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    **Carol Belanger** Female

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    Default Oatmeal - A Luxurious Skin Care Treatment

    Mix the ingredients together until a paste is formed.
    Spread evenly over face and neck avoiding the eye
    area. Sit back and relax, maybe through a couple of
    sliced cucumbers on the eyes for the ultimate spa
    experience. When the mask starts to feel a little
    itchy, because the oats are drying, rinse with warm
    water then cool water. Follow with toner and
    moisturizer.

    There are a variety of other ingredients you can use
    in your oatmeal mask such as honey, yogurt, milk,
    baking soda, etc. However, as with all skin care
    products a patch test is always recommended.

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    **Brenda** Female

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    thank you for your formula, it looks easy enough even for me. almost everyone has oatmeal in cupboard! thanks again

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    Not only is it easy, it works too. Thank you for the tip

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    Looks like I should try this too. Thanks

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    Default Oatmeal - A Luxurious Skin Care Treatment

    Oatmeal is one of the best and least costly ingredients for a homemade facial mask, and it works wonders.
    Oatmeal Mask:
    • 1/3 cup of oatmeal
    • 1/2 cup of hot water
    • 2 tbsp plain yogurt
    • 2 tbsp honey and
    • 1 egg white.

    Mix all ingredients. Stir well to incorporate the egg. After cleansing face and neck, use fingertips to pat the facial onto the skin, keeping away from the eyes. Leave facial on for 10 to 15 minutes as the facial dries and tightens the skin. Rinse off in the shower or with warm water and a wash cloth.

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    That is a great recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you i'll give it a try.

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    while you are doing the oatmeal mask maybe do an oatmeal bath at the same time. then every part of your body would feel soft and luxurious.

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    Pretty nice recipe. Is it expensive? But if it is, I don't care. I prefer using home-made skin recipe, coz they are more proven. And many people account for its effectiveness. Oatmeal is very healthy, inside and out. And that's a wonderful thing. The steps are comprehensible.

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    This recipe would not be expensive at all to make.


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