May 19, 2020
The creative activity from the Boarding House this week will be making a Pantry Face Mask!
 
Looking after your skin is important. Especially as we come into Winter, you may find that your skin is always dry. Face masks are a great way to help revitalise your skin!
 
You may be surprised to know that you can make a rejuvenating face mask with ingredients that you have in your fridge and pantry. Some suggested ingredients are honey, oats, lemon, avocado, brown sugar, coffee grinds, yoghurt.

Try these Elle Face Mask Recipes for some simple solutions to the at-home pantry facial. Check out the Marie Claire Face Mask Recipes for some face mask varieties that can treat specific skin conditions, like a papaya brightening mask. Or, try these Simple Face Mask Recipes for one-ingredient wonder face masks.
 

In preparation for this activity you will need to:

  • Find some DIY Face Mask recipes – see the links for inspiration.
  • Set up a clean space where you can make your face mask
  • Find pantry supplies that you could use to make a face mask.
Tie your hair back and rinse your face with some warm water before applying your mask.
 
Written by the Boarding House Team

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