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Turn Your Thanksgiving Leftovers Into A Yummy Face Mask

Now that the Thanksgiving feasting has come and gone, you may be looking for a way to use up those leftovers. Before you stuff your freezer with this year’s food, try pampering yourself a little bit. You’ll need it after all of that Black Friday shopping you have planned!

Certain Thanksgiving foods have great benefits for the skin, so you should definitely consider whipping up a DIY facemask or body scrub with these items, especially if you’ve had your fill of pie.

1. Cranberry Face Mask

According to Huffington Post, cranberries have extraordinary anti-aging benefits, so go ahead and slather this mask all over, girl! All you need to create this are cranberries, a little honey and a dash of cinnamon.

2. Sweet Potato Scrub

Photo via: Brit + Co

A little bit of sweet potato, ginger, brown sugar and coconut oil can go a long way. According to Brit + Co, this scrub will treat the skin in a variety of ways. It'll even your complexion, soothe dry skin and make skin less oily. Who knew sweet potatoes could be just as good for your face as they are for your tummy?!

3. Pumpkin Face Mask

Photo via: Gimme Some Oven

Gimme Some Oven points out that pumpkin has brightening properties that will give you an incredibly bright glow over the holidays. Best of all, this facial is just three ingredients away. You'll need pumpkin, honey and lemon to make the season bright!

--Labels and Lacquer girls

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