Tuesday, 9 September 2014

5 Natural Face Mask Recipes

Homemade Face Mask Recipes for Every Skin Types

These natural face mask recipes have been written for the people whose lives are hectic and they do not find any time to go to spa for relaxation. For making your skin beautiful at home, follow these natural face mask recipes which will help you in boosting up your skin and making it naturally fresh and clean. Make sure that all the ingredients used in these masks are purely non-toxic.

1.  The Basic - Face Mask

natural face mask recipes
Add enough water in bentonite clay or kaolin clay and mix them well until it turns into a thick paste. Apply on the face with the help of circular motion of your hands till the whole area of the face covered completely. Let it dry and use a warm, wet washcloth to remove.

It is good for all skin types.

2.  Tropical Face Mask

tropical face mask recipe
Take one banana and mash it. Now mix 1 tbsp of honey in it to form a smooth paste. Apply on all over the face then leave it for 15 minutes at least. Rinse it out well.

It is good for dry skin.

3.  Chai Face Mask

Chai Face Mask
Take a small bowl; add chai tea and 1 tbsp of honey along with ½ tsp each of cinnamon and nutmeg. A very delicious smelling mask is ready to apply on the face. Massage gently on your face and keep it for 20 minutes. Remove with using the washcloth dipped in warm water.

It is good for normal or oily skin.

4.  Guacomole Face Mask

Guacomole Face Mask
Take ½ of a ripe avocado and mash it well. Now add 2 tbsp of honey and then apply all over the face. Let sit aside for 20 or 30 minutes then rinse it well.

It is good for all skin types, especially for dry skin.

5.  Cool Cucumber Face Mask

Cool Cucumber Face Mask
Cucumber is very essential and effective for the inflammatory actions on the skin and especially great for oily skin too. Take just ½ of a cucumber and blend it in a blender. Now mix 1 tbsp of honey and 1 tsp of bentonite or kaolin clay. If you want to create a thick paste then you can also increase the quantity of clay. Apply on your face and leave it for 20 minutes. Remove with washcloth and warm water.
It is good for all skin types, especially good for acne prone

Aftercare

After using a facemask, it would be better to use toner. Take a sea salt spray or 1 tsp of apple cider vinegar. Dilute in 1 cup of cool water. It will work as a great toner for your skin to lock in the effects.


17 comments:

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  4. I like guacomole:*

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