizontal position and relax. In this case, the effect of the mask will be maximized. After the specified period, the mask must be washed off with warm water. Then apply a light moisturizer to your face. It is advisable not to go outside for two to three hours after applying the mask. The ideal option would be to apply an Aspirin and honey mask at night.
If you do not know if you are allergic to the components of the mask, you need to conduct a test – apply a mixture of aspirin and honey to the crook of the elbow and wait a couple of minutes. If no negative reactions have arisen, you can start applying the mask to your face.
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