Multimasking: recipes for every area of your face
Reduced fat quark and honey for the T-zone
1-2 tbsp of low-fat quark and 1 tsp of honey produces a mask that can combat skin impurities. The quark absorbs excess grease and soothes the skin, whilst the honey has an antibacterial function and can prevent inflammations. Leave on the T-zone for 20 minutes and wash off with warm water.
Avocado mask to prevent dry cheeks
Avocados contain unsaturated fatty acids, which are very important for the skin’s own lipid layer. These allow the skin to absorb moisture extremely well. Mash the fruit and apply the mixture to your cheeks. Leave for 20 minutes and wash off with warm water.
Coffee and coconut oil for a refreshing eye mask
You can make a refreshing eye mask by mixing together 1 tsp of coconut oil and 1 tsp of coffee. Apply the paste to the skin under your eyes, leave for 20 minutes and then carefully rinse off. The caffeine helps to reduce puffiness, while the oil helps to restore moisture to the skin.