Oh, face masks! I don’t know about you, but I love nothing more than a nice quiet evening home, curled up on the sofa with a movie or a good book, enjoying a face mask. To me, that is pure heaven! Not too many years ago, I decided to amass a huge store-bought face mask collection so that I would be more than prepared whenever my mood struck. But then, I began educating myself about all of the ingredients that are often found in our skincare products and discovered that many of my beloved face masks contained nasty ingredients like mineral oil and parabens. And that is why I decided to stop going to beauty stores to buy my face masks and begin shopping around my own kitchen instead. So if you are like me and are craving some DIY, all-natural face masks, then you have come to the right place. All of these are incredibly easy to make AND super good for your skin.
But before we get to my list of my ten most beloved face mask recipes, but here are some other posts that you may enjoy:
Pampering Pineapple Face Mask
The natural enzymes in pineapple help to slough away dead skin cells, leaving behind a more radiant complexion. Plus, pineapple might potentially reduce the appearance of sun spots. Nice!
From Hello Glow.
Honey Cinnamon Face Mask
I love using honey in face masks. In fact, a lot of the recipes you will see listed here use honey. But the honey isn’t the only thing that makes this face mask special. The cinnamon brings extra blood flow to the skin, creating a plumping effect. Just lean on the side of caution when using this face mask. Do a small patch test first before slathering it all over your face to see how your skin reacts. If your skin ends up being super responsive to the cinnamon, adjust the ratio of the recipe and use less.
From A Girl Worth Saving.
Strawberry Yogurt Brightening Mask
This recipe is super simple to make; it only contains three ingredients. Not only will they brighten your complexion but will also moisturize your skin and act as a yummy snack too (check out the recipe to see what I mean)!
From Live Simply.
Winter Solstice Pore Detox Mask
The Winter Solstice is the longest evening of the year, but that doesn’t mean you can only use this mask then! Rather, it’s great anytime you are wanting to gently remove blackheads and leave behind clearer skin.
From Humblebee & Me.
Brightening Honey and Spirulina Mask
I love spirulina! If you don’t know what it is, it’s a type of algae that’s often sold in powder or pill form. It’s nutrient-dense, making it an amazing superfood. Not only is it wonderful to ingest, but it’s also awesome to apply to the skin. Spirulina has been known to brighten the complexion.
From Hello Glow.
Tropical Banana Smoothie
Okay, okay! So I clearly have a thing for brightening face masks! But when has anyone not wanted brighter skin, am I right? But that’s not the only reason to try this face mask. It is also packed full of healthy vitamins and nutrients.
From Tone It Up.
Homemade Honey & Lemon Face Mask
If you are hoping to benefit from natural AHAs and BHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids and Beta Hydroxy Acids), then look no further than this face mask. Lemons naturally contain both. Plus, this face mask is soooooo easy to make, you would be silly not to try it.
From The Every Girl.
Avocado Face Mask
If you are suffering from dry skin or are looking to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, then you really need to try this scrub! It is made from incredibly nourishing ingredients that will soothe and comfort the skin, making this an especially awesome mask to try during the winter months.
From Freebie Finding Mom.
DIY Acne Mask
This face mask is perfect for those who are battling blemishes because it both absorbs excess oil AND has anti-bacterial properties. In other words, using it regularly will help prevent future breakouts.
From Dear Crissy.
Pumpkin Bread Food Face Mask
I saved my favorite face mask for last. If you are looking for a face mask that will do everything… brighten, exfoliate, provide important nutrients, etc. then this is THE mask to try. You can thank me later.
From Hello Glow.
A Word About Curated Posts
The above is a curated post. Some people call them round-ups, but I like the phrase “curated post” a lot better because I have spent hours putting each of these lists together. I have been a Pinterest junkie for years, and I am always looking for the newest or best or most interesting DIY project out there. Finding these items, testing them, and then using them on a daily basis is so much fun AND, I have discovered, helps save me money.
So if you enjoyed this post, here are some others that you might like:
All-Natural Beauty DIYs
All Natural Personal Care DIYs
Healthy Living DIYs
And now I want to hear from you! Are there any DIY, all-natural face mask recipes that you can share with this face mask junkie?
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