The Benefits of Using a Dandelion Face Mask

The Benefits of Dandelion

Now this is a strange one. As I pondered over all the seemingly “unique” beauty products I own-oatmeal face cleansers and powdered vegan toothpaste-I thought to myself: a dandelion face mask certainly tops the “unique” list.

But are you aware of what dandelions-yes, that weed we’re so intent on destroying-can do for your skin? According to Marsallai Quick, the owner of Maddieloos, dandelions are high in vitamin A, which is known to even the skin’s complexion.

“The detoxification effects of the dandelion can yield clear skin,” Quick said. “Dandelions are high in vitamin A, known for its complexion benefits.”

Vitamins and nutrients include:

 

  • Potassium
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Beta-carotene
  • Calcium
  • Iron
  • Antioxidants

 

The list goes on, but I’ll stop here. Read and then re-read the vitamins and nutrients listed above. Pretty impressive, right? n95 mask

For this reason, she was inspired to create her unique dandelion face mask. Thanks to the vitamins and nutrients within dandelions, this mask moisturizes and cleanses the face while stripping away its impurities-without stripping away natural oils.

What Are the Benefits of Using a Facial Mask?

“What can a facial mask do for me?” This is a very legitimate question. Some beauty gurus may scoff at the question and ask, “What can’t it do?”, but it’s important to know the specific benefits of a facial mask, as well as when to use it and how often it should be applied. First off, facial masks should be applied only once a week, and you can find great application instructions below.

These masks should be a part of your skin care routine, along with cleansers, toners and exfoliators. You’re probably thinking that, with so many skin care products on the market, a facial mask may duplicate the benefits of a cleanser, or a toner.

The answer: Nope.

A facial mask is a unique beauty product on its own. It conditions the skin, creating softness. It cleans beneath the surface to treat blemishes, such as acne scars, and I personally use facial masks, along with an olive oil facial serum, to treat my blemishes.

Not All Facial Masks are Alike

First, you have the ones that are sold at drug stores; they’re popular, but loaded with chemicals that can harm the sk

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