One mask, remarkable for its ease of preparation and effectiveness, will help visibly rejuvenate the skin and also fight the signs of fatigue.
Laminaria is the same seaweed that is so beneficial for our body. However, you can not only eat it, but also smear it on your face. What is so remarkable about the kelp mask?
First, it has excellent regenerative properties. This means that it gently removes dead cells from the skin's surface. After such a procedure, the face will seem to shine and take on a rested look.
Secondly, the mask is especially useful for aging skin, as it is able to smooth out wrinkles.
So, if you come to the conclusion that such a mask is very useful, take into account the recipe for its preparation:
You will need a tablespoon of dried kelp (we go to the nearest pharmacy for it) and a tablespoon of cool water. Fill the algae with water and, as soon as they swell (in just a couple of minutes), the mask can already be applied to the face, including the area around the eyes. The mask should have the consistency of thick sour cream. Of course, the skin should be thoroughly cleaned before application. The mask should remain on the face for about half an hour, then just rinse off with water. It is not recommended to smear your face with algae too often, 2-3 times a week will be enough. Wrinkles will not noticeably decrease on the first day, but after several weeks, so please be patient.
Perhaps this is the mask you will include in your arsenal of remedies to combat the signs of fatigue and aging.