15 DIY Natural Face Masks
Coffee lovers rejoice! You can also apply your fave drink on your face to help reduce puffiness and give you that energy boost in the morning.
This mask is easy to recreate with a few natural ingredients such as sweet potatoes, this star ingredient contains a lot of vitamins and minerals to give your skin that healthy glow.
Having recurring acne problems? This mask which combines Honey and Cinnamon have antibacterial and antiseptic properties that can help reduce and prevent those pesky pimples.
Heal dry skin and look like you just came back from the spa with these ultra-moisturizing avocado recipes. Customize each recipe depending on other skin type.
Breakouts are also caused by a lot of stress; give your skin a break by placing a mix of yoghurt, honey and lavender buds or oils on your face. Best to apply before dozing off to sleep.
Stay away from chemical peels, instead try this all-natural enzyme peel using pineapple and papaya, an effective yet mild way to give your skin a renewed appearance.
This mask uses the lightening properties of rice flour and moisturizing effect of milk to help you recreate that Japanese porcelain skin.
Raise your hand if applying commercial skin products makes your skin red and splotchy. If you are looking for a hydrating yet safe for sensitive skin mask, this banana recipe is for you.
Dull skin be gone! This yummy concoction of blueberries, honey, and sugar will do just the trick to bring your skin back to life.
The combined goodness of retinol from carrots and firming effects of egg whites combat wrinkles that form around the eyes. But this is also great for the whole face!
Rip open a dry green tea bag and mix it with the choice of "liquids" from this list to suit your skin type.
To help brighten your skin's complexion, combine strawberries, sugar, and almond oil for a deliciously smelling mask.
If you want to remedy sun burned skin, try this mask that uses cucumber, honey, and lemon juice. You can also apply it to other sun burned areas on your body for a soothing effect.
Instead for the usual cucumber slices, soak cut cotton pads in parsley juice which is rich in vitamin C, K and chlorophyll to help lighten and reduce the puffiness underneath your eyes.
The next time your mom heads to the grocery, add some kiwis to the shopping list. This fruit contains more vitamin C than an orange and can do wonders for your skin!