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4 Nourishing Face Mask You Can Make Using The Foods In Your Kitchen (How To Make)

When it comes to skin care, professional facials are a wonderful addition, but they can be expensive and time consuming to maintain on a regular basis.

However, this does not rule out the possibility of creating a rejuvenating facial treatment right in your own home. Because of the current popularity of "clean" beauty, there are plenty of natural ingredients in your pantry and refrigerator that, when mixed together, can combat everything from acne to dry skin to wrinkles. Here are some tried-and-true face masks with powerful, skin-enhancing benefits for everyone when you can't make it to the spa but crave a little personal indulgence.

1. Avocado

Adding avocado and cacao powder to your skin care routine will help hydrate and detoxify your skin, respectively. All-star ingredient honey is antibacterial, full of antioxidants and incredibly moisturizing. Bye, bye acne.


2 tablespoons of honey and 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder

How to make:

1. In a small bowl, mash the avocado.

2. Add cocoa powder and honey and mash them together thoroughly.

3. Apply the mask for 10 minutes to your clean, dry skin.

4. Rinse with warm water, then apply your usual moisturizer.

2. Cucumber

Acne redness can be greatly reduced with the use of cucumber slices. To soothe irritated and blemish-prone skin, they contain vitamin C and a wide range of antioxidants.


cucumber, honey or aloe vera, and a tablespoon each

How to make:

1. Honey or aloe vera can be added to the pureed cucumber.

2. Let it sit for 15 minutes before rinsing off. Use only cold water to clean.

3. Eggs

Egg whites are both antibacterial and pore-tightening when it comes to oily skin. If you have oily skin, oatmeal is a great way to keep your skin moisturized, and it's a natural cleanser that will leave you glowing.


oatmeal; one egg white; one tablespoon

How to make:

1. A bowl of oatmeal and an egg is all that is needed to make this dish.

2. Then, using a soft cloth, gently pat the mixture onto your face.

3. Use cool water to finish rinsing.

4. Papaya

This papaya mask helps exfoliate the skin with Alpha Hydroxy Acids, which can take a long time to heal stubborn dark spots (AHAS). Vitamins A, C, and E are also found in Papaya.


1 papaya, 1 tsp. plain organic yogurt, and 1 tsp. oats

How to make:

1. Using a food processor, combine all of the ingredients until they form a homogenous paste.

2. For ten minutes, apply to a clean, dry skin. Use warm water to finish rinsing.

3. Pat dry thoroughly after a second rinsing with cool water.

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