You may consider changing to Manuka Skincare for good after this!
I tend to suffer from dry skin in colder climates and, too much time in air condition environments can leave my skin feeling really dehydrated.
The best part about this mask is that you have made it yourself! You know it is free of chemicals, toxins and preservatives. Can you say the same for the skincare you just paid for?
The internet is stacked with similar recipes, I will share how I do it.
Manuka Mash Face Mask Ingredients
- Works as a humectant drawing moisture into the skin
- Low pH and naturally occurring hydrogen peroxide nurtures antibacterial bio actives
- Anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory bio actives
- A variety of phytonutrients act as antioxidants
- Enzymes help block skin infections
- Rich in nutrients, vitamins, amino acids and minerals
- Potassium hydrates the skin
- Vitamins A, E, C are useful for reducing blemishes and acne scars
- Zinc helps fight off acne-causing germs
- B vitamins protect against free radicals that damage skin
Manuka honey facemask
The most common question I get asked from friends about this Manuka Mash Face Mask is which Manuka Honey I should use?
I use whatever Manuka I have available.
It is worth noting that The Honey Collection and The Queens Collection use UMF 12+ Manuka Honey and higher across their skincare range.
The Honey Collection has been successfully designing and leading Manuka Honey Skincare formulations for over 2 decades.
So, if we follow their lead, I would use UMF 10+ or 15+ Manuka Honey if I have it in the cupboard.
Like all skincare, it is possible that an ingredient in this formulation does not suit your personal skin.
Do not let this put you off trying this beautiful mask. The reality is we all live in different skin. As with all skin products I recommend a spot test for compatibility.
This is not medical advice, and if you have any concerns, please consult a medical professional.
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