This delicious & nutritious combination is a powerhouse of nourishment for your skin!
The honey is antioxidant, astringent, and nutritive. Helping to soothe, nourish, and tighten your skin, honey leaves your face feeling brand new after you wash it off!
Check out this informative article by HealthLine talking about the benefits of using honey on your skin!
Adding Triphala to the honey is a super duper bonus! Not only making this even more tasty, Triphala also adds more nutrients to the honey to help take care of your skin! To learn more about Triphala, you can find our article by clicking here .
We believe that anything that you put on your skin, you should be able to eat (except for arnica hehe), and of course there are some exceptions but the principle behind that is we want to reduce the amount of toxins and chemicals we are exposed to as much as possible - we apply this to our cleaning products as well, which we make ourselves - an article on that coming soon!
What we love about this facemask is that you can eat it!
You can use it in tea, on cookies, or just a tasty, healthy sugar fix!
How we recommend using this face mask is applying it by finger to your face 15-30 minutes before a shower. We suggest stirring the honey with your finger as some of the triphala will rise to the top of the jar sometimes - and then apply is to your face, closed eye lids, lips, etc! Allow it to sit for 15-30 minutes and then rinse it off with warm water in the shower!
You can do this once a week, 3 times, or every night - that's up to you!
We definitely suggest using it AT LEAST once a week!
This honey is safe for children over the age of 1.
If you have any questions or want to order yourself a jar of this magic - please email us at:
Communitynourishment@gmail.com or call (904)-295-7384
This blog is intended to provide information on this herb/remedy/formula that I use regularly in my practice. This blog is for educational purposes only, mainly for people who work with me or my remedies and are looking for the information on the remedies, how and why I use them, and what is in them. There is much more existing information on each herb and remedy and as always I encourage everyone to ask lots of questions and to dive into research for themselves as well as consulting with a professional.