All Natural Beauty Face Masks – Easy to Make
There are ways to make skin healing face masks right at home. These face masks are pretty cheap to make without having to go to the store and spend a ton of money on popular beauty masks.
In the beauty aisle, I’ve seen single-use masks in department stores range from $5 to $10. I’ve also seen bottles of face masks range from $10 to $50. Instead of going out and buying these expensive masks, I’m going to share some recipes that you can make at home for a lot less.
A lot of these ingredients can be found already sitting in your pantry, in your refrigerator, or potentially in your bathroom cabinet. The ingredients we are using are not very expensive even if you need to go out and buy some of them. You’ll be getting a lot of masks out of just a few ingredients, and these recipes should last you a long time.
For anyone troubled with breakouts, this is the mask for you.
- Tea Tree oil
You’re going to take nutmeg, honey, and milk, and combine it into a bowl. Mix to create a very thick paste and then drop in three drops of tea tree oil. You’re going to mix this gently and put it on your face and leave on there for 30 minutes.
Do not put this mask too close around your eyes. Don’t get it on your eyelids because the tea tree oil can be very strong and burn your eyes. This mask can also be made without the tea tree oil if you don’t have it. Tea tree oil is a strong acne fighter and is good for people who have problems with breakouts.
If you have this oil on hand in your cupboard, put it into this recipe. After 30 minutes you’re going to use a warm washcloth and wipe off the mask. Then splash cold water on your face to close the pores and pat dry.
Oily Skin Mask
- Rolled oats
- Plain yogurt
For this one we’re going to take ¼ cup rolled oats. Crumble them with your hand and then mix them with ⅛ cup yogurt and 1 tbsp turmeric powder. Mix into a paste. After that, you’re going to apply it to your face for 30 minutes. If you have an oily T-Zone, be sure to cake the mask on in that area. After 30 minutes you’re going to wash off with a lukewarm washcloth.
Wrinkle Fighting Mask
This face mask is going to be for people who are fighting wrinkles or wants to be proactive about anti-aging. You can’t start early enough with anti-aging skin care, especially if you love being in the sun or are exposed to pollution regularly.
- Aloe Vera Gel
- Raw honey
- Coconut oil
You’re going to start by getting pure Aloe Vera Gel. It’s the same gel you would use for sunburns, so you might already have some on hand. Use about ⅛ cup Aloe Vera and mix that with 1 tbsp honey and 1 tbsp coconut oil.
Mix this all together and apply the mask to your face and throat. You can get this one close to the place where you would have crows feet by your eyes. You can also concentrate on massaging it in where you would have smile lines or worry lines on your forehead. Leave the mask on for 30 minutes and wipe it off with a warm washcloth.
Dry Skin Mask
This is one of my favorite masks. I have an oily T-Zone, but I also have dry skin everywhere else on my face. This mask is perfect for hydrating your skin as well as effectively balancing your oily patches if you have them.
- Raw honey
This mask is very simple, and all you need to do is mash ½ of a banana and 1 tbsp raw honey together. After applying it to your face, you’re going to leave it on for 30 minutes and wash off very gently with warm water.
This mask also makes an amazing snack. 😉
Skin Pigmentation Mask
For anyone who struggles with skin pigmentation, this one might seem a little bit odd, but I promise you that this mask is amazing.
- Raw potato
- Raw honey
- Rolled oats
You’re going to take a raw potato and grate the outside of it on the finest grater that you can find. Let that peel fall into a bowl until you have a ⅛ cup. Then mix 1 tbsp honey and a ⅛ cup of crumbled up oats. Mix into a thick paste. Apply mask to your face for 30 minutes. This one mask has a little bit of a smell to it, and that’s okay. The potato skin does wonders for correcting the color in your face. So if you have acne scarring or sun spots or age spots, this is an excellent mask for that.
What’s your favorite at home mask? Are any of these something you’ve already tried or anything that you are willing to try and do? If you have a mask that’s your secret to beauty and you want to share with our readers, please leave it in the comments! We would love to hear from you.