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DIY Face Masks Ideas For Your Next Spa Day

There are some days when your complexion needs a refresher, whether you had a stressful day at work, spent hours on a plane, or just finished with a long workout. A DIY face mask will do just the trick on those problem skin days, helping with hydration, collagen production, and the brightness of your complexion. So, commit to a relaxing spa day and whip up a homemade face mask listed below. You’ll see that the steps of a DIY face mask are simple, but incredibly effective!

 

BENEFITS OF DIY FACE MASKS

If you’re wondering what benefits face masks bring us, know that your skin will benefit in several different ways from a face mask. Depending on the recipe you choose, a DIY face mask will leave your skin feeling smooth and lovely.

Many ingredients that you can use in a homemade face mask can provide these benefits:

  • Increase collagen production

 

More collagen in the skin will provide these fantastic effects:

  • Decrease discoloration
  • Smooth wrinkles
  • Smooth, firm skin texture
  • Deeply moisturize the skin to avoid dry skin
  • Brighten skin tone

 

BEST FRUITS & VEGETABLES FOR FACE MASKS

When you’re making a DIY face mask, you may wonder what ingredients are helpful to our skin. There are many fruits and vegetables that, when applied to your skin via a DIY face mask, are helpful in hydration, collagen production, skin brightening, and more.

 

CUCUMBER

Cucumber is one of our favourite face mask ingredients. It’s ultra-soothing and helps to reduce redness of inflammation.

 

TOMATO

We use tomatoes in skin lightening face masks. This fruit has the ability to soothe inflammation, reduce redness, and cut down on oil in enlarged pores.

 

RED GRAPES

Red grapes are an incredible source of antioxidants, which can help boost collagen production in the skin.

 

BANANAS

Bananas are rich in vitamins and potassium to moisturise and revitalise the skin. This fruit is also free of oils, making it a great moisturising ingredients for oily skin.

 

PEACHES

Peaches are packed with collagen to restore your skin’s youthful glow. Plus, this fruit contains vitamin C to brighten skin tone.

 

Tip: to boost the benefits that you reap from these fruits and vegetables, we recommend that you use the DIY Fruit Steam Sprayer. This little machine infuses steam with nutrients from the ingredients of your choice to hydrate your skin, avoid dry skin, and improve skin texture.

 

DIY FACE MASK RECIPES

Collagen Boosting Red Grape and Banana Face Mask

  • 6 red grapes
  • ½ mashed banana
  • 1 teaspoon of olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon honey

 

Moisturising Peach Collagen Face Mask

  • 1 peeled and blended peach
  • ¼ cup unsweetened Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon honey

 

Soothing and Lightening Cucumber Tomato Face Mask

  • 1 mashed Roma tomato
  • ½ peeled, grated cucumber

 

Wondering how to make a DIY face mask from these wonderful recipes? We suggest that you use the Organic Face Mask Maker. This device will create an easy-to-apply mask from any combination of ingredients that you choose – all you have to do is add the recipe and press a button!

People may be sceptical of whether a DIY face mask is really helpful, but we encourage you to try it out for yourself! We trust that you’ll see the youthful glow that a DIY face mask can give you.

 

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR READING!

xo N

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This is a paid guest post written by Hailicare.

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18 Comments

  1. Love these DIY mask ideas.

    I am trying to use more natural products as part of my skincare routine.

    So will give the tomato and cucumber one a go.

    Thanks you for sharing my lovely.

    XOXO

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