Spirulina Face Mask
As many of you may know I used to be a make up artist and esthetician. I worked in some of the fanciest spa’s in the Metro Vancouver area. Although I don’t do cosmetology for a living anymore I still love to play around with different products and use the knowledge I learned from working in the industry for myself. I’ve had a chance to try out a ton of different skin care lines and definitely have my favorites. The problem is since I don’t get employee discounts on product and free samples anymore there is no way I can afford those luxurious cleansers and lotions anymore.
However, since I am a crafty little gnome I usually find a way to make my own versions of my favorite products on the cheap. Previously I showed you how to make your own version of Lancome’s Bi Facil Eye Make Up remover , how to make your own pore strips and I posted a tutorial on the Oil Cleansing Method. Today I am going to show you how to make a Spirulina Face Mask based on my favorite face mask of all time The Rejuvenating Spirulina Masque by Kerstin Florian. When I worked at one particular day spa we used Kerstin Florian products and when ever I used the Spirulina Mask on a client they always looked AMAZING afterwards. The mask sells for about $65 USD and I don’t know about you but I have a lot more important things to spend $65 on than a face mask. So, I am going to show you how to make it for just pennies!