Many people struggle with their complexion and skin conditions, let me show you How to make a Pumpkin enzyme mask for acne!

This pumpkin enzyme mask can be worn on your face and body. But it’s not only great for the epidermis of the skin, you’ll be able to control acne and back acne.

Now, if you live in the Hollywood area and were to go to a Beverly Hills spa, it would cost you at least $85.

Just follow my instructions and your only spending a couple bucks to look great!

How to make a pumpkin enzyme mask for acneHow to make a pumpkin enzyme mask for acne

So here are the steps to make a pumpkin face mask for acne:

1. Get 1 can of pure pumpkin (make sure you don’t get the pumpkin pie filling because its filled with the sugar and the spices).

2. Add one container of plain yogurt.

3. Add 2 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice, about half of a lemon.

4. Stir everything together.

5. Head to the bathroom, sit on the side of the tub and bring some magazines to read or cell phone to talk. The entire process takes about 20 minutes.

6. Load up the beauty mask on your face and body and then shower it off.

The result is beautiful bright skin and manageable acne and back acne!

Facts about Pumpkin:

Did you know that both fresh and cooked pumpkin are loaded with Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, potassium, alpha-carotene, zinc, beta carotene, and lutein?

So why is pumpkin such a great natural product for the skin?

Vitamin A has skin healing benefits and Vitamin C is an antioxidant, couple those with zinc and you have the makings of a great enzyme face mask for all types of skin. The benefits of pumpkin include soothing capabilities, moisturizing, and facilitating the other mask ingredients to absorb vitamins and minerals in the skin layers (epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous fat) which accelerate the results.

If you’re an ingredient reader, you probably already know that Pumpkin has a multitude of benefits when applied topically to the skin. Many of the leading cosmetics and beauty product companies making skincare products have regularly included pumpkin enzymes as a staple in their ingredients.

Whether, you’re headed to the spa or a homebody that likes the Do It Yourself pumpkin mask treatment, pumpkin and pumpkin extracts can be used in a variety of manners.

So when you’re at the local grocery store or natural food store buying some pumpkin seeds, pickup some fresh pumpkin and make a few pumpkin masks…you might be surprised at the results!