Taking care of the skin on your face is extremely important, especially after a certain stage of your life. Every year, women of all ages spend hundreds, even thousands of dollars, on various cosmetic products. But did you know that going broke to look neat and attractive isn’t really necessary? Really, why spend a lot of money when you can invent your own treatment to hydrate and nourish your skin? For example, a homemade moisturizing face mask is easy to prepare, natural, cheap and its effect is really visible. Plus, it only requires ingredients you probably already have at home or can easily get your hands on your next visit to the nearby market. We offer you not one, but 7 magnificent recipes to hydrate the epidermis and enhance the complexion in summer.
Homemade Hydrating Avocado Face Mask
To make our first homemade moisturizing face mask, mash up a quarter of a ripe avocado in a small bowl. Add a tablespoon of very fine oat flakes and a tablespoon of raw honey (and a few drops of lemon juice, optional). Stir until all the ingredients are well mixed and apply the mask on your clean and dry face. Leave on for about 10 minutes and rinse with lukewarm water before applying your usual face cream.
Ideal anti-wrinkle treatment and dilated pores
Chances are, the two ingredients in this next homemade hydrating mask are in your fridge. The synergy between the two is perfect for mature, quite oily skin and will leave your face incredibly smooth. To make it, thoroughly mix 1/4 cup of buttermilk with 1 tablespoon of yogurt. Leave it on your face for as long as possible, then rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water to see an unparalleled glow. The skin is hydrated, the pores they tighten and the fine lines are gone!
DIY mattifying mask “Breakfast”
This mask says that breakfast helps calm and matte oily skin, thanks to its blend of soothing oatmeal and firming egg yolks. Mix one egg yolk, one tablespoon of honey, and one tablespoon of olive oil with half a cup of crushed oatmeal. Stir well and then apply it on your face for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water and admire the moisturizing and soothing effect at the same time!
Honey, watermelon and potato ointment
Fortunately, this is not a culinary recipe and we will not consume the mixture obtained. Boil a potato until tender and mash it into a puree. Crush a small slice of watermelon and add it to the mashed potato. Finish the ointment with 2 tablespoons of 100% raw honey and mix well. Apply evenly to face and leave on for 20 minutes before rinsing off with slightly lukewarm water. You will immediately rejuvenate yourself with this hydrating face mask that is somewhat surprising, but 100% effective!
Oatmeal anti-inflammatory treatment
With 2 ingredients that are not only edible, but also delicious, this homemade moisturizing face mask could also be a meal. Since oatmeal and darling (if possible Manuka) – mmm…it’s fantastic! To prepare the treatment with an anti-inflammatory effect, grind the oats in a food processor to reduce them to flour. Then in a small bowl add enough Manuka honey to create a paste. If the mask is too thick, add 1/2 to 1 tablespoon of rosewater. Leave to act on the facial skin for about 20 minutes and rinse with warm water. Sensitive skin will thank you greatly!
Antioxidant cooking with post-sun glow effect
One of the ingredients in this homemade hydrating mask is a bit more specific: multi-benefit acai. In the blender, put some acai, one or two slices of avocado, some strawberries and a little honey. Blend until smooth and apply to cleansed skin on the face and neck. In 5 minutes, rinse with warm water and voila!
Moisturizing yogurt, honey and avocado mask
The ingredients needed for this moisturizing concoction are 1/3 to 1/2 avocado, 2 to 3 tablespoons of natural bulgarian yogurt and 1 teaspoon of pure honey. Simply mix all the ingredients in a bowl, mashing the avocado very well with a fork. Then apply to slightly damp skin on face and neck, leave on for 10-15 minutes (or until dry) and rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water. Which homemade moisturizing face mask will you try first?
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