DIY Face Mask.

Good Evening Beauties!

We all know the struggle with annoying blackheads popping up on our face. For years I have dealt with lots of blackheads in my T-zone. I have some acne issues, but the main problem is blackheads. So, naturally, I am always on the hunt for something new to eliminate them. When I heard there was a simple do it yourself mask that was known to eliminate them I just had to try it! I’m talking about the honey and cinnamon mask! This mask is super easy to make, and it really does work.


  • 1 Tablespoon Cinnamon
  • 2 Tablespoons Pure Honey


Mix the cinnamon and honey together in a bowl until it forms a thick paste. Apply to your face using a flat foundation brush. You can either apply it to your whole face or use it as a spot treatment in troublesome areas. Leave the mask on for 10-15 minutes then gently rinse off using warm water. Then continue with your usual skin care routine.

Why I Love It!

When I first put the mask on my face I could immediately feel it working. That is always a good sign in my opinion. There is a slight tingly feeling with this mask, but it isn’t too intense. However, if you have sensitive skin you may want to do a test spot first to see how you react to it. The cinnamon really worked to get deep down into my pores while the honey helped sooth my skin. I left the mask on for a total of 15 minutes to give it a full chance. As soon as I started rinsing it off I could definitely see a difference in my skin. My nose is one of my main problem areas with blackheads. When I wiped off the mask my nose was almost completely clear of blackheads where it had originally been covered with them. I honestly noticed a major difference from using this mask. The fact that it’s easy and cheap to make is even better.

If you struggle with blackheads like I do then you should definitely try this one out.

Thanks for reading! Be back soon.

~Kayle Jo ❤

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