Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Egg Facial!

Hey everyone. Do you have eggs in your refrigerator? Well, if the answer to that question was yes than you will be able to do what I am about to tell you. 

What you need:

-Two Bowls


1. Crack the egg and separate the yolk from the white. (if you do not know how to do this I am sure there is a video on how to separate the egg!)  

2. Put the egg white in one bowl and the yolk in the other

3. Put aside the the yolk and beat the white until it gets a little foamy

4. Wash your face and apply it with your fingers all over your face avoiding the eye area

5. Let this harden until you cannot smile (because the mask hardened) 

6. Once it is hard use a wet wash cloth and clean your face

Benefits of egg white:

-It tightens your skin
-It brightens you skin
-It controls oil skin
- Removes white heads

What to do with the yolk?

Well the egg yolk makes an excellent moisturizer! Just take your fork an prick a whole in the yolk. Use your fingers and apple this to your face until it hardens and you can't smile. Then use a wash cloth and rinse your face!

Once you finish your skin should feel refreshed and tight!

Apply an anti-aging serum if you would like to because the eggs do not have an anti-aging property.

I recommend doing some type of face mask once a week (weather it is one you buy or one you make) I will be doing more DIY face mask tutorials so keep an eye out!

Hope you enjoyed! 



  1. Nice!! If you else fails we can make merengue and mayo!! hehe.. thanks for the tip, will be trying out on weekend :)

  2. Hmmmm. may try this. I like doing a honey mask once a week. I'll have to think about the egg, don't really like the smell of them too much. I do need some brightening and tightening though. :) Thanks for sharing.

  3. I have tried the egg white face mask before but haven't tried using the yolk for moisturizer yet. Thanks for sharing Cami :)

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  4. I never try this facial but my uncle who had acne he did it every-night and now look so wonderful,

  5. I've done this before, and it works well! Thanks for sharing :)

  6. I have never done this before, thanks for sharing :) Definitely going to try it out :)

  7. Egg facials are the best!

  8. I have tried oatmeal facials...I will give this a go, thanks for sharing.

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  9. Hey love love your blog. I'm going to definitely try this egg facial. (hoping I don't cook hat bad boy before I try it because im addicted to eggs)... But thought of using it as a facial. Thanks for that advice.

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  10. That's awesome! Which reminds me, I need to go buy some eggs... lol!


  11. following back :) I have always wanted to try this facial!!

  12. This is such a smart idea! I'm going to try this tonight!

  13. thanks for coming by my blog!
    this egg facial looks so interesting... might have to try it soon!

  14. good idea! Im dry/ dehyrdated so this might not be the best for me... well the yolk might be good!

  15. i will try this for shure! =)