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DIY Manuka Honey & Turmeric Face Mask LATV Network - Jessica Rose

On the latest television episode on LATV Network, I teach you how to make a DIY beauty recipe using ingredients found right in your kitchen. Beauty doesn't have to be complicated or expensive in fact it can be quite simple. Manuka honey and turmeric have been my go-to face mask for over 15 years and I have to tell you they work like a charm! You don't need expensive face creams or products filled with harmful chemicals to get spa-like results. Look no further than your kitchen.

A natural approach to beauty using minimal ingredients is one of the best ways to look and feel your best at any age.

Jessica Rose on LATV Network - Get It Girl TV

Cultura Shock Season , Episode 5

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10 Reasons to Try a Manuka Honey Turmeric Face Mask

Click to read the full article and watch the video on LATV Network: "At Home Facial for Glowing Skin."

  • Reduces hyperpigmentation

  • Brightens dark spots

  • Minimizes acne

  • Reduces acne scars

  • Gently exfoliates

  • Balances bacteria on the skin

  • Soothes and moisturizes skin

  • Decreases inflammation

  • Supports graceful aging

  • Encourages a healthy glow

How is Manuka honey different than regular honey?

Manuka honey comes from New Zealand by bees that pollinate the native manuka bush. Also known as the Tea Tree. Manuka honey’s antibacterial properties are what set it apart from traditional honey. Since it has stronger properties it can reduce bacteria on the skin to prevent acne, reduce inflammation, stop enzymes such as cathepsins from destroying collagen, and is incredibly hydrating and soothing to the skin.

The antibacterial component in manuka honey is methylglyoxal (MG). MG is a compound found in most types of honey, but manuka honey has it in greater amounts. Honey producers have a scale for rating the potency of manuka honey. The rating is called UMF, which stands for Unique Manuka Factor. The UMF rating reflects the concentration of MG. It can be a bit more expensive than regular honey so it’s best to use it sparingly.

Manuka is a great staple for any natural beauty routine as it can be used as alone as a simple moisturizing and skin balancing face mask, mixed with herbal beauty powders such as turmeric or matcha green tea, and even used as a simple skin cleanser. And of course, this sweet treat can also be consumed regularly to encourage beauty from within.

Using natural ingredients is an incredible way to nourish your skin and to support graceful aging. The skin regenerates itself every 28 days, and 45 days for mature skin meaning anyone can have fresh healthy glowing skin at any age.

Try this DIY manuka honey turmeric face mask for healthy glowing skin at any age.


1 tsp manuka honey

1/2 tsp organic turmeric powder

optional: a few spritzes of rose water or hydrosol


  • Mix ingredients together

  • Apply to freshly cleansed skin with clean hands or a facial brush

  • Apply the mask to the whole face and neck

  • Leave on for 20-1 hour

  • Rinse with warm water, no cleanser

  • Follow up with your favorite natural skincare routine

  • Use 1-2x per week for the best results

Pro Tip:

Turmeric does an excellent job at removing stains on the skin (and even teeth) but it also can stain your clothes and skin, go figure! Make sure to wear an old t-shirt to avoid stains. If your skin is fair you will want to follow up with your favorite facial oil after rinsing the mask. Massage it into your skin well and wipe clean to remove any excess turmeric from the skin. Voila! You should not have any turmeric left on your skin.

Enjoy your healthy and glowing skin! I really hope you enjoy this mask and make it part of your regular beauty routine. It is an incredibly effective way to maintain the health of your skin and protect its integrity. GLOW GIRL!

Xo Jessica Rose

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