A simple face mask that moisturises and plumps up skin to look beautiful.


  • 1 Small Banana
  • 1 Teaspoon Extra - Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 Tablespoon Overcooked Rice
  • 1 Teaspoon Fresh Lemon Juice
  • 1 Teaspoon Raw Honey
  • 5 drops Clove Essential Oil


  1. Mix well and apply to clean, damp skin.


Great for a girls night or a weekend pick me up for your skin.

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There seems to be so much pressure out in the world – whether it be on the web, the millions of parenting books we think we need or even from fellow parents – that we need to be perfect parents, she wants to show that this simply is not true.

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  • I enjoy using natural face masks, will give this a go


  • This sounds amazing! what a great recipe for a mask. Will have to try this next time is get a chance to pamper myself.


  • This would be so good and smell wonderful. I love a beautiful softening mask which also exfoliates my skin. Bring it on.


  • I think I have all these ingredients. My face sure could do with some plumping and refreshing. Cucumber on the eyes works wonders!


  • I love all the natural ingredients!


  • My daughter likes to make homemade facemask ????
    Sounds this recipe is for more then one applications. Does it stay well in the fridge?


  • Nice and natural, thanks for sharing.


  • Such a great idea and a cost saver as well thanks


  • I always love homemade face mask.It works well and save money


  • OMG! Who knew how simple this could be with ingredients that I have.


  • I love these all natural ones!


  • I would like to eat most of these ingredients


  • I think I would rather eat the banana! Seems a lot of ingredients but worth a try if you have all the ingredients on hand.


  • This is new for me, that rice and banana can do wonders for a tired face. Lemon and honey are antibacterial/antioxidant and my regualrs.


  • Oh wow rice?! Never heard of that in a face mask.


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