At-Home Pumpkin Facial Mask
I used about a teaspoon of each ingredient except the canned pumpkin, which I used about two tablespoons. I also only used a teaspoon of the egg white. Honestly, it was a bit messy and didn't adhere to the face very well. I think I used too much of the almond milk, so next time I will take that into consideration. Overall, it makes a nice mask. It did leave my skin smooth and not too dry (although it didn't feel overly moisturized). The mask is supposed to:
Pumpkin makes an excellent face mask ingredient for all skin types, especially environmentally damaged or sensitive skin. High in Vitamin A (skin healing), C (anti-oxidant) and Zinc, the pumpkin soothes, moisturizes and acts as a carrier, assisting the other mask ingredients to absorb deeper into the skin and intensifying the results.