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Face masks make a perfect skin care treatment to help with any type of skin problems. It is one of the easiest ways to get healthy looking skin within a few minutes. Whatever the problem, it can probably be remedied the natural way: with food on your face! So rest assured that more than likely you have quick access to most of these ingredients right you in your kitchen.

I’ve rounded up  a natural face mask for everything: acne, dry skin, enlarged pores, aging skin, you name it! Pick the one that best fits your needs, kick back, and enjoy a bubble bath with some wine and a DIY face mask. These formulas will brighten, improve your complexion and soothe your gorgeous face!

berry-yogurt mask

 

Any time you introduce yogurt to your face masks, you’re basically bringing in a very gentle exfoliant and cleanser that will leave your skin super bright and glowing. This DIY berry-yogurt mask is perfect for all skin types, but it’s especially great for oily, acne prone, and aging skin. Because of the simple and natural ingredients found in this mask, anyone can make it and it will only take you a minute!

  • Berries, especially blackberries, are amazing wrinkle and fine light fighters because they’re packed with antioxidants.
  • Vitamin C in the lemon juice help to brighten dull skin and also erase dark spots and scars.
  • Honey is a mild anti-septic and it also gently exfoliates. Honey also promotes healthy cell growth and seals in moisture.

Found From Whole Living

anti-aging Face mask

 

 

You probably know carrots are nutritional powerhouses, filled with antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins A and C. The health benefits of carrots aren’t limited to your diet, however. You can use the juice and pulp of this root vegetable to create natural, homemade facial masks that will leave your complexion glowing, help heal pimples and sores, plump up skin cells for a younger appearance and slow down the signs of aging caused by free radicals and environmental damage.

You do not need to waste too much money to look younger anymore! For this face mask you’ll need just four ingredients:

  • Water
  • Carrot Juice
  • Corn Starch
  • Sour Cream

Found From Health Revolution Magazine

 

charcoal face mask

 

 

Though putting charcoal in your skin or hair may not seem so glamorous, it’s proven to have many health and beauty benefits when used safely and properly. Activated charcoal is not what’s used for grilling’ though it is a medical grade version of what’s used in air filtration systems. Activated charcoal is administered in hospitals as emergency treatment for poisoning; as chemicals bind to it, it can help remove them from the body.

Benefits of charcoal face masks:

Deep cleansing and exfoliation. Activated charcoal face masks draw bacteria, dirt, chemicals, poisons, and other impurities from skin. It leaves skin gloriously-clean and fresh while combating acne and other skin problems. Rid pores of impurities and excess oil when you use charcoal face masks.

Reduces Appearance Of Sunspots & Hyperpigmentation. Charcoal face masks reduce the appearance of sunspots and hyperpigmentation, a common problem for many after spending years in the sun. Skin looks clear, radiant, and much less red.

Tightens Pores & Reduces Inflammation. Charcoal masks also tighten pores and reduce inflammation to further create the appearance of smooth, youthful skin.

Found From Lia Griffith

 

coffee face mask

 

While it is scientifically proven that this ‘wonder drink’, when consumed in moderation, promotes good health and contains properties that help you keep illness at bay, coffee lovers now have a reason to rejoice as we decipher its numerous benefits for the skin! Here are some reasons your skin will thank you for an external coffee boost:

It’s a rich source of antioxidants: However, loading up skin with the antioxidants in coffee protects it and bolsters its natural defenses. In fact, a study showed that coffee bean extracts can be responsible for skin cell energy preservation due to its free-radical properties.

It makes skin smooth and bright: Because of its qualities that signal tissue repair, coffee plays a crucial role in regulating cell re-growth, leading to retained hydration (increased collagen) and increased skin elasticity.

It enhances circulation: When coffee promotes blood circulation, it leads to healthy and energized skin, effectively reducing the swelling of tissues and de-puffing areas of the skin.You can also make coffee ice cubes in advance and trace it over the affected are.

