(Good For Normal to oily skin)
Ingredients: 1 pumpkin slice and 1/4 cup milk.
Remove the skin and the seeds from the pumpkin slice and cut it into cubes. Throw them in a bowl and nuke 'em until they are soft and then mash them. In a different bowl, add 2 tablespoons of the mush to the milk and mix well.
Pour a small amount of the mixture onto a washcloth and wash your face with it in the am and before bed. Rinse with warm water.
Pumpkin Face Mask
(Good for Dry skin)
Ingredients: 1 pumpkin wedge, 1 tablespoon olive oil
Remove the rind and cut the wedge into cubes. Boil the cubes in water for 10 minutes and drain them. Mash them in a bowl and allow to cool. Add 2 tablespoons of the mush to the oil and mix well.
Apply to your face and neck and chill out for about 20 minutes and rinse off with warm water.
Pumpkin Eye Mask
(Good for all skin types)
Ingredients: 1 pumpkin slice, 1 teaspoon honey
Peel and seed the pumpkin slice and cook it in 2 cups of boiling water (or until soft) and then mash it and add the honey until it is blended.
Put the mixture inside clean gauze (I didn't think this one through--do people keep gauze in their house?) and place over your eyes and chill out for 20 minutes.
*I kind of have to reject the fun part of the third one here, October or not...I just did a post about how almost anything can de-puff eyes. Just wait 'till Christmas when I tell you to put cookies on your eyes.