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Kate Somerville has helped Hollywood celebrities like Jessica Alba, Kate Hudson, and Demi Moore get glowing skin, and even ...
if you can’t rush into her clinic, you can still get the same treatment at home. Watch our video as Kate shows you how to make a hydrating mask using yogurt, flax seeds and honey.
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How to Make an At-Home Facial Mask with Kate Somerville
Zelana Montminy: You can pay big bags for fancy spa facials or you can whip up your own treatment at home using Kate’s Somerville’s hydrating yogurt and honey mask. Well Kate’s known for giving signature treatments to Hollywood celebrities. She started her skin careline right from her kitchen and has some full proof homemade remedies to give you that instant celebrity glow.
Kate Somerville: So you don’t always have time to come in to my clinic so I want to give you a simple natural mask that you can do right on your refrigerator.
You’re going to need a little bit of yogurt, some ground flax seed and a little bit of honey and then your utensils. You need a bowl, a spoon and a brush. So it’s really simple, you’re going to take two tablespoons of plain yogurt and trying to get organic, a tablespoon of flax seed, brown flax seed and a dollop of honey and you just mix it together and voila you’ve got your mask.
Okay so you’re going to apply a thin layer and go on upward strokes so that lactose that natural lactose and the yogurt can go to work and give you that gorgeous glow. And then I want you to actually scrub this on because that flax seed is going to act as a physical exfoliation.
Zelana Montminy: I’m going to scrub for about 30 seconds and then leave it on for about two minutes and let the lactic acid do its job and then I want to wash it off with warm water.
Kate Somerville: Yeah you just rinse with warm water and then you apply your moisturizer. So the honey and the mask is great for hydration.
Zelana Montminy: And it’s also an antimicrobial which means that it gets rid the bacteria and helps for that future breakout.
Kate Somerville: Absolutely, and you get three things in one, you get exfoliation, you get the hydration and you prevent future breakouts all in one mask.
Zelana Montminy: Like I feel the difference already on my skin.
Kate Somerville: Absolutely and it’s so easy, it’s right on your refrigerator and look at you you’re glowing.
Zelana Montminy: I love it. It’s natural, thank you so much.
Kate Somerville: You’re so welcome.
Zelana Montminy: Thanks for watching Bellasugar and stay beautiful.