DIY Honey Facial Mask Recipes for All Skin Types

 

DIY Honey Facial Mask Recipes for All Skin Types -  Are you looking for ways to treat dry skin, oily skin, sunburn skin or to heal scars naturally? Here are some honey facial mask recipes to help you achieve this
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Honey is perfect for those looking for an all-natural, organic way to look beautiful without chemicals. Honey is used as a fundamental ingredient in various beauty treatments due to its antioxidant and antimicrobial benefits. Honey offers natural protection to repair skin damage, while promoting the skin’s ability to rejuvenate. Not just that, honey also absorbs impurities from skin pores.

 

Using a honey-based facial mask proves beneficial to areas of skin that tend to become dry or itchy because it lends moisture to these areas. People have oily skin can benefit from honey as well; the sweetener can help your skin retain moisture and elasticity without drying it out, as some conventional facial washes may do.

Benefits of honey are enhanced when it is added to other beneficial ingredients. Here are a few examples.

 

Olive Oil Honey Facial Mask for Dry Skin

 

For this recipe, you will need a teaspoon of organic raw honey (or manuka honey) and one-third teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil. You mix them together in a small container. Then you apply this mixture on your face and let it stay there for 15-20 minutes before you rinse it off. You can use this recipe everyday to keep your skin soft and supple.

 

Yogurt Honey Facial Mask for Oily Skin

 

Take 1 teaspoon of yogurt, 1 teaspoon of honey, a teaspoon of chopped hazelnuts and 4-5 drops of lemon juice. Mix all the ingredients together and applied on the face for about 10 minutes. After this time, wash the face with warm water.

 

Aloe Vera Honey Facial Mask for Sensitive Skin

 

Both honey and Aloe Vera are very soothing for skin. To prepare this facial mask, you mix one teaspoon of organic raw honey (or manuka honey) with one teaspoon of Aloe Vera gel together to form a paste. Then you apply this mixture to your face and let it stay there for 15-20 minutes before you rinse it off. This mask is good for Rosacea and Eczema prone skin because the contents of this mask help to reduce redness and itchiness.

 

Pollen Bee Honey Facial Mask for Repairing and Healing Skin

 

Packed with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, the pollen bee honey mask can effectively reduce wrinkles, rejuvenate, tone, and clear skin in days. This mask is suitable for all skin types, and works well in nourishing and protecting healthy skin as well as healing and repairing skin that is troubled by acne, rosacea, rash, eczema and other problems.

 

To prepare this mask, you mix 1 teaspoon of bee pollen (ground) and 2 teaspoons of raw organic honey together to form a paste which you can apply to your face. Rinse the mask away after leaving it on for about 30 minutes to an hour. Apply 2-3 times a week to fight aging skin.

 

Cucumber Honey Facial Mask for Skin Brightening

 

Cucumber can brighten your skin and give your skin a subtle glow. When it is mixed with honey, it will offer a soothing, brightening and moisturizing effect on your skin.

 

To prepare this mask, you grate a cube of fresh cucumber, squeeze the juice and then mix it with half teaspoon of raw organic honey. You can apply this mixture on your face and let it stay there for up to 20 minutes before you rinse it off.

 

Tomato Honey Facial Mask for Sunburn Skin

 

Tomato is a cooling agent which can help to reduce tan. When it is combined with honey, it makes a wonderful anti-sunburn recipe. You take one tablespoon of fresh tomato pulp and mix it with one teaspoon of raw organic honey (or manuka honey) and apply this on the sunburn skin area. Let it stay there for up to 30 minutes before you rinse it off.

 

You may want to watch a Video HERE to learn how to make your own facial mask to treat all skin types.

 

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