When there weren’t fancy face beauty masks, there were still gorgeous women with porcelain-like skin. Our abuelas still swear by some homemade beauty potions, and the truth is that we are dying to try them out. Here are a few homemade face masks that you can whip up right in your kitchen.
This homemade face mask is perfect for that extra moisturizing boost your poor skin is in desperate need for. It is completely natural and costs less than $5 to make. Simply mix half an avocado with 1 teaspoon of olive oil and ¼ cup of milk. Apply it as a moisturizer for 15 minutes. Wash off with lukewarm water, pat dry, and feel the difference.
Time for a scrub! ✨ The weekend is the perfect time to catch up on your self-care routine! Exfoliating your body is super important, especially in the winter months. Our Rose Body Scrub will leave your skin feeling refreshed, hydrated and renewed! 💕 https://t.co/OtVrS73XPI pic.twitter.com/2XiAMeSmWz
— Kylie Skin (@kylieskin) November 13, 2020
There’s no reason to spend big money for an exfoliating mask that was probably animal tested. Make your own scrub by mixing aloe vera gel (or the crystals from the plant) with granulated sugar and baking soda. Scrub, scrub, scrub and wash away the concoction to reveal amazing and fresh looking skin.
It's both for us. But how?
OTMS: Acne, lighten dark scars/underam
RCM: Deep pore cleansing, Mild exfoliation
— Refinin' (@refinindotcom) November 11, 2020
Nothing is as soothing and cooling as an amazing homemade face mask with oatmeal and coconut milk. Add 2 tablespoons of honey, and use it as a moisturizing mask for about 20 minutes. You will not believe how incredible these face masks will leave your skin.
Anti-wrinkle magical potion
No, it’s not a special brand or some weird hard-to-find ingredient: simply go to the nearest market and buy a ripe papaya. Slice it up and make a puree with its pulp. Leave it on your face for about 15 minutes. Papaya is known to have healing, moisturizing and lightening properties. A beauty jewel!
Honey cinnamon for acne prone skin
Cinnamon is widely known for its multiple health benefits. However, only few people know that it can be advantageous for your skin as well. A blend of honey and cinnamon is highly effective for healing wounds and treating skin itching problems. #Cinnamon #Healthy #Skin pic.twitter.com/QHkkyEURUi
— Georgia Abi (@chiabi_oj) March 31, 2018
Known for its antibacterial properties, this honey mask is ideal if your have mild acne. Simply mix 2 Tbsp. of honey with ½ a spoon of cinnamon and ½ cup of whole milk yogurt. The bonus? It will leave your skin glowing.