Found From Beauty Epic

rose clay face mask

 

 

Clays have been used for centuries as a natural agent to help beautify the skin. It has the ability to absorb excess oils, dirt and harmful toxins from the skin. The benefits are enhanced when powdered herbs and essential oils exfoliates, cleans and invigorates the skin while improving blood circulation. Dry, sensitive, mature, and normal skin types can all be benefited by the use of Rose Clay. It is effective at drawing toxins and impurities from the skin, without harshly depleting the skin’s moisture. It is also an efficient cleanser and exfoliant.

Found From Soap Queen

 

avocado face mask

 

The nutrient dense and creamy fruit – affectionately referred to as ‘nature’s butter’ – is an excellent source of over twenty vitamins and minerals, including vitamin B, C, E and K, riboflavin, niacin, folate, pantothenic acid, magnesium, potassium, lutein, beta-carotene, omega-3 fatty acids and anti-ageing antioxidants. (Now that was a mouthful!) Thus, just eating them regularly will undoubtedly help to improve your skin and hair from within but when applied directly, the power of the avocado goes even further and can work wonders.

Due to its high healthy fat, vitamin and antioxidant content, using the magical avocado as a face masque can leave the skin looking softer and younger looking, as it literally smooths and plumps out the skin.

Found From Freebie Finding Mom

 

pomegranate honey toning mask

 

From Kale and Caramel: Pomegranate juice is exceedingly high in Vitamin C, making it a potent antioxidant and skin revitalizer. As it works to slough off dead skin cells, it makes way for your skin to receive new moisture. And since the juice is made by blending whole seeds, the resulting pomegranate nectar is filled with traces of the seeds’ oils. These oils promote skin regeneration, even as the polyphenols in the fruit prevent oxidative damage. Pomegranates also contain high levels of ellagic acid, which reduces the breakdown of collagen. Translation: Skin full of all the vibrance of a thousand pomegranate jewels.

Paired with raw honey, this is a true elixir for radiance. Honey is a natural antibacterial and cleansing agent, used for centuries as a preservative (hello, mummies in Egypt!). It’s also my daily facial cleanser, and has helped dozens of friends end their battles with skin irritations, red bumps, and bothersome breakouts.

Found From Kale And Caramel

Exfoliating Brown Sugar & Honey face mask

 

The honey contains natural enzymes that act as an antiseptic to clean out my pores while the sugar exfoliates my pores and skin. The antimicrobial agent in the honey helps fight acne by slowly releasing natural hydrogen peroxide. The sugar actually has high mineral content that contributes to moisturizing my skin. Together they make a great natural scrub. One of the best things is that this can be used as an all over body scrub too.

Skin saving properties of honey:

  • Acne: Honey is naturally antibacterial, so it’s great for acne treatment and prevention.
  • Aging: Full of antioxidants, it is great for slowing down aging.
  • Complexion boost: It is extremely moisturizing and soothing, so it helps create a glow.
  • Pores: Honey is clarifying because it opens up pores making them easy to unclog.

Found From Happy Mothering


3 Tools to help you with your face masks:

Glass jars. You will need somewhere to store your face mask. A glass jar with a  wide mouth are perfect for the job!

 

Wooden spoon. A few ingredients such as bentonite clay and activated charcoal should not be mixed with metal. Choosing a wooden spoon when mixing your ingredients will guarantee that the toxins are leached into your face mask.

 

 

 

Face mask brush. You could of course use your fingers to apply your face mask but a face mask brush makes for smooth application and less mess.


Glowing skin originates from inside the body so here is my number one tip for healthy, firm skin. Add some high quality collagen to your diet. The collagen protein is too large to be absorbed by the skin so those anti-aging lotions and potions are selling you false advertising!  To truly get the benefits of collagen you must take it internally.  Try adding some grass-fed collagen blend, Soul Power, to your tea, coffee, smoothies!

So there you have it!

Do give these recipes a go and let me know how it worked for you.

About Jenny

Hello! I'm Jenny. I'm a mom to two wonderful boys. I'm a born and raised Clevelander.

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