This mask is heavenly, luxurious, and perhaps even a bit extravagant.
It’s also easy, cheap-ish, and fun.
It requires only three ingredients, one of them being water.
To make mask:
Place 1/2 teaspoon matcha powder into a vessel. Add 1/2 teaspoon water. It could be warm water, leftover boiling water, or straight from the tap. Mix together well.
Add in 1/2 – 1 teaspoon honey of choice. I use Manuka due to its great skin benefits and I can find it in my local health and herb shop (where I also purchased the matcha powder in bulk). It’s quite expensive though, so any raw honey would work just fine and make this face mask more economical.
The mixture will be more serous than viscous and that is why a paintbrush may be useful. I paint the mixture onto my face and it feels relaxing, cooling, and sensuous.
Leave on for as little as 10 minutes, up to a few hours. Then simply wipe off with a warm, damp washcloth. Your face should be the smoothest it has felt in a while and have an undeniable glow.
I like to go out gardening in this mask in the front yard to scare my neighbors.
Peace and love,
3 thoughts on “Matcha Honey Face Mask”
Does the honey or match a have any qualities that would irritate a face with sensitive skin? Looks like a great mask! I hope to try soon.
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I consider my skin sensitive and this feels very calming and soothing to my skin. Honestly no stinging or tightness at all. When I use clay masks, my skin takes about 4 hours to become normal color, but this mask just feels amazing immediately!