Green Algae Nourishment Mask Recipe

I've got a great recipe for you to try today, a green algae nourishment mask for your face.  Green algae has a lot of benefits for your body when ingested or applied topically.  But first, I want to introduce a cool new site that I'm using.

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Green Algae Nourishment Mask

Algae is high in fatty acids and proteins, so it helps your skin in two ways.  It helps strengthen the fibers in your skin, which tones and lifts your skin.  The fatty acids also help improve your skin's structure, which makes your skin firmer and more elastic.

The proteins help your body make new tissue and new skin cells.  It can also repair damaged cells and replace dead or worn out cells.

When you exfoliate and slough off dead skin cells, your body needs protein to make new cells. Masks like this one will help your skin look great when used once or twice a week.

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What You Need

  1. Combine powdered green algae and enough aloe vera juice to make a thick paste.
  2. Let sit for one minute.
  3. Spread over face and neck and let dry for half an hour.
  4. Rinse well.
That's it to this green algae nourishment facial mask!

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