How to customize your dry powder face mask to suit your skin!

I love how versatile a dry powder face or body mask is. They last longer, you get more for your money, but what I like the most, is the fact that you can customize it to suit your skin type or for the varying conditions your skin may go through.

There are a wide range of dry powder masks available. You may want something with chocolate that not only detoxifies, but is full of antioxidants, or contains lavender to soothe the skin, one that is pumpkin based that exfoliates the skin, or one that contains oat flower which is great for sensitive skin. The choice is endless.

You can further personalize the dry powder mask for your skin type and condition by choosing select mixers.

Water is great for normal skin: It adds a bit of hydration and helps to get the properties of the chosen mask unto your skin.
Carrot juice is great for mature skin: It is great for rejuvenating aging skin, in addition to the properties of the mask.
Yogurt or Cream are great for dry Skin: They are rich, and soften the skin in addition to the properties of the mask.
Honey: Hydrates and cleanses the skin. Since honey is thick it usually used in combination with water but can be used in addition to any other mixer, to add more benefit to the mask.
Lemon or Citrus juices in general are great for oily skin: They help to tone down the shine in addition to the properties of the mask.
Milk is great for combination skin: It helps to soothe the skin.

Have you ever tried dry powder masks? What do you think of them? What are your favorite mixers?

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