Spirulina face mask is a great way to cleanse and lift your skin naturally. Spirulina contains about two hundred different vitamins, minerals, enzymes and 18 from 22 discovered amino acids.
Most of people know spirulina as a great superfood and add it to their smoothies or smoothie bowls. If you are one of them, discover our list of most tasty spirulina food and drinks recipes.
Let us take a look at how you can use spirulina powder for your skin.
Here is why spirulina can be your next go-to ingredient for the DIY face masks and toners:
- Spirulina has an anti-aging effect because it can inhibit oxidative processes that lead to aging of the body
- Spirulina is full of microelements: copper, silver, manganese, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, iodine, selenium.
- It supports skin regeneration and makes it fresh due to high concentration of Vitamin C
- It increasing resistance to infectious diseases, including viral etiology
Spirulina Face Mask – Top 3 DIY Recipes
Mermaid Spirulina Face Mask
This soothing, hydrating and ultra calming face mask is so simple to make (only 3 ingredients), but at the same time so efficient against different types of irritation and dullness.
It is made of spirulina, manuka honey and aloe vera pulp. Manuka honey is used to heal skin rashes, wounds and eczema itch. Here we discuss how to use manuka honey for eczema.
Recipe from The Glowing Fridge
Spirulina and Olive Oil Face Mask
Again, a very simple but yet powerful spirulina face mask. It helps to cope with skin irritation and improves skin tone. Main ingredients are spirulina, olive oil and manuka honey. Get the full recipe here.
Recipe from CHRISTINA TSIRIPIDOU
Spirulina Face Mask with Avocado
This one is nourishing and moisturizing. The mask uses intense cleansing and oxygenating virtues of spirulina to its fullest. It also contains some of the most powerful antibacterial essential oils. Get the full mask recipe here.
Recipe from Miss Wish
Apply one of these face masks regularily to ensure younger-looking, healthy skin. Spirulina is especially known for its skin rejuvenating and skin brightening properties, so make use of it!
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