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DIY Spa Day: mColostrum Face Mask

Updated: Feb 16

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I've tried many clay masks and they dry my skin out so bad. Other ones I've tried literally burn my skin. This mColostrum face mask is so easy & only requires two ingredients: mColostrum + raw milk. It's possible to make it with water or hydrosols, too. Let me first start by sharing that Crucial FOUR's mColostrum is the best I have ever tried! It's grass-fed, fluffy, silky, and not stripped of fat! The micronutrient analysis is unlike anything I've seen before, with immune factors (like IgG), growth factors, proline-rich polypeptides, and more. I like to think of it as live colostrum since they were able to maintain the properties as if it were in its liquid form! Versatility is mColostrum's strong suit as I like to use it in my coffee (it makes it so frothy!), baked goods (think mColostrum pancakes -- I add some mCollagen + Salt in there, too), in my first aid kit (I did a whole post on why this is a must in mine!), and face mask. I am sure it has many other applications, too, but I wanted to share this mask as it's so easy and also is one of the few I've tried that doesn't hurt my skin.

My skin feels so rejuvenated and silky smooth after adding this in my beauty routine!


- approx. 1 tsp mColostrum (affiliate code: SB10)

- approx. 1/8 tsp raw milk

- mix until it forms a paste (sometimes I need to add more colostrum, sometimes more liquid)

- then I apply it quickly since it dries so fast!

- If I have any left over, I put it on the backs of my hands

- I let sit on my face for a few minutes, and then rinse off with warm water

Watch the video:

After rinsing, I applied some Sovereign Salve (affiliate code applied when you click through the link and guasha'd my face. It has been a long time since I've done anything like this and it felt so good!

Not up for making your own? There is a Milky Mask from Kossma Beauty (affiliate code applied when you click through link) that doesn't use clay. This is the only prepared mask I've used that my skin likes!

Hope you enjoyed a snippet of what goes on behind the scenes, here! As always, #GetSatiated.


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