1. Honey Mask
Honey is a natural antibacterial, which makes it a perfect base for acne-fighting masks.
- Brew one cup of chamomile tea with two tea bags and let cool completely.
- In a tiny bowl, stir together one tablespoon of manuka or raw honey, and one teaspoon of nutritional yeast.
- Add just enough chamomile tea to the bowl to create a thicker paste that’s still runny enough to spread across your skin, but not too watery.
- Apply a thin layer to your face and let sit for 20 minutes.
- Rinse off and pat dry. Moisturize afterwards.
2. Banana Face Mask
This tropical face mask will give your skin such a health, natural-looking glow, and it’s also designed to be gentle enough on all skin types.
- Mash one-half of a banana in a bowl.
- Mix in a tablespoon of orange juice and a tablespoon of honey.
- Apply the mask to your face (lumps are totally fine!) and keep the mixture on for 15 minutes.
- Rinse with lukewarm water and then moisturize.
3. Strawberry Face Mask
Mash the strawberries with a hand blender or in a mixer along with the honey. Do not use strawberries in the tinned, canned, frozen or packed pulp forms that are available in the market.
- Apply this pack on the face for about 20 minutes.
- Rinse off with lukewarm water and follow it by a wash with cold water.
4. Oatmeal & Avocado
This soothing oatmeal and avocado face mask is the perfect remedy for people with sensitive skin. Oatmeal boasts anti-inflammatory properties to reduce redness while avocado hydrates and helps reduce inflamed dry itchy skin.
- Cook oats as per packet instructions and allow to cool down.
- Mash avocado and add to the cooked oats.
- Mix well until it forms an even consistency.
- Apply to your skin and leave it on for around 10-15 minutes or until it dries.
- After, rinse it off with lukewarm water and dry your skin.
5. Potato Turmeric Mask
- Blend ingredients together and rinse after 10 minutes.
- Use a cloth to help make sure you get all the grated veggies off your face.
Like turmeric potatoes are anti-inflammatory. Potatoes have been applied to bruises and wounds for centuries, cucumbers have a great toning effect, are hydrating to the skin, and are rich in Vitamin C.