Food for the face

Posted on May 14th, 2009 by Gina

maskmanI received my Daily Candy email the other day, which is sometimes just OTP for me (Oh Too Precious), and read about an organization promoting a salon that specializes in organic food facials.  Hmm, I wondered.  Is this a business model or a way to clean up after the baby?  If a person can use food on her face, wouldn’t it be easier to just go to the refrigerator?

Food, particularly organically grown food, is all the rage for facial products, but not cheap.

But the ‘net is full of cheap, easy facials that serve the same purpose.  So here are some recipes you can follow for the cost of the food you are putting in your mouth!  Leftovers never had it so good.

If you’ve never eaten the food, then be sure to test it on your hand before rubbing it on your body’s only billboard.

Got any other tips for your fellow at-home-remedy champions?  Sassback!

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