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    • Mint Souffle Mask

      Pamper yourself at home with this do it yourself Mint Souffle Mask for tired skin! This simplistic 3 ingredient mask recipe gets back to basics, but provides an uplifting, rejuvenating mask that will leave your skin feeling soft and fresh.

      1 tablespoon ground or powdered spearmint
      1 tablespoon oil
      1 tablespoon honey

      Combine all in a blender and Whirl until fluffy. Apply to clean skin with fingertips or light brush. Let set 10-15 minutes while relaxing and enjoying tranquil music. Rinse with warm water, pat dry. Enjoy the beautiful glow of your rejuvenated skin!


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