Here are 10 DIY face masks for girls who want glowing skin instantly.
1. Coffee Mask
To make this face mask, you require 2.25 teaspoons of fresh lemon juice, 1.5 teaspoons of aloe gel, one tablespoon consisting of honey, and one tablespoon pf finely ground espresso beans. Form a paste by blending the honey and the coffee beans together. Add in the lemon juice and aloe gel and mix well. You can skip the lemon juice if you have sensitive skin. Apply the mask to your face gently and leave it on for ten minutes before you decide to wash it off. This works because the coffee’s caffeine gently exfoliates the skin while tightening it.
2. Papaya Greek Yoghurt DIY Face Mask
For this face mask, all you need is one tablespoon consisting of full-fat plain yoghurt and two tablespoons comprising ripe and mashed papaya. Mix the yoghurt and papaya together and apply it to the decollete, neck, and clean face. Apply in upward-sweeping motions. Leave these face masks for up to ten minutes depending on the sensitivity of your skin. Apply facial moisturiser and toner after washing it off with tepid water. This will work because papaya is rich in a protein-dissolving enzyme referred to as papain and vitamin C. Hence, the mask is ideal for creating clear and smooth skin.
3. Honey Rosehip Avocado Mask
Ingredients include a quarter of ripe avocado, ten drops consisting of rosehip seed oil, and one tablespoon comprising honey. Use a food processor to combine all the ingredients. Put the mask on and rinse it off after five minutes. This mask works because Rosehip seed oil improves the texture of the skin and makes the cellular walls strong while the avocado calms and moisturises the skin.
4. Potato Turmeric DIY Face Masks
Ingredients include a quarter teaspoon of turmeric, a few drops of rosewater, one grated cucumber, and one grated white potato. Combine the ingredients, put the mask on, and rinse it off after ten minutes. Use a towel to remove all the grated veggies from your face. This works because both potatoes and turmeric are anti-inflammatory. Wounds and bruises have been treated with potato paste for years. Moreover, cucumbers are rich in vitamin C, hydrate the skin, and give the skin a toning appeal.
5. Matcha DIY Face Masks
For this mask, use half teaspoon of honey, quarter teaspoon of matcha powder, and quarter cup cooked and plain oatmeal. Combine the mixture in a bowl together with fresh lemon juice. Put the mixture on your clean face for up to ten minutes. Make your hands moist and massage the skin for a light exfoliation prior to rinsing. This will work because matcha is a superfood and consists of powerful antioxidants. Additionally, the mask could help in reduction of sebum production by the skin.
6. Besan Mask
To make this mask, you need 1 tablespoon of milk cream, 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, and 2 tablespoons of besan or gram flour. Combine the ingredients to create a paste and add a little water for consistency. Apply the paste on the neck and face for up to 20 minutes. Rinse your face with cool water.
7. Banana Face Mask
Ingredients for this mask include 2 teaspoons of honey and 1 ripe banana. Use a hand blender or a grinder to blend the banana with honey. Apply on the face for up to fifteen minutes. Rinse your face with cold water after rinsing with warm water.
8. Triple-Action Turmeric Mask
For this mask, you will use 1 tablespoon of aloe, half teaspoon of turmeric, 1 teaspoon of honey, and 1 tablespoon comprising organic Greek yoghurt. Blend the ingredients together and apply for up to ten minutes. It works because it is super hydrating, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial. Aloe and honey are good anti-septics and make your skin clear. Greek yoghurt boosts the hydration of the skin and turmeric is an anti-inflammatory.
9. Honey-Avocado Mask
Ingredients include 1 mashed mango, 2 tablespoons consisting of olive oil, 2 tablespoons comprising avocado, and 2 tablespoons comprising honey. Combine all the ingredients together. Apply for fifteen minutes and wipe with a warm cloth. It works since honey is hydrating and does not risk a breakout. Avocado restores the lipid layer of the skin through vitamin B and omega-3 fatty acids. Additionally, the mango has vitamin C which assists to brighten the skin while the olive oil softens the skin. Olive oil reverses sun damage signs and is anti-inflammatory.
10. Orange Face Mask
For this face mask, use water or rose water, 1 teaspoon of sandalwood powder, and orange peels. Dry the orange peels by exposing them to the sun for 2-3 days. Make a fine powder by grinding them and take two tablespoons of the powder and mix with water to create a paste. Put on this paste for up to half an hour and rinse your face.