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    I just use plain yogurt. I spread it on for a couple of minutes and then rinse off.

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    Thanks, I will try it sometimes
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    i'm going to try the yogurt too.

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    Theres this good mask i used awhile ago..Bath and body works sells it..
    Its called all in a clays work..it really absorbs the oil..you can see it change color when its done..all the oil just gets sucked right out!

    It smells like licorice(sp)?

    Its about 15.00 but worth it i think

    Its a clay mask obv. hence the name

    Queen Helene is great though too..have that now!
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    I am going to have to try the clay mask and the yogurt idea.
    Thanks so much for all the replies. I am buying this stuff today!

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    Let us know how it works. I hate recommending stuff and then not having it work on the person. Makes me feel like a fraud. False advertising. Hope it works.

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    Thanks! I will let you know.

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    I'm another one for the Queen Helene Mint Julep mask. I also occasionally use the Queen Helene Grapeseed Mask, but I like the mint mask better.

    I've read a lot of raves for asprin masks. You dissolve about 5 uncoated asprins in a tablespoon of water and then apply it to your face for 10 minutes or so. I haven't tried it, but I've read it does amazing things for your skin.
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    I have never heard of that. I will have to read up on it.

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    Another good mask is taking the beaten egg white and mixing it with lemon juice. Apply it to the face for 15 minutes and it leaves your face feeling fresh and supple. I would only recommend this for people with oily skin though.

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    Origins- the black charcoal one. It is fantastic. I usually end up with a few little pimpley bumps for a day because it pulls impurities out. But overall, it makes my skin look fantastic. I highly highly recommend it.

    I have dry skin with oily areas in my T zone. It helps with the oily areas without overdrying the rest.

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    I'm gonna try strawberry yogurt. Would smell heavenly!
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    You know who has good masks?

    Crabtree & Evelyn. I worked there the year their skin care line was introduced, and all of it is very good. The masks, in particular, are wonderful. I don't work there anymore, but I still use this stuff.

    They have a Rejuvenating Mask with fruit extracts (it smells like papaya--yummy) and a Deep Cleansing Mask. The Rejuvenating Mask makes your skin extremely refreshed and invigorated, and the Deep Cleansing Mask doesn't dry your skin out. It actually sucks up the oils and cleans your skin and when you rinse it off, your skin is extremely soft. I've been using them both for a year and people are constantly commenting on my skin.

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    Staying with the natural ingrediants, like the Organic are expensive.

    Gosh, I wish I knew a store that sold 'sample' size packages?? It's so hard affording all of this cool stuff!

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