DIY Beauty-Grape Masque for Glowing Brighter Younger Skin

You girls know I'm all about Do It Yourself Beauty. So, every week (well knowing me, every other week or every month, lol) I'll try to post one of my favorite Do It Yourself Beauty Recipes. My first one will be my Grape Mask. Mommy used to make this when I was growing up, and I never knew why. Now looking at her and seeing that Mommy is darn near sixty and looks no where near 40, I'm doing everything she did to look young. Anyway, I make this mask about once a week. Many times I have left overs so I freeze them until I use them again. Grapes are one of the most powerful antioxidants in the world. I only make this mask with red grapes because the darker the grape, the more powerful the antioxidants in it and the more younger I'll look! (At least that's what I tell myself!) This mask will leave your skin loaded with antioxidants, glowing, brighter, and the best part, it's super cheap. A pound of grapes is usually $2.99 or $3.99. I prefer organic, just because I'm putting it on my skin. Let's begin:

So you'll start with some grapes, wash them, then you throw them in the blender.
Then blend them, but not so much where they are the consistency of juice. You want them a little thick. I blended these a little too much.
Then take some Flour (FYI, My family thinks I'm weird because I refrigerate my flour, does anyone else do that?)

Throw about 4 or 5 Teaspoons in there so that the mask is a little thick

Then place on the skin. Although my mask is usually thick, I still put one of Lil man's bibs on to cover my clothes just in case the mask starts drooping all over me. (Don't judge me, he doesn't like bibs anyway.)

Wait about 10 minutes, and we're talking brighter, glowing, and silky skin. Also, if you want, you can use grapes with seeds and make a great face exfoliator. Maybe I'll do that video next.

If you have left overs stick it in some tupper ware, and place in the fridge and save it for next time.

Hope you try it.

Let me know how it works.




Zenab said...

I keep my flour in the fridge too, lol.

Makeup On A Budget said...

I will definitely try this! Thanks!

Nikia said...

I love your mask pics. They're the best lol

Anonymous said...

i've always kept my flour in the fridge ;) great tip.

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