All Natural Scar Reducing Mask

Fall is for Apples.
Apple cider vinegar is a natural product of crushed fermented apples with powerful anti-bacterial properties. Apple cider vinegar kills bacteria and helps balance PH levels, it can also absorb excess oil which clogs the pores causing inflammation.

Every day is for green tea & honey.
Green tea has the been know to heal acne scars. It has powerful healing properties and antioxidants for healing acne scars. Honey is a natural antibiotic and moisturizer.

Acne/Scar Reducing Facial Mask

1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
2 tablespoons green tea (chilled, just brew some hot green tea then allow it to cool)
7 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons honey
Glass jar with lid

*optional- 4 drops jojoba oil and 2 drops eucalyptus essential oil

Final Facial Mask Scrub

In a small bowl combine apple cider vinegar,  green tea 5 of the 7 tablespoons of sugar, honey, jojoba oil and eucalyptus oil together. Mix until evenly combined then add last two tablespoons of sugar into the mixture. Pour into glass jar, put on lid and gently shack to make sure all ingredients are combined. Place in the fridge for ten minutes to thicken.
Apply to face in circular motion, leave on for ten minutes. (The apple cider doesn’t smell the best) Rinse face and gently pat dry. Store remaining in the fridge.

Acne/Scar Reducing Toner:

Great to use after the face mask.

1 part apple cider vinegar to two parts chilled green tea.
Small glass jar or other small bottle.

Fill jar with the 2:1 mixture. Shack well. Using tissue or face cleaning pads wipe on all over face. Let air dry. Follow with your favorite gentle face lotion.

“Turn your scars into stars.” Robert H. Schuller


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