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I decided to try this mask out and thank god I did!! I usually make a few eggs for my lunch every few days so I decided to take the whites from one of the eggs and use it with some honey as a mask.
I whipped the whites till they were frothy, and added a squirt of honey
then applied it to my face and using tissues on top. make sure to split apart the tissues so they are thin.
I did about 3 layers and let it sit for an hour. It got really hard and then I slowly pulled off the tissues.
My skin was so soft! and the blackheads on my nose were noticeably less! Yeah they aren't all gone but there are less for sure!
Ive been doing this every other day for a week and I LOVE IT!!!
It did get those pesky blackheads out of the creases of my nose. Its a cheap alternative to buying a mask cream. I wouldnt do it again because my red areas that had gone away with previous scrub treatments and washing my face with clinique 3 step. Now im red again. And i have a lil hickey mark on the top part of my nose.
Didn't really notice a difference sadly... but worth a shot - only thing that scares me about this is the info about "animal protein" in eggs being bad to put on your face b/c bacteria = more breakouts and irritation etc... I'd stick to other natural remedies NOT from animals, except for natural plain greek or other-style yogurt which I love for face masks!
Started this about 3 months ago.. But using tissue as well to peel off..
I had adult acne and cysts in my cheeks.. My whole chin and cheeks were covered and every pore was a blackhead..
I done this twice and my entire face cleared up.. I could say I've gotten less spots in 3 months than in one week before.. I went a bit overboard at the start and done it too much and dried my face out.. But I now do it every 2 weeks and its ye perfect balance.
Basically you get tissue and split the sheet so it's really thin.. Cut it to pieces for your face as cheeks.. T zone.. And your chin!!
Then you get a whisked egg white and pretend it's glue and glue the tissue to your face..
Wet your face with egg.. Stick the tissue and pat it (so you don't break the tissue) with more egg..
Then cover your whole face in egg.. I usually do 3 layers (mind the tissue)
The tissue shouldn't be visible.. If it is. You have used too much..
Let it dry.. Takes a half an hour..
Then when it's Rock hard. Peel it off..
You will actually not believe what you see. The contents of every pore on your face is on the tissue.. Millions of dots.. Some massive blackheads..
If you do it in natural light you can really see it..
Your pores can't get blocked if there is nothing in them..
My pores have shrunk to almost nothing as well!
This is really really unbelievable
i seriously never review anything online- I read reviews all day and night but I never actually post them on my own. This mask actually worked very well for me after one use! Let me give you some background on me:
I am 19 years old and I have struggled with very painful acne since I was about 14 or 15. I typically only break out on my forehead and get very painful cysts/whiteheads in between my eyebrows- it's awful. In the past year or so, I've also started to break out on my chin with the same kind of painful cysts. I've never had acne that didn't hurt like hell. I have tried everything from harsh chemical treatments like Proactiv when I was younger to gentle cleansers to even just using water and coconut oil(which worked the best for a while). I have pretty oily skin as well. I've put every ingredient, fruit, vegetable, oil, etc on my skin that you could imagine. In the past couple of weeks, I started birth control that is supposed to help with acne, but this week it is much worse than ever. Last night I had horrible, painful acne all between my eyebrows and I decided to try to egg white treatment on a whim. I took a shower and soaked my acne in a hot compress for about 10 minutes, then I got out and washed my face. I separated the yolk from the egg and took my egg white into the bathroom. I folded a piece of toilet tissue, dipped it into the egg white and started to spread it over only my acne. I decided not to do it on the rest of the face because I didn't want it to break me out in any other places if I had adverse side effects. I left it on my skin for about 25 minutes, then I washed it off with lukewarm water. It did begin to feel itchy at the end, but nothing unbearable. Immediately after, my skin looked way less red then it did before. This morning I woke up and the pain was practically gone! Now the pimples are still there, but much less noticeable and much less painful. I'm going to try the mask one more time tonight and see what happens tomorrow! My face is also GLOWING! Despite my pimples I didn't even want to put on makeup today because my face felt very fresh. Try this out! Nothing has ever given me real results with the exception of raw honey. I can't want to try this mixed with the honey. Give it a try! :)
I was in my eighth grade health class and my teacher had told us about this remedy. She said, "I can probably count the amount of pimples I've had in my entire life". Hearing this from an adult I trusted, I decided to try it. Her specific directions were to apply as many coats of egg whites to your face as necessary with a makeup brush. Leave that on for about 15-20 minutes before rinsing off with warm water and optionally using your favorite face wash. She told us to follow up by rubbing an ice cube on our face to make the pores close/tighten. I've found it also helps to use a face moisturizer afterward. I've definitely noticed a difference. I do this every Monday night. I would definitely suggest this remedy to anyone with an acne problem.
I am 26 now but as a child a total tard/klutz and CUT OFF the tip of my finger while in the care of a crazy gypsy baby sitter.. She cracked an egg and because it was only the very tip of my finger placed the tip back on peeled the thin skin layer out of an egg and placed it over my severed an re-attached finger tip! I thinking that she was INSANE waited eagerly for my mother with a paper towel over the tip holding it on as the baby sitter had instructed. When my mother got home still holding the tip of my finger tightly in the paper towel screamed "MOM, MOM, MOOoooM I cut the tip of my finger off!" I pulled away the paper to show her and to my surprise the finger tip was sealed back into place! I No scab, nothing but a tiny whit circle where it had been bleeding and cut. I have a perfect circular scar on that tip to this day and mild numbness at the tip but it is/was completely healed! My mother thought I was insane but I have never forgotten to this day that little trick.. Just in case my own child ever happens "Hopefully not " but if he does something so stupid like chopping an apple with a butcher knife. I will know what to do. :] Having read most of the reviews on these "Egg mask" ideas in my reading I have noticed a similar theme. Although I have not tried this I have heard some face types have been broke out worse. I believe that the amount of bacteria on the face in eggs or hands may be most likely the culprit. Before and after the mask washing face/hands might help with break outs after use. I am attempting to find my nearest Safety choice Pasteurized egg supplier and try this wonderful Idea. Using pasteurized eggs MAY very well make a HUGE difference in safety as well as lower the break out and bacteria risks. EGGS ARE AMAZING! :p
I have blackheads on my face, not huge pores, but I do have a lot. I read that this would pull them out, so I was disappointed when none of my black heads were removed after doing this, however; this did make my skin glow and left my face feeling smooth. I love to do this mask and then my makeup, it leaves me looking clear. All you do is separate the egg white from the yolk, use a old makeup brush (a clean one) to spread it onto your face, then once the first layer is finished drying grab some toilet paper and place it on your face, applying another layer of the egg white , wait about 30 minutes and you're all good . (: This also did not irritate my skin at all, good for all in my opinion.
I only used this once, with one organic brown egg white. I used my fingers and spread it all over my face. At first it felt good, because it tightened and I felt a sort of tingling sensation. I left it on for ten minutes, but it still wasn't dry yet, so I waited until it was dry and tried to peel it off like many people said to online. However, it was so flaky that it came off in tiny tiny pieces, and I felt like a layer of my skin came off with it too! My normally oily skin was really dry, itchy, and red, and my pimples were worse. I have not done it since, and I will never because of the horrible results.