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Friday, April 26, 2013

Pomade d'Hebe African Beauty Treatments

These easy Homemade African all natural face masks for smoother softer skin and are the perfect recipe for your spa night at home. The mixture of crushed flowers and honey is a relaxing pampering treatment. Create a homemade mask to help lessen crow’s feet and laugh lines.


To make Pomade d'Hebe skin softening African beauty treatment:
Pomade d'Hebe skin softening African beauty treatment·        Melt one ounce of shea butter on gentle heat
·        Then add one finely crushed lily bulb
·        Add 2 teaspoons honey
·        ½ teaspoon rose-water
·        Two drops of dew from a rose pedal
·        Apply evenly to your face and throat, except eye lids and lips and leave on for 15 minutes.
·        Rinse well with warm water and pat dry.

·        Use twice a day.

To make Pomade d'Hebe skin moisturizing African beauty treatment:
·        Warm 2 tablespoons honey
Pomade d'Hebe skin moisturizing African beauty treatment·        Two drops of dew from a rose pedal
·        Whip egg and mix with two drops of dew from a rose pedal
·        Add mixture to honey and mix well
·        Apply evenly to your face except eye lids and lips and leave on for 20 minutes.
·        Rinse well with warm water and pat dry.

·        Use twice a day.

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