You can’t compare this mask with any other one. I mean biologically strong and tonic mask from… meat. It was well-known even in times of Roman emperors. Now we have the recipe of that mask. And one interesting fact from history is here – Madam Pompadour put on her cheeks thin veal cutlets after cleaning the face with mixture of sugar and egg-white, wishing to get lively and fresh ruddiness.
Take 100 gram of lean fresh meat (veal is better) and mince meat. Mix with 1 table-spoon of vegetable oil and 1 beaten egg-white. Put on the face and leave for an hour. Then wash the face with warm water.