DIY Facial Masks for Glowing Skin

 

Everyone desires to have that elegant facial look that is emphasized by the facial masks that nourish the skin tones. Using a facial mask on a regular basis has many wonderful benefits for our skin. Do you want to make your own facial mask that can be tailored to your specific needs? Read on how to find out more.
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Everyone desires to have that elegant facial look that is emphasized by the facial masks that nourish the skin tones. Using a facial mask on a regular basis has many wonderful benefits for our skin. This can help revive dull skin back to a healthy glow, eliminate skin problems like pimples and acne, and help us keep a generally healthy skin throughout our lifetime.

 

However, going to a beauty parlor and getting a facial mask is not always affordable to all of those who desire this. But, you need not worry because there is an easier way to make and apply home facial masks recipes cheaply. This is why they have become the trend to most of the modern women. This technique is cheaper than the cosmetic treatment and it surprisingly replenishes the skin.

 

The best thing about making your own facial masks is that not only they are cheap and safe for the skin; they’re also easy to put together using ingredients that can be found in your kitchen. Who would ever think that the humble yogurt and the honey that you put in your tea can actually be part of your natural facial masks recipe?

 

What’s wonderful about making your own facial masks is that you have a wealth of choices — all natural, and all good for you. Apples, oranges, peaches, eggs, milk, oatmeal, strawberries—the list is endless! You can use the ones that work for you. You will surely find a facial mask recipe that will benefit your skin without the allergies.

 

Not everyone takes well to natural facial masks and other nature-based skin care products, however. Some people may unknowingly be allergic to honey or to yogurt, and putting these ingredients on their faces or skin may make them break out instead of enhancing their complexion.

 

Therefore, before you try on any facial mask, it is better to do a spot test before applying your natural facial mask to your face always helps. Keep on the mixture there for a few hours. If your skin turns red or itchy, that may be a sign that you are allergic to something in your facial mask.

 

Generally, when using a facial mask, it should be left on the face for 10 – 20 minutes only. Unless you have very oily skin, do not use your facial mask more than once every 3 days. Otherwise, you run the risk of over-exfoliating, which can cause stress to the facial skin.

 

Avoid the eye area as the skin there is thin and fragile, and the mask may get into the eye. Other areas to avoid are eyebrows, hairline and any other areas where it will be hard to remove the mask.

 

You should consider different skin types when preparing your facial mask recipes. For oily skin, Milk of Magnesia best fits such skin. For neutral skin, a mixture of egg, oatmeal, and olive oil and for dry skin, combine egg yolk, honey, olive oil, vitamin E oil. Then, apply all these recipes according to your skin type.

 

Egg and oatmeal facials are great for firming and toning combination skin. To make this homemade facial mask, mix 1/2 cup of oatmeal and 1 egg white in a small bowl. Add a drop of almond oil and stir the mixture until it’s thoroughly blended. Spread the egg and oatmeal mixture on your face and let it sit for 20 minutes before rinsing it off with warm water.

 

You can also prepare a yoghurt and strawberry facial mask by mashing some strawberries in yoghurt to make a smooth paste. You then apply the paste on your face for 20-30 minutes. Wash it off with cold water. The science behind using strawberry is that it is rich in salicylic acid which removes the dead skin layer. Yoghurt is an effective moisturizer and anti-aging product. However if you have broken skin or are allergic to berries try other facial masks.

 

Tomato can also be used for facial mask. Mesh tomatoes and several piece of lemon. Then add in some flour and mix well. Apply to face for a longer time at around 30 minutes. Both tomato and lemon are rich in vitamin C, therefore this mask is exceptionally good for fighting spots. This mask is especially suitable for oily skin. Apply to your face 2 to 3 times a week and you can notice significant skin improvement.

 

Some helpful tips to enhance the benefits of your face mask:

* Always apply facial mask to freshly cleansed skin.

* Make sure all facial mask is thoroughly removed before moisturising.

* Try to relax during a facial mask treatment. Lying down and listening to calming music is a simple but effective to technique to induce relaxation.

* Never leave a facial mask for more than the specified time.

* Always apply facial mask evenly. If a face mask is applied unevenly it can evaporate too quickly and may cause irritation.

* Do not use a face mask more than once or twice a week.

 

Here are just some basic ideas to make your own facial mask. Are you hunger for more ideas? If you do, simply click on to DIY Skincare Secrets.

 

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