Locate a grocer that sells organic honey, lemons and milk. Nonorganic products are okay, but they might not be as effective because they aren't as pure. You'll also avoid pesticides, chemicals and other additives. Skincare products made with these items typically last only about a week in the fridge, so just buy enough to last a few days.
Wash your face with your favorite cleanser.
Warm 2 tablespoons of honey on low heat, getting it just warm enough to be gooey and easy to work with. Add 1 teaspoon of milk. You can't add the lemon juice, too, because the acid in the lemon juice will end up reacting with the casein (a protein) in the milk and curdling it -- definitely a yuck divas can do without!
Spread the milk and honey mixture over your face or just on the areas of your skin that have blemishes. Kick back and relax with a good book until the mixture stiffens slightly on your skin, which usually takes about 10 minutes.
Rinse off the honey and milk mixture. Repeat the use of the milk and honey mixture at least once a week.
Dilute 1 tablespoon of lemon juice in a bowl of plain warm water -- diluting the juice keeps it from being so harsh and drying. Rinse your face with the lemon water and pat dry. This is a terrific way to wake yourself up each morning.
Apply lemon juice directly to particular blemishes. Leave the lemon juice on for five minutes and then rinse it off. You only need to pull this out of your beauty arsenal once or twice a week.
Wash your face with plain milk in the evening before you turn in for sweet dreams.
If you want, you can add lemon juice to your honey mask instead of the milk, but you cannot add both because of the curdling effect.