I’m going to give you a great recipe for a facial. If you have acne scarring, hyperpigmentation, or just need to exfoliate in a major way, this is your lucky day. This facial is for long term use. You should see results immediately, but will see better results over a period of time.
Do you know what mung beans are? They’re a staple in Asian cooking—used in everything from soups to deserts. Today we’re going to use them for a facial. I got this recipe from someone who had an allergic reaction to food. Her face broke out badly and she was left with some scarring. She has used the formula for a year and her skin is perfectly clear.
1. With a blender, make a fine powder of mung beans and put aside.
2. Dampen a face cloth in warm tea such as sage or warm water with a few drops of essential oils such as lavender or rose. Then lay the cloth over your face for 10-15 minutes to loosen dirt, oil, and debris on your skin.
3. Scoop some of the mung bean powder in your hand and scrub it on whichever part you want to exfoliate.