3 Homemade Face Masks For Beautiful Glowing Skin
Here are 3 homemade face masks you can make with ingredients you most likely already have in your kitchen to get glowing skin.
As a woman in my 40s, I have pretty good skin on my face, I don't break out too often and I don't have too many wrinkles. Getting older though is tough and although I don't have many wrinkles I do have other "issues", like a little double chin developing...UGH...not loving that at all.
My point is that taking care of your skin early on, sets you up for better skin later on in life, you need to wear sunblock all the time, in the winter too and you need to follow a good skincare regime.
The Chocolate Addict Homemade Face Mask
Talk about a mask that's good enough to eat (don't) but you will want to! LOL!
Benefits of cocoa powder
- Adds a glow to your face
- Moisturizes your skin
- Is rich in antioxidants
- Helps fight aging
- Promotes collagen production for tighter skin
- Prevents blemishes
I mean who does not love that? A study in the Journal of Nutrition gave women high or low-flavanol cocoa powder dissolved in water and discovered that flavonoids in dark chocolate absorb UV light, help protect and increase blood flow to the skin and improve skin hydration and complexion.
Bananas are rich in powerful antioxidants, phytochemicals, and moisture, they nourish and revitalize dry skin as well as smoothen rough and aging skin. Keep calm and go bananas!
Dry oats have benefits too
- Anti-inflammatory properties
- Perfect for most skin types
- Oatmeal contains saponins, a cleansing agent
- It's moisturizing and helps remove dead skin cells
- It can help treat acne, eczema, rosacea, and rashes
A bit of avocado oil goes a long way, ladies. It increases epidermal elasticity, moisturizes and softens dry skin, and treats cracked skin. It's packed with amino acids, fatty acids, and Vitamins A, B, D, and E, needed for optimal skincare.
- 1 tbs. ground oats (you can do this in the blender)
- 1 tsp. any type of milk
- ½ of a banana
- 1 tsp. of cocoa powder
- ½ tsp. avocadoes
- Mix all the ingredients into a bowl, apply to the face
- Leave on for 10 mins, rinse and pat dry
The Queen of Green Homemade Face Mask
I love using clays in my beauty regime, they are so good for you, they help to pull toxins from the skin, and they work as exfoliators to minimize pores buts it's the unique composition that keeps bringing me back. The composition includes dolomite, manganese, silica, copper, phosphorous, magnesium, zinc, and calcium. The green color comes from the clay's iron oxide and decomposed plant matter content.
Apple cider vinegar can do wonders for your skin. This works by restoring the proper pH levels to your skin, and beta-carotene helps to counter future skin damage. Plus, a dab of diluted apple cider vinegar left overnight on age spots, pimples, or acne scars will help reduce their appearance.
- 1 tsp. French Green Clay
- 1 tsp. Aloe Vera Gel
- 4 drops of Lavender Essential Oil (optional)
- Mix ingredients in a bowl to form a paste
- Apply to your skin
- Leave the mask on until it starts to harden
- You can leave it ion for 5 -10 mins
- Rinse with warm after
- Pat face dry
The Bollywood Babe Homemade Face Mask
By now I am sure you have heard of the benefits of turmeric? It's antibacterial and anti-inflammatory and can help treat minor blemishes like blackheads. When combined with Aloe Vera and honey, it's basically a supernatural remedy for glowing skin!
Honey is naturally antibacterial and packed full of antioxidants, I love it for its soothing and moisturizing qualities.
Aloe Vera is a really good healer too. If you've been in the sun all day, this mask is a really good go too.
- 2 tbsp. Aloe Vera Gel
- 2 tbsp. Honey
- 1 tsp. Turmeric
- Combine all ingredients in a glass bowl
- Apply to skin
- Leave on for 20-30 minutes
- Rinse and pat dry
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I tried Bollywood Babe Face Mask its just amazing i will recommend my friend also thanks for this post.
Thank you so much.
Hari Riverday Spasays:
Thank you, Candice, for the post. Cocoa powder for the face mask! It sounds new to me. Was surprised to know about the benefits of using cocoa powder on the skin. I have some cocoa powder at home, will try out the face mask. The other face mask also seems to be good.
Thanks for your comment, yes cocoa is very good for the skin. It also makes a great exfoliant for the whole body!
Again, another great post from you! I love DIY! It really does eliminate all the nasty chemicals you might find in conventional – plus, it saves on packaging! Woot!
It covers all the bases for sure. Thanks for reading lovely.