Lately, we've been going to our kitchen cupboards instead of our medicine cabinets to solve our hair and skin problems. We've experimented with just about everything, from oatmeal to olive oil. And we met another woman who co-signs putting food on your face.
Amanda Quartarolo, an assistant manager at Rebecca Taylor, likes to put raw honey on her face as a mask. She explained, "I find the mask moisturizing and it really helps if you're getting a breakout. Leave it on for 15 or 20 minutes, until it starts dripping... and then I remove it. Don't do it outside! The bugs are attracted to it."
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