Halloween is over and you’re left with a giant bowl of candy that calls to you each time you pass and an old jack-o-lantern that is looking rather sad. My advice on the candy is to take it to work after two or three days. The old jack-o-lantern, however contains a wealth skin rejuvenating fruit enzymes. Here’s my recipe for a DIY Pumpkin Enzyme Facial:
1/2 cup pumpkin or 1 small pumpkin
1 tsp white sugar
1 tsp olive oil
Drop all of your ingredients into the food processor or blender. Blend until smooth. Add more olive oil in small drops if needed.
1. Start with clean skin.
2. Apply the pumpkin mask to your face, keeping away from your eyes. Do not apply to rashes or broken skin.
3. Allow the mask to set for up to 10 minutes.
4. Rinse with warm water. Pat dry.
5. Enjoy your gorgeous glowing skin!
You can keep the leftover mask in a plastic container in your fridge for about 1 week of facials.