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It consists of effective n95 mask and active herbs which treat problems of acne and pimples from root. It can cure them quicker and prevent their reformation. It contains no artificial or synthetic components and is free from side effects. Along with this it does not leave any effect of burning sensation, redness, skin peeling or dryness. It can provide numerous benefits to look younger and active. It is useful for both woman and man of any age. Form a thick paste of Chandra Prabha powder by adding rose water and milk in it. Apply it over face like a mask and leave it for 30 minutes and then wash rinse it.

3. Avocado mask - Take one ripe avocado and mash it properly. In this ingredient add 1 tablespoon of honey and 2 tablespoon of olive oil. Mix these ingredients until it becomes creamy and apply this mixture to your hair. Leave this mask on your hair for 20 minutes n95 masks canada and then wash it out with a gentle shampoo.4. Milk and honey mask - Take a cup of full fat milk and add a tablespoon of honey in it. Mix it properly and apply it to your hair for 15 minutes. Wash your hair with mild and gentle shampoo.5. Honey and Olive face masks canada mask - Take 3 tablespoons of olive oil and add 2 table spoons of honey in it.

Apply this mixture to your hair and wrap your head with a plastic film or you can also put on a shower hat. Leave your hair for at least 30 minutes and rinse it well by using a proper shampoo.6. Banana and almond mask for dry, damaged hair-take a ripe banana and mash it properly by adding few drops of almond oil in it. Mix it properly and apply to your hair. After 15-30 minutes wash out with gentle shampoo.

The African masking traditions of this part of the World face mask are extremely fertile and varied. The traditions supporting the masks are generally associated with the spirits of ancestors, rites of passage, fertility and initiation ceremonies. Dance is generally involved in the use of the masks. Segy lists the following types of ritual:- Rituals of cosmology, myth and mythological heroes or animalsFertility ritesRituals for increaseAgricultural festivalsRituals for rites of passageAncestor cultsInitiations including secret societiesRelated Ceremonies Masks can be used for different ceremonies often having multiple purposes.

Rather the carver would seek the help of a diviner and undergo a purification ceremony and when the first blow was struck he would drink some of the sap in order to form a brotherhood with the tree?s spirit. Mask would be carved from one piece of wood with nothing jointed, with some of the masks this created severe technical difficulties when the early carvers only had simple tools. Usually green timber was used as this was easier to cut. Certain varieties would be used for some special masks, but in general the softer woods were used Ivory was used by the Warega and Benin. The ivory was the property of the Benin kings (Oba) and they were the only ones to wear ivory as a mark of office.

The carving of the Warega was not as refined but has a strong 3 layer face mask impact. Brass was used by the Benin, Senufo and Ashanti. Other Materials Knitted materials were used as were beadwork, basketry and fabrics. Additional materials included :- shells, beads, twigs, bark, teeth, hair, beaten or repousse metal, vegetable fibres and skin, to mention a few. West Africa The masks of this area are well documented by Ladislas Segy in Masks of Black Africa. His book lists the following areas:- Guinea-Bissau Republic of Guinea Sierra Leone Mali Liberia Ivory Coast Upper Volta Ghana Nigeria Cameroon Within each of these countries can be [Image: 3%20layer%20face%20mask-913uhz.jpg] found ancient traditions associated with individual tribes displaying common links.
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