Top Home Recipes for Face Masks

Facial masks are quite common in the world of cosmetics. There are tons of products on the market. However, there are a few drawbacks of such items. In particular, they tend to have a high price, which can be a drawback when you have to buy other cosmetics. In addition, another possible drawback is that such products tend to include strong chemicals that can cause various side-effects including allergic reactions. However, the good news is that there are various recipes for homemade facial masks. They’re not only effective, but also affordable and less harsh on your skin.

Top Home Recipes for Face Masks

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Slip This Mask on Your Face

Bananas aren’t just one of the fruits that are also superfoods, but can also work as a facial mask you can make at home. This is a great mask ingredient for various reasons. It helps to moisturize your face and also make it feel softer.

The process is quite simply. Just mashup a ripe banana (medium) until it’s a paste. Then apply it gently onto your face/neck. Afterwards let it set 10-20 minutes. Then use cold water to rinse off the mask.

Here’s another banana mask you can make. You’ll need a banana (medium), ¼ cup of yogurt ( plain) and 2 tablespoons honey. This is a little more complex in terms of the number of ingredients involved, but can provide many benefits as a facial mask. It’s definitely a recipe you should consider making and using.

Sweet Fruit and Sour Liquid 

Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is an excellent ingredient when making a facial mask. In fact, vinegar has been used to treat skin issues since ancient times. After you’ve washed your face, mix up 1 tablespoon of ACV with 2 cups of water. You can use this rinse to cleanse your skin and close up the pores.

In order to make a mask you should mix ¼ cup of ACV and ¼ cup of water. Then put the solution gently onto your face, and let it air dry. This is a very basic yet effective facial mask that can do wonders for your skin, which is likely the result you want.

Oatmeal: Not Just for Breakfast

Oatmeal is an excellent whole grain that provides tons of vitamins, minerals, and fiber for breakfast. However, it can also be used for other applications including facial masks. This is an excellent option for your skin to look and feel better. It’s easy to make and quite effective.

Mix ½ cup of hot water (but not boiling), and 1/3 cup of oatmeal. Let the oatmeal and water set for 2-3 minutes. Then mix in 2 tablespoons of yogurt (plain), 2 tablespoons of honey, and 1 white egg (small). Add a thin layer of the oatmeal mixture onto your face. Then let it set for 10-15 minutes. Next, use warm water to rinse off the mixture. Make sure to put a strainer into your sink so the bits of oatmeal don’t clog up your drain.

Mayo Mask

Mayo is great on sandwiches and salads, but would you ever put it on your face? You might be surprised to learn that mayo can be used as a facial mask. In fact, you can save a small fortune by using mayonnaise to make a facial mask. Make sure to use whole-egg mayo. Just put the mayo all over your face, then let it set for around 20 minutes. Next, wipe it off. Then use cool water to rinse off the mayo. Afterwards your face will feel both clean and smooth.

Here’s Drinking to Good Skin

Milk isn’t just a healthy and refreshing drink, but is also a great ingredient for a facial scrub. You can give yourself a spa facial while at home instead of spending big bucks at a spa. You can create a mask by blending ¼ milk (powdered) with enough water so you make a thick paste. Then use the mixture to coat your entire face. What’s next? Let the mask dry 100%, then use warm water to rinse it off. Afterwards your face will feel fresh and livelier.

These are some basic  yet effective facial masks that you can whip up in your home. It will help you to save time, effort, and money.

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