The 4-Step Face Lift Face Mask

face lift mask

Tighten up your skin with my favorite DIY, homemade, 4-step face mask!

The Instant Face Lift Soufflé: 

  • 1 egg white (tightens, lifts, and firms)
  • 1 lemon or lime wedge, squeezed (brightens, balances)
  • 1 spoonful of honey (moisturizes, hydrates)


  1. In a little bowl, whisk the above ingredients together until it becomes a whipped, foamy broth.
  1. With your fingertips, use as much as necessary to evenly spread around a cleansed face and neck, completely avoiding the lips and around the eyes.
  2. Leave on for 20 minutes, or until it dries completely. You may feel a tingling sensation, and the mask may begin to feel extremely tight.
  3. Once dried, use your hands to splash off the mask with cold water, as the cold will seal the newly tightened pores.
  4. Follow with a light, oil free moisturizer such as Neutrogena Oil Free Sensitive Skin.

The most pure, odorless part of the egg – egg whites – contain proteins and B vitamins that work to tighten and firm sagging, tired skin while balancing its pH, which is your skin’s acid/base level. When the levels are unbalanced, this can cause your skin to become overly oily or extremely arid.

Enjoy your freshly firmed, glowing and lifted skin – all pain, needle, and surgery free.

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    Comfort Blissful Blog
    November 26, 2013 at 3:56 am

    easy to find the ingredients & steps to follow.i used to use white egg only. looks like i need to change & use yours instead & thank you also for the advice on the acne problem…:)

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      by Ashley Burke
      January 9, 2014 at 9:27 pm

      Of course! Thanks for reading! :)

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    age spots
    November 22, 2013 at 4:25 am

    The 4-Step Face Lift face mask is can help what is the first thing to do in step by step process.

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    August 8, 2013 at 10:41 pm

    I really enjoy your blogs!!! I was looking through your blog and it’s AMAZING!!! Since your a dermatologist can you tell me how I can remove acne. I’m 17 years old and have some acne spots. My doctor recommended me a cream called Tretinoin, supposely for my acne in my T-zone and for the blackheads/whiteheads , but can’t see any difference. I’ve been using it for 4 months and don’t see any results. my blackheads are the same size and my acne not cured. I don’t have any severe acne but who doesn’t want a clear face? What can you recommend me ? the blog that you did for the blackheads can I do it but rather than the biore blackhead remover that you use can I just use a regular cleanser right after I finish heating the pores?? How many times should I do it??Can I do it everyday? Can you also recommend something for my mom because she has alot of sun spots in her face in which she would like to clear up. Thank you for your blogs never stop doing them!!! -Valeria

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      Ashley Burke
      August 11, 2013 at 10:05 pm

      Thank you so much for the sweet words! :) For both your and your mom’s skin, I would first recommend vitamin E. It sounds like your skin is becoming “conditioned” to medication and has stopped responding to it, and just needs to be healed at this point. I have seen vitamin E oil (pure form) work for countless people in healing both their acne scars and acne. I suggest at night washing with a mild cleanser such as Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, and while your face is still a little wet put vitamin E oil (I suggest Jason pure vitamin E Oil 32,000 IUs) all over your face. It may seem extremely counter-intuitive to put oil on acne, but the oil will act as a carrier for the antioxidants and healing nature of the vitamin E to fully heal your acne without being comedogenic. For your mom, I also suggest vitamin E oil each night, as the anti-oxidants will absorb into her skin to turn back the sun damage (or “oxidized” and traumatized skin cells). Please email me if you or your mom have any more questions – I definitely want to help! :)

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