Okay, so we are talking about pores again. I saw this mask on pinterest and my curiosity got the better of me. How could I turn down a beauty experiment that was super cheap ($1.99 for the gelatin, to be exact), and also meant essentially putting pudding on my face? “Putting pudding” is not something you get to say every day, either.
To make the concoction, mix one tablespoon of the gelatin with 1 1/2 tablespoon of milk. Mix together, then microwave for 15 seconds. Wait just a few seconds to let it cool (but not much because it will become too gooey!), and then apply it to your face. I focused on my t-zone, like a true pore strip.
While this mask is on, it feels amazingly refreshing! When your face feels like it was once broken and then put back together again with super glue, you know it is time to peel it off (about 15 minutes).
Despite the peel-off process being slightly painful, I will most likely do this again because my face feels so smooth and clean. Will you try it? Enjoy!
Jenny Williams is an Oklahoma-native who moved to Washington, D.C. in 2009 to fulfill her dream of living in her favorite city and working on Capitol Hill. It took her two-and-a-half-years, however, to realize her true passion was not in writing someone else’s policies behind a desk all day, but rather, in the thing she has always loved: observing the beauty of the world, and writing about it. Leaving politics without glancing back, she entered the less glamorous private sector which allows her more time for writing, and her other favorite things: making breakfast, tearing up while reading Anne of Green Gables for the fiftieth time, and exploring the District with her husband. She can be found elsewhere on the internet at Jeneric Generation.