A very emollient-nourishing mask for dry, aged or damaged skin that can be used daily if desired.
1 tablespoon Comfrey Fenugreek Scrub 1 teaspoon honey a few drops jojoba oil
3 teaspoons dairy cream (organic preferred)
Mix scrub with liquids until a spreadable paste is formed, adding more liquid or scrub half a teaspoon at a time if needed. Makes enough for 1-2 mask applications.
Comfrey Fenugreek Mask for Dry Damaged Aged Skin Type Photo Gallery
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