Facials are a wonderful idea for skin health and beauty. It's best to apply facial masks in the evening, when your skin is free of makeup. They are most effective after a bath or shower, after your face has been gently steamed and the pores are open. Always start with a clean face and neck.
This mask has a good reputation for helping wrinkles. Mix one teaspoon of honey with two tablespoons of heavy whipping cream. Mix very well. With your fingertips, gently massage the mixture into the fine lines and wrinkles on your face. Leave on for at least one half hour. You'll feel a gentle tightening. Rinse off with lukewarm water. I've heard that people who make this a part of their nightly ritual, swear by the results. You be the judge!!
Have your friends over for a facial party with ingredients from your kitchen!