I Was Confused When She Put Egg Whites All Over Her Face But The Reason Is Brilliant!

Eggs are popularly known for being incredible and edible, but they also go well beyond the realm of omelets and the breakfast table. For thousands of years the little shelled ovals have be used in a variety of homemade do it yourself beauty treatments. People mix them up into hair masks and face treatments targeted for hydrating skin and hair, preventing acne, diminishing blemishes and scars, preventing hair fall, and more.

Eggs can even be used to get rid of pesky blackheads. The gross pore clogs are a real pain in the butt to remove, especially for people who have a dry skin type. Most people turn to pore cleaning strips that supposedly work to help pull them out, but in reality all that the pricey strips seem to do is dry out the fragile skin on the nose and irritate it further.

Plus, they can be quite painful to remove. Instead of wasting more money looking for a solution to this age old beauty problem, try this 100% natural method that uses only egg whites. It’s effective at removing blackheads, incredibly cheap, and it simultaneously provides a number of other benefits.

YouTube beauty blogger BabamitsANNE shows how it’s done and explains all the steps and fine details. The mask she whips up in the video is a multipurpose one that does it all. It deep cleanses skin, removes blackheads and whiteheads, tightens pores, controls oiliness, gets rid of acne scars, reduces wrinkles, and makes your complexion glow.

Start off by cracking open an egg, separate the white from the yolk and place it in a small bowl. Beat the white slightly, then apply it onto your face and neck with a face brush. Make sure you avoid your eyes and mouth. Next, take a piece of tissue and cut out eye, nose, and mouth holes.

Place the tissue over your face and gently pat it onto the egg white, then apply a second layer of egg over the tissue and let it dry completely, or for at least 30 minutes. When time is up gently peel the tissue upwards and off your face, wash with a warm washcloth and pat dry.

You’ll notice right away how good your skin looks. It will be smoother, more hydrated, fresher feeling, and glowing with healthiness. For the best results, people with oily skin should use this twice a week and those with dry skin only once.

What are you waiting for? Grab an egg and some tissues and try it out for yourself!

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She Places Mason Jar Lids On A Pan For Breakfast. The Result Is An Unexpected Delicious Surprise!

“Everything in life is presentation”, the saying goes.  If you have kids who are finicky eaters, or you are just the kind of cook who loves to present your food with just that little extra bit of perfection, this video is for you.  Most people love the McMuffin, which has those perfectly round eggs.

This easy DIY can make that happen at home. All you need are mason jar lids to form these perfectly round sunny side up eggs.  With 2 eggs, cooking spray or butter, tongs and those lids, you can surprise everyone with your own McMuffin at home.

After you crack each egg inside each mason jar lid, you will season to taste, and watch the video to see how incredibly easy it is to flip and have those english muffins or toast ready for your mouth-watering presentation of breakfast at home.  Let us know how yours come out if you try this.

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Man Cracks Eggs Into An Ice Cube Tray. The Reason Is Brilliant

Dairy products can be expensive so when they are on sale it’s wise to stock up on your favorites.  While many dairy items do not keep long after being purchased or opened, there is a way to store and preserve your dairy stockpile.  YouTube favorite HouseholdHacker explains that by freezing dairy products you can extend their shelf life and shows how to best go about doing it.  Here is a breakdown of what works for common dairy items.

Milk can be frozen for 1-2 months and coffee creamer for up to 6 months.  Thaw milk in the refrigerator for a day or two and be sure to shake it up before using because it will have separated.  Cheese is a bit more difficult to freeze because the texture can be affected.  While most cheese is freezable, Parmesan works best, and shredded cheese is the way to go because blocks tend to get dry and crumbly.

Shredded cheese can be stored for 2-3 months, then thaw it out in the refrigerator before using and that should help retain its original texture.  Salted butter can last 6-8 months if wrapped well and unsalted only a month.  Make sure there is nothing in the freezer with a strong smell or pungent odor because you risk having the butter pick it up and tasting like that.

Greek yogurt freezes well for a couple of months, then thaw it and stir well before enjoying.  You can make yogurt pops by sticking a popsicle stick in the container top before freezing or pour the yogurt in an ice cube tray and use them in smoothies.  Full fat cream cheese can be frozen but results vary when thawed as to texture depending on the brand you buy.  Use it right away once it has been thawed in dips, sauces, and baked dishes.

Finally, eggs can be frozen by cracking one egg into each individual ice cube slot on the tray.  After they freeze completely simply pop out of the tray, store in a freezer bag, and have them on hand for when a recipe calls for only one egg.

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He Starts Drilling Into An Egg. When He’s Finished It’s STUNNING!

Decorating Easter eggs is a tradition in many households this time of year. Perhaps the most well known method is coloring eggs with a Paas decorating kit. It seems to be sold everywhere and contains color tablets, stickers, egg holders and even a little wire egg-dipper contraption that can barely hold an egg. The whole thing is very convenient but also filled with chemicals.

Eggs are extremely fragile. They can break very easily. That is what makes Franc Grom’s egg art truly impressive. He drills thousands of little holes into lace-like shapes.

Franc says, ”When I start working on an egg, I don’t know exactly how it would look like in the end. I create the design along the way. I do a basic lace-like pattern, and then I fill it in. Sometimes it turns out beautiful.” The artist also says he once drilled 24,000 holes in one egg!

This egg decorating technique is off the charts.  Do you think you could design your Easter Eggs like this?

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This Woman Wraps Thread Around A Balloon. But When She’s Done It’s Stunning!

When you think about Easter, the first thing that probably pops in your head is Easter eggs.  Nothing is more fun than decorating eggs with the kids and hiding them. Then having the kids go on an Easter egg hunt. But the real question is how did Easter Eggs become synonymous with this holiday?

The decoration of eggs has been going on for thousands of years.  In ancient Sumeria and Egypt decorated ostrich eggs are found at the grave sites.  In ancient Christianity, people colored eggs red which represented the blood of Christ.  Another reason eggs began to to show up during Easter is because during Lent they were prohibited.

Currently, Eastern and Orthodox Catholic Churches still color their eggs red.  While others color their eggs in multicolor and place them in baskets.  In the video below you will learn a new way to decorate your eggs that you have probably never seen before.  I can’t wait to try this out!

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Scientists Recently Discovered The 5 Health Benefits of Eating 3 Eggs Per Day

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For years, it was thought that eating eggs regularly, would raise your cholesterol to unhealthy levels. However, recent scientific findings have proven that although our bodies naturally produce significant amounts of cholesterol, they accommodate by producing less, when we consume foods that contain cholesterol.

This is great news, especially in the case of eggs, that have incredible health benefits when eaten daily! Not only do they have the capacity to provide nutrients containing much-needed vitamins and protein, but they also act as a preventative for many potentially life-threatening diseases.

Two to three eggs per day will enrich your diet with Vitamins A, D, E and B-12. According to the “Huffington Post”, they are also rich in folate, calcium, and omega-3 fatty acids. The amount of HIGH-QUALITY PROTEIN in a single egg, according to “Health 24”, is equal to 30 grams of meat! The quality of this protein is rated much higher, than that found in beef or milk.

The VIDEO you are about to watch below will go into greater detail about these important nutrients, as well as CHOLINE…important for BRAIN HEALTH, and the anti-oxidants found in eggs. These ANTI-OXIDANTS protect EYE HEALTH and LOWER the RISK of many CANCERS. Also discussed is the WEIGHT CONTROL provided by eggs, as well as BONE, HAIR and NAIL HEALTH.

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