DIY FUN: Masks

Today, I decided to share with you some Mask Spa Treatments.  Remember, same rules apply:

    • I am NOT a doctor; make sure you test each treatment on a patch of skin first
    • I do not endorse any of the suggested treatments
    • if you choose to try any of these suggested treatments, you do so AT YOUR OWN RISK
    • My Bits and Bleeps will not be held liable for ANY outcome of ANY of the suggested spa treatments … you are invited to do your own research prior to trying any treatment.

The Aspirin & Salt Mask

A friend sent this recipe to me; it sounds weird but I was assured that it’ll leave your face glowing.


  1. 6-10 uncoated aspiring (any brand)
  2. a tiny bit of moisturizer


Mash up the 6-10 uncoated aspirin in a bowl … you can use the back of a spoon or even a pestle …  mix with the moisturizer until you reach a consistency of a fine paste (it shouldn’t be liquid).   If you find it to be runny, you may add another aspirin or two.  Once paste is ready, apply to face and/or neck.  Let dry completely.  Rinse off with warm water, rubbing in small circles to exfoliate.

TIP:  You can use it just as a wet exfoliation, just don’t wait for it to dry!  (massage it into your skin and rinse off)

Note:  Don’t have uncoated aspirin?  Try using Epsom Salts!  Epsom Salts draw out impurities.

Yogurt Mask

Yogurt is a great moisturizer; it even soothes red spots and pimples!


 ·  One single serve container of yogurt (preferably plain)

·   approximately 1 cup of sugar


Mix both ingredients together and apply the mixture to your face.  Now you have two options:

  1. You can leave it there like a mask
  2. You can massage into your skin (improves circulation)

To remove mask, just wipe it off with a damp cloth.

Soft skin, almost guaranteed!

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