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Friday Night Facial | Antho Beauty Chocolatier’s Gift, Organic Yogurt + Honey

Friday Night Facial Mask | Antho Beauty Chocolatier’s Gift, Organic Yogurt + Honey

Facials are one of my ablsolute fave, all-time beauty indulgences besides makeup + baths! Nothing, and I mean nothing, makes you feel pampered, quite like a facial mask! Especially a sweet, creamy, chocolate one… especially when you’re PMS-ing.

One thing I love about this combo besides getting my chocolate fix, is that it’s really cool + soothing. The mask dries, but never really hardens, leaving me with super soft, calm + clear skin!

There’s no real method to the madness here. Just mix as much as you think you’ll use.

  What You’ll Need

Ingredients

Tips

  • Always use the highest quality of fresh, organic ingredients when possible.

Instructions

  1. Combine Yogurt + honey in a bowl.
  2. Mix in the Thesis Beauty Mask to desired thickness.
  3. Apply to clean, damp skin.
  4. Leave on as long as you want.
  5. Rinse off.

Have you tried this yet? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! 

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3 Comments

  • Reply
    Emily
    August 9, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    This looks great! We did chocolate masks for my daughters birthday, and she loved it. I’ll have to try this recipe :-)

    On another topic, I have a question for you. I might be looking in the wrong place, but I’m having trouble finding ingredients in Clinique products. I’ve switched a lot of make-up I use, but I haven’t switched from my Clinique eyeshadow yet. Any thoughts on their products or ingredients?

    • Reply
      Danielle
      August 9, 2013 at 12:32 pm

      Hey Emily!

      Unfortunately, Clinique is owned by the Lauder Group along with MAC, etc. One of my main issues, aside from the toxic ingredients themselves – is that they don’t disclose them publicly (except on their packaging). A few years back when I began transitioning to truly natural products + ditching all my Aveda, Origins, MAC, etc. – I sent requests to the companies individually asking where their ingredient lists might be available. They rarely send them + don’t usually post them on their sites, so I’ve since only made it a point to work with companies who fully + publicly disclose all ingredients where everyone can see them. Here are a few things to try – 1. Google them, 2. Visit the EWG’s Skin Deep Database, some products may be on there, but there’s no guarantee of the current formulations. 3. Snap a pic of the box at a makeup counter, then come home + look up the ingredients.

      As far as eye shadow – I’ve only come across a few natural ones that work well, see my Reviews of them here. More coming soon!

      Hope this helps!

      XO Danielle :)

      • Reply
        Emily
        August 9, 2013 at 5:27 pm

        Thank you for your reply! I kind of thought that might be the case with Clinique – especially since I couldn’t find anything. It seems like companies that aren’t willing to openly list their ingredients aren’t really worth supporting anyway, all health issues aside. But, I’m really trying to replace all of my non-organic makeup with healthy alternatives. Your site is a HUGE help! Thank you :-)

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