Ole Henriksen “Truth SugarGlow” mask at home in 3 easy steps

DIY Ole Henrikson sugar polish mask

This DIY mask was inspired by the famous “Truth Sugar Glow” mask by Ole Henriksen. I got it as a Christmas present last December and really enjoyed using it as a wake me up in the morning. So when I found a DIY recipe, that almost completely copied it and the effect it gave, I was really excited!

You will need:

  • 1 table spoon of honey ( you can use any, but the raw type will guarantee the benefits)
  • 1 table spoon of brown sugar ( make sure you don’t use the typical white one, as it will be too harsh on your face)
  • A few drops of orange essential oil
  • A few drops of vitamin E oil ( check out your organic shops or local pharmacies for the oils)

What you need to do:

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and make sure that the mask is of a thick consistency, If it appears to be a bit runny, you can always add a bit more sugar to it. And if you over did it with the thickness, adding more honey will help ( This way you really can’t fail )

Apply it to your face using massage like movements and leave it on for approximately 10 minutes ( I usually do it before doing my dry brushing routine and popping into the shower) and then rinse it off with warm water ( this will help it all come of easier).

Secret tip : This mask acts as an awesome lip scrub too ( a great dupe for the LUSH lip scrubs), just don’t forget to apply lip balm after!

Doing this mask twice a week is enough to keep your complexion glowing.

Make sure to let me know if you enjoyed it, or want me to find other homemade recipes of store bought masks.

2 Replies to “Ole Henriksen “Truth SugarGlow” mask at home in 3 easy steps”

  1. I just tried this!! Awesome! I received a sample of the original Truth Sugar Glow & wanted to make a bunch for family & friends for Christmas- it’s PERFECT— only question is… the brown sugar was alittle abrasive. Should I just use less?

    1. Hi! I am so glad you liked the recipe and managed to surprise your dear ones! You can control the amount of sugar depending on your preferences and skin type. So if you have sensitive skin feel free to use less sugar next time. Another great homemade scrub is ground coffee with coconut oil (you can even just simply use ground coffee on wet skin ):)

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