Why pay for a store brought face mask, when you can make your own ingredients found around the house to make a best home made face mask. You will able to find all ingredients for all this recipes in your kitchen and they cost you nothing to ones you will find in the store. The key is to use face masks formula for your skin type. Do you wish you could have soft and glowing skin without spending a fortune on beauty products? Here is some simple home made face mask recipes that you most probably have in your kitchen.
Turmeric Mask - Make Your Own face Mask
Turmeric is not only curry spice for cooking, but have a amazing healing properties and it's also great beauty product. I have used this mask since I was small, my Mum would regularly use it on me and my sisters. She use to rub on our body and face.I never use any other mask than this and my skin is perfect. I have also used this mix on my own children when I would bathe them. Its suitable for children and adults and it's helps a lot in many ways, Turmeric with a combination of other ingredients can create a great beauty for small budget.
In Indian weddings, women have long used Turmeric (with all other herbs as well) as a head to toe body scrub and face mask to brighten her skin before their weddings.Turmeric is high in antioxidant that slow down cell damage. It helps with inflammatory skin condition. It is widely used as a skin exfoliate and improves skin texture. It helps pigmentation and evens out the skin tone. This mask is so good, it's feels pamper your skin.
How to make your own Face Mask?
Mix flour, Turmeric, milk and honey ( Lime juice is a option) make a past.
- 3 table spoon Chick Peas Flour (regular flour, rice flour or ground oats)
- 1/4 tea spoon Turmeric
- 2 tbs Milk or warm water (Add some more if you need to make a past)
- 2 or 3 drops Honey
- 2 to 3 drops Lime Juice (option)
Mix everything together like a thick past and apply to your face and it dry for 20
to 25 min.
Wash it with warm water or in the shower, scrubbing gently to remove. If you worried about turn your face yellow or orange but if it's staining on face or hand it come off easily. you can always wash your face again after showering.
Make sure you apply face cream or your favorite moisturizer after you wash your face. Have fun and enjoy your beauty Mask.
Olive Oil, Honey and Baking Soda Mask
The ingredients for mask are olive oil, honey and baking soda, all are really good for your complexion. Olive oil and honey have moisturizing properties that keep your skin soft and smooth. Olive oil penetrates deep into the skin, helping repair your skin, promoting elasticity and reducing blemishes. Honey fights off bacteria, tightens your skin pores and protects your skin from sun damages and premature wrinkling. It's also hydrates your skin and locks in moisture.
The baking soda works as a gentle exfoliating agent, reduces redness caused by breakouts and boosts circulation. It also helps treat acne and pimples by removing excess oil and dead skin cells
You will need:
- Extra-virgin olive oil
- Baking soda
- A teaspoon
- A bowl
How to Use
First, wash your face and pat your skin dry, leaving it slightly damp (water will help minimize the greasy feeling when you apply the mask).
Now, spread your homemade face mask on your face and neck in a circular motion like a scrub. Leave on for about 10 minutes and then rinse it off with lukewarm water. If your skin feels oily after the treatment, apply a toner and moisturizer.
Homemade acne face masks are excellent natural remedies for getting rid of acne breakouts and eliminating acne scars. These recipes include a variety of ingredients that help nourish your skin and eliminate acne-related problems.
Honey, which is used in all the masks we are preparing today, hydrates your skin, keeps it soft by preserving moisture, and promotes skin cell renewal.
It is highly beneficial for acne-prone skin because of its antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Its anti-inflammatory nature also helps reduce redness and inflammation caused by acne and pimples. It is best to use raw, organic honey rather than processed honey as the latter may irritate your skin.
Ingredients such as cinnamon, apple cider vinegar, green tea, turmeric, and milk are also useful in reducing acne and acne scars.
- Like honey, cinnamon has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
- The acids in apple cider vinegar help unclog skin pores and dissolve dead skin cells. Moreover, apple cider vinegar treats blemishes, restores the natural pH of your skin, and minimizes the appearance of pores.
- Green tea is packed with antioxidants that fight harmful free radicals and help you maintain bright, flawless, and younger-looking skin. It too has anti-inflammatory benefits.
- Turmeric is good for treating skin problems, owing to its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It also helps fade blemishes and acne scars.
- Raw milk contains lactic acid that works as a gentle exfoliant and delivers anti-aging benefits.
Here are recipes for the top mask for acne. Make sure you remove all makeup and wash your face thoroughly before applying these natural face packs. Cleansing your face helps unclog pores and allows the masks to penetrate deep into your skin.
Apple Cider Vinegar Mask
You will need:
• Apple cider vinegar
• Green tea
• A teaspoon
• A bowl
• Green tea
• A teaspoon
• A bowl
The sugar in this recipe works as a natural exfoliant helpful in breaking up scar tissue and unclogging skin pores. Leave the mask on for about 10 minutes and then rinse it off with water. Use this beauty mask about once or twice a week
Turmeric, Milk and Honey Mask for Acne
• Turmeric powder
• Raw milk
• A teaspoon
• A bowl
If it leaves a yellowish tinge on your skin, soak a cotton ball in milk and rub it on the stained areas. Use this mask two to three days a week.
Do you wish you could have soft and glowing skin without spending a fortune on beauty products? Here’s a simple recipe for a homemade face mask that uses items you probably already have in your kitchen cupboard. The ingredients — extra-virgin olive oil, honey and baking soda — are really good for your complexion.
Both olive oil and honey have moisturizing properties that keep your skin soft and smooth. Olive oil penetrates deep into the skin, helping repair your skin, promoting elasticity and reducing blemishes.
Honey fights off bacteria, tightens your skin pores and protects your skin from sun damage and premature wrinkling. It also hydrates your skin and locks in moisture.
The baking soda works as a gentle exfoliating agent, reduces redness caused by breakouts and boosts circulation. It also helps treat acne and pimples by removing excess oil and dead skin cells.