How to Make an Aspirin and Honey Mask


Do you have issues with acne, clogged pores, or dry skin? You can easily make a natural treatment at home to clear up your skin. An aspirin and honey mask will effectively moisturize and exfoliate to unclog pores. Aspirin is a derivative of salicylic acid, an exfoliant that cleans deep within the pores, while honey is a natural antiseptic and moisturizer. Follow these steps to make an effective aspirin and honey mask.

How to Make an Aspirin and Honey Mask

Wash and dry your face.

Put 6 to 8 uncoated aspirin tablets in the palm of our hand. Add a couple drops of water and smash the tablets with the fingers of your other hand. Do not add too much water as you want a thicker paste and not a runny consistency.

Squeeze a generous amount of honey onto the aspirin paste. Mix it up in your palm with your fingers.

Apply the honey and aspirin mixture onto your face, one section at a time. Avoid the eyes and lips area.

Allow the mask to dry for 15 to 20 minutes.

Gently wash off the mask with water, moving your hands in circular, light motions. Pat dry lightly with a clean towel.

Tips & Warnings

  • Use the aspirin honey mask once or twice a week regularly for the best results. Do not use it every day, as aspirin can dry some skin types. For a moisturizing mask, skip the aspirin and use honey only.
  • Do not apply too close to the eyes, lips or nostrils. The aspirin mask has flakes that may come off, so be careful when applying it around the eyes and nose.

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