Having a pen full of chickens in my backyard makes this one a real go to when i want to do a fun face mask. But don't stop reading now if your not Old MacDonald. 

This is a quick and easy treat for all skin types, especially dry skin. I find I have some left over, but usually use it on my little sister, or even my hands. This is a great easy one to do with kids for a fun pampering treat.

Almost everyone has a carton of eggs in their refrigerator at all times. And if your like me, you usually have some yogurt in there as well. 
Got those? Your good to go!

-gives you a great glow
- tightens pores
-deep cleaning
-removes excess oil

What do you need?
- 2 eggs (to cleanse, and remove excess oil, tightens skin and pores)
- 2 tablespoons of plain yogurt (not flavored) ( for moisturizing and softness)
- small bowl
- fork
- foundation brush (optional)

Step 1 - Separate the egg whites into the bowl from both of your eggs.  (I usually cook the yolk for my dogs)

Step 2- Add two tablespoons of your plain yogurt. (I use organic unflavored yogurt. Flavored ones can clog your pores and cause irritation. I bake with plain yogurt instead of eggs usually because of an egg allergy in the family, so I always have this kind. Most health food stores carry it if your normal grocer doesn't.)

Step 3- Wisk with your fork until well mixed

Step 4- Apply to your face with a foundation brush, or you can glop it on with your fingers. 

Step 5- Leave on your face for a few minutes (I usually do 3-5)

Step 6- Rinse your face gently with warm water in circular motions.

Step 7- Close your pores with a quick splash of cold water.

Step 8- Enjoy your soothed and moisturized skin (but try to keep your germy hands off of it.) =)

I do this around once a week to really give my skin a moisturizing drink. I find my skin is very dry after cleansing, even when i apply moisturizer twice daily. This helps balance my skin, and gives me a great glow. 

-Replace your yogurt for honey for an extra sweet softening experience

Most women I make up comment on the coverage of the makeup being "amazing" even if all I used was a tinted moisturizer. What's my trick to a flawless face without five pounds of full coverage foundation? A good concealer!

Women's hormones naturally increase the redness around their nostrils, lip and chin area. Just a quick dab of a full coverage concealer, and your one step closer to looking perfect. 

What do I recommend? Laura Geller "The real deal" concealer $20 for 0.70 oz and is available at Ulta, Sephora, Macys, as well as online. ~Alyx