How to pamper yourself with DIY face masks

How to pamper yourself with DIY face masks

When was the last time you rewarded yourself with a relaxing beauty treatment? If you think it has been quite a long while, maybe it’s time to go back to your favorite facialist. Wait, what if you don’t have time or money, you ask? We’ve got you covered.

You may have asked yourself this a couple of times: “Should I just do it myself?” And we’re telling you, yes you can! There are a handful of DIY beauty treatments you can do at home that are suitable for your skin type that is totally safe as well.

Photo by Isabell Winter on UnsplashCenturies after centuries, women around the globe have used and still continue to use natural ingredients t remedy their skin woes and maintain their radiant glow. So yes, you can get pampered in the comfort of your own home whenever you want. Here are a few homemade beauty treatments you can do on your free time:

 

Rice facial mask

Asian women, most notably South Koreans, are known for double cleansing. Rice mask works as a deep cleanser that exfoliates and smoothens the skin, a quick fix to eliminate shine and oil. it ‘s rich in vitamin E that helps keep the skin youthful looking.

Simply mix the rice in warm water for about 30 minutes and wait for the starch to rise, then blend it with rice flour which will eventually become a paste. Apply the mixture to your clean skin and let it sit for 10-15 minutes. Rinse with cool water.

 

Egg facial mask

Who knew eggs had more use than sided with bacon and for all your other food cravings? As a quick, easy, and low-cost way of pampering, you’ll look at eggs differently now for they work effectively just as it tastes great cooked as eggs benedict.

Just grab an egg from your fridge. If you have an oily skin, take the egg white and add a few drops of lemon or honey. For dry skin, beat the yolk for that will be used. For normal skin types, you may use the whole egg. Apply the egg to your face and let it stay for 30 minutes before rinsing.

 

Hydrating avocado mask

Avocado sure is yummy. We assume you wouldn’t have any problems putting it over your face? If you’ve been out and about for weeks and noticed your skin seems dry and flaky, a moisturizing avocado mask is a great way to remedy it.

Simply mash an avocado until it’s soft enough then add some yogurt and honey (you may also opt to add virgin olive oil to smoothen skin) to the mixture. Wait for it to develop into a paste. Apply the form to your skin and leave it there for 10-15 minutes then rinse after. Say hello to a more soft skin!

 

Yogurt mask

Itching to have a clearer skin and tighter pores? You may skip the spa and save some time by mixing some yogurt mask at home.

The lactic acid component in yogurt helps in tightening pores, fighting dead skin cells, and reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Mix three or fours tablespoons of yogurt with a tablespoon of olive oil. Brush the mixture to your face and let the formula sit for 30 minutes, then rinse after.

 

Oatmeal mask

Are you having acne breakouts recently? Doesn’t feel too good, does it? If you happen to have oatmeals for breakfast, you might want to utilize it as a remedy to your breakout since it soothes irritation and has anti-inflammatory properties.

Oatmeal is great for all skin types. Simply mix a one-third cup of instant oatmeal with a half cup of hot water. Add a tablespoon of honey as well as the same amount of unsweetened yogurt. Mix them together and once formed into a paste, apply to your face. Leave it on for 10 minutes or longer, then rinse.

What is your go-to DIY facial mask? Share it with us!

 

About the author: Chie is a writer for Geniale, a Skin Cancer and Medical Aesthetic Center that exists to achieve brilliance in cosmetic, medical and surgical care and to promote wellness and well-being in all they deliver.

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Chie Suarez is a writer/blogger for Wincrest Homes, a company that builds modern family homes in Sydney, the Central Coast, Newcastle, and Hunter Regions. She also writes for the Plasman UK, a company that continues to strive for further progress as the UK’s leading independent specialist distributor of kitchen surfaces.
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