She suggest this recipe has a clean, cooling effect, and leaves your skin very soft.
Mix all ingredients until smooth.
Apply a thin layer of the avocado puree to your face with your fingertips, avoiding contact with your eyes and hair. Continue rubbing the paste onto your skin until your face is fully coated.
Remove the mask by rinsing your face gently with warm water; avoid harshly scrubbing the mixture off of your skin. FatFreeKitchen.com recommends splashing your face with cold water after removing the paste in order to close your skin pores. Dab your face with a towel to dry.
Do not apply an avocado mask to your face if you have a known skin allergy to avocado.
Avocado can stain fabric, so consider wearing a shirt you aren't particularly attached to when making an avocado facial mask.
Use an avocado that yields slightly when squeezed, which indicates ripeness. Firm, unripe avocados are difficult to mash into the correct consistency for a face cream.
Consider eating the unused avocado half after making your facial mask.