Halloween Pumpkin Pulp Face Mask Recipes
Apparently pumpkin is not just great for soups and roasting, it
is high in Vitamin A, C and Zinc - great for a healthy glow, and
well, just look at pumpkin skin…no wrinkles or pimples there
1. Preparing your pumpkin: get some help from an adult
to cut it open and scoop out the seeds - then either
microwave in a bowl with a few cm of water for 15-20
minutes to soften pulp or boil on the stove in water for the same
time. When cooked through the pulp will just scoop out
easily with a spoon.
Quick Tip: You could use
canned pumpkin puree (it is easier but not as much fun!).
Ingredients per person:
- 2 teaspoons pumpkin puree
- ½ teaspoon honey
- ¼ teaspoon milk (or soy milk if lactose
- For dry skin: ¼ teaspoon whipping cream OR ½ teaspoon brown
- For oily skin: ¼ teaspoon apple cider OR ¼ teaspoon
2. Wash your face to remove built up dirt,
3. Combine all ingredients.
4. Mix gently & apply to face, avoiding eye
5. Relax for 15 minutes while your face gets a
6. Rinse off and enjoy that healthy glow!
So what can you do for 15 minutes whilst relaxing and letting
your pumpkin mask do its stuff?
Well you could grab a bunch of your favourite
mags, or you could play a few fun bestie
This one should be easy with a face covered in pumpkin goo, but
just in case some of you are still not laughing, tell some
>>>Download and print our 'fortune teller' template and
take turns spilling the beans!
For more recipes, a quick
tour of the internet will help you find some great face mask
recipes that allow you to use ingredients from home to make
soothing face masks.