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Healthy Skin DIY: Pumpkin Pie Face Mask

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It's an inevitable outcome of whipping up pumpkin muffins or soup: There's always some unused puree. Now there's a new way you can put those leftovers to work—for your skin.

Pumpkin's antioxidants, such as vitamins A, C, and E, can remedy free radical damage to the skin while softening it, says Marianne Zullas, skincare expert and owner of MZ Skincare in Brookline, Massachusetts. To reap these benefits, try her at-home face mask recipe:

Pumpkin Pie Face Mask

2 teaspoons pureed pumpkin (cooked or canned)
1/2 teaspoon honey
1/4 teaspoon milk


1. Mix together all of the ingredients into a paste. (Click here for instructions on how to make fresh pumpkin puree.)
2.  Apply this paste onto freshly cleaned skin. Let it dry for 15 to 20 minutes, then rinse off.

Marianne Zullas is a skincare expert and owner of MZ Skincare in Brookline, Massachusetts.

In Healthy Skin DIY, we ask the experts for tips and recipes on how to achieve healthy skin with natural and everyday ingredients. Have a suggestion? Email us at healthyskin@marthastewart.com

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