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Skin Care Review: Aspirin Mask (Do-It-Yourself)

by Elizabeth, Liberty, MO

I have tried the Aspirin mask with some success. It is actually a form of beta hydroxy acid and is very gentle. Take 3-4 non-enteric coated aspirin and dissolve in a tablespoon of warm water. Spread on the face and leave on a few minutes until it begins to dry. Then, GENTLY rub the mask to exfoliate for 10 seconds before washing off with tepid water. If allergic to aspirin, DO NOT use this!

My skin is very soft afterwards and does glow somewhat. It also help with any blemishs I may have. Since doing this 3 times a week, I have noticed an improvement overall in my skin texture and color.


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