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Do you have occasional breakouts and dull skin? Egg whites and honey is the perfect combo to address two of your skin concerns. All you need is two ingredients to make this awesome mask that'll give your the healthy glow. You all know the benefits of honey but here's a little background on egg whites. This ingredient help tighten pores and prevent an accumulation of dirt, which causes blackheads and acne breakouts. In addition, mix it with honey will also improve skin tone and leaves your face feeling supple and healthy.
Ingredients: One egg (egg white only) and One tablespoon of honey


Crack the egg and separate the egg white in a bowl (you can save the yolk for cooking). Pour in a tablespoon of honey to the egg white and mix it together. Once both ingredients are combined it's time to prep your face for application.
Cleanse your face as usual and lather the face mask onto your face (avoiding the eye area). Leave the treatment on until it begins to tighten (usually take 10-15 minutes) and rinse way with water.
Your pores should feel tightened and skin should be deeply cleansed.
Not only are they a great source of protein for our bodies, egg whites also help to tighten pores and prevent an accumulation of dirt, which causes blackheads and acne breakouts. By removing exces oil, they’re also proven to improve skin tone, especially dryness, leaving skin with a healthy, desirable glow.The honey is also beneficial in a face mask, as it is a natural antibacterial that helps to sooth and moisturise skin, whilst softening the face for a smooth, flawless finish like no other cosmetic can do.
I feel like I'm going to need to start buying two dozen eggs instead of the usual 12. One box for my stomach, the other for my face, hahah.
This is a classic mask! Actually, I save the egg yolk and also apply it on my face. The egg yolk is very moisturizing and helps with wrinkles.
@karly12 I recommend using this once a week but if want to clear acne twice a week. However, you'll need to moisturize your skin to prevent it from drying out.
I like adding a few drops of lemon juice when I get occasional breakouts.
How often should it be use?
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