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  1. We have several overripe canteloupe/muskmelons from our garden. I think I’d like to try the peel.

    • Crunchy Betty

      It’s definitely a lot of fun. I’m doing it again tonight, although I just put pumpkin on my face and kind of don’t want anything else to touch it – ever. It feels so amazing! My favorite thing yet, I think.

      Anyway, I’m jealous that you have a garden with cantaloupes. I’m going to come live in it.

  2. Wow great recipes, Leslie! I will try Soothing Cantaloupe-Cucumber Toner-Mask, my skin feels little dehydrated, so i think this mask is exactly what i need.

    • Crunchy Betty

      Ooh. Just wait until tomorrow – I did a bunch of pumpkin stuff today and it made my skin sooooo soft!

      Let me know what you think if you try it! (And don’t forget to eat the cantaloupe, too. I’ve been eating it so much the last few days, I’m turning into one.)

  3. Qponqueen

    just rub the insides – seeds & all over your face – and it works like a tightening mask; feels wonderful; ¬†isn’t necessary to do all the mixing & mashing…

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