Easy Aspirin Face Mask At Home

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Easy Aspirin Face Mask At Home

I love this easy Aspirin face mask that you can do at home. It’s great for exfoliation of the skin. Additionally aspirin on the skin can reduce acne and pores. My face always feels really smooth after doing this facial on myself. Aspirin for the face has many benefits. As a licensed esthetician, diy skin care is my specialty.

DIY Aspirin Face Mask Tutorial

Aspirin is a salicylate acid that reduces pain, fever, and inflammation. Salicylate acid is related to the acne treatment ingredient called salicylic acid. Salicylic acid can dry out oil that causes acne. Uncoated aspirin tablets contain about 90% acetylsalicylic acid. Uncoated is best for aspirin for the face.

This over the counter medicine is used to treat pain, and reduce fever and inflammation. In some occasions it is used to treat or prevent heart attacks, strokes, and chest pain (angina). Aspirin for the face has many benefits such as removing dead skin cells.

Diy skin care routines are my specialty

Exfoliating Facial Treatment

People with cardiovascular conditions should only ever use Aspirin under the supervision of a doctor. It is important that people with bleeding disorders such as hemophilia not use Aspirin. Additionally those with a recent history of stomach or intestinal bleeding should not use Aspirin.

Aspirin on the skin has been shown to reduce inflammation related to rosacea, psoriatic arthritis, and even skin cancer. It is the most beneficial for inflammation based acne such as cysts and nodules. Crushed up aspirin is the perfect diy skin care routine.

You want to get the uncoated white Aspirin tablets. Due to the fact that these are easily crushed into powder. You only need about 5 Aspirin tablets and 1 tsp of water for just the face. Crush up about 10 uncoated Aspirin tablets with 2 tsp water to include the neck and chest.

This Aspirin fave mask is so simple. Start by crushing up 5 to 10 uncoated Aspirin tablets in a small mixing bowl. Then steam your face with an actual facial steamer or a very warm wash cloth. For the wash cloth just soak it in hot water then apply it to your face for 5 minutes.

This facial step is important in order to open your pores.

Once your face is sufficiently steamed, add the water to the crushed Aspirin and manually mix until it turns into a paste. Apply the Aspirin paste face mask to your skin and let it sit for 20 minutes. Then wash away with warm water.

Time needed: 30 minutes.

Start Aspirin face mask

  1. Step 1

    Start by crushing up 5 to 10 uncoated Aspirin tablets in a small mixing bowl.

  2. Step 2

    Then steam your face with an actual facial steamer or a very warm wash cloth for 5 minutes to open the pores.

  3. Step 3

    add 1 tsp water to the crushed Aspirin and manually mix until it turns into a paste.

  4. Step 4

    Apply the Aspirin paste face mask to your skin and let it sit for 20 minutes.

  5. Step 5

    Wash aspirin face mask off with warm water.

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