Forget wasting time or money at the spa nearby. Make the ideal DIY organic face mask by following these straightforward recipes.

You can practise self-care whether or not you have access to a spa or salon. You can practice skincare at home by making a DIY organic face mask at home with basic ingredients. 

In addition to taking the time to apply glow-inducing goop to your face, you are also adding the self to self-care by being aware of the origin of each ingredient, which was chosen by you. 

Organic Face Maks: Star Ingredients

These simple ingredients are well received by organic face mask users.


1. Oatmeal - Colloidal oatmeal is ground oats that can be purchased or made by simply blending rolled oats into flour. Oatmeal in an organic face mask can help improve dryness in the skin and keep it moisturised. 

Additionally, it possesses anti-inflammatory qualities that have been demonstrated to relieve irritated or itchy skin. All in all, it is the ingredient of choice in an organic face mask if your skin type is dry

2. Avocado- It has significant levels of vitamin E. Avocado is an antioxidant that may prevent damage from free radicals, as well as contains lipids that might promote skin hydration. 

It can be used in an organic face mask by people with dry and combination skin types.

3. Honey- Honey, a natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory component, may lessen irritation and redness. 

Additionally, it has been demonstrated to aid in exfoliating and maintaining skin moisture. 

It is preferable to use raw honey because it could have greater health benefits, such as more antioxidants. Suitable in an organic face mask for oily skin type

4. Green Tea- Green tea in organic face masks add amazing anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. These properties make green tea a stellar ingredient in organic face masks for all skin types.

5. Milk and Yogurt- They contain proteins that could soothe irritated skin as well as lactic acid. Milk and yogurt are well-known exfoliants in organic face masks that add hydrating qualities.

6. Aloe- Aloe is another stellar all-rounder ingredient in organic face masks. Aloe has many properties, however, its anti-inflammatory and moisturising properties are well renowned.

Easy Organic Face Mask Recipes

Are you motivated to use your imagination in the "cosmetic kitchen"? 

Here are easy organic face mask recipes that dermatologists have endorsed can be made at home!


1. Simple Honey Organic Face Mask

The potential benefits include exfoliation, improved hydration, and decreased redness and/or irritation.

Follow these steps:

Apply a thin layer of honey to damp skin. Honey has been demonstrated to have great antibacterial. 

15 minutes after applying, gently rinse off with a hydrating cleanser.


2. Brown Sugar Organic Face Mask

Potential benefits include increased hydration and exfoliation.

Follow these steps:

Combine two tablespoons of brown sugar and coconut oil.

Apply gently in circular motions to the face, allow it to sit for five minutes, and then rinse off with warm water.


3. Green Tea Organic Face Mask for Glow

Potential benefits include reduced irritation or redness, and enhanced moisture

Follow these steps:

Matcha green tea, raw honey, and baking soda are combined in equal amounts with a small amount of water to create a paste.

Apply to the face and let sit for 15 minutes before rinsing with warm water.


4. Say No to Blemishes with Milk Organic Face Mask

The potential benefits include exfoliating and reduced acne (anti-bacterial).

Follow these steps:

To make a thin paste, mix 2 Tbsp. raw honey, 2 Tbsp. nutmeg, and 2 tsp. milk.

Apply to the face, wait 15 minutes, and then wash it off with warm water. Follow this up with a moisturiser.


5. Oatmeal Organic Face Mask

Potential benefits include exfoliating and reducing acne (anti-bacterial).

Follow these steps:

Take 2 Tbsp. raw honey, 2 Tbsp. nutmeg, and 2 tsp. milk and combine them to form a thin paste.

Apply the paste to the face, let it sit for fifteen minutes, and then rinse with warm water. Use a moisturiser as the last step.


6. Chocolate Organic Face Mask

Potential benefits include improved hydration, exfoliation, and a chocolate scent.

Follow these steps:

To make the paste, mix 3 Tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder or cacao powder, 1 Tbsp. cream, 2 tsp. raw honey, and 1/4 cup of milk.

Apply to the face, let it dry for 10 to 15 minutes, and then rinse with warm water.

7. Aloe and Honey Organic Face Mask

Potential benefits: reduced irritation or redness, and enhanced moisture

Follow these steps:

To make a paste, mix 1 tablespoon of raw honey and 1 tablespoon of pure aloe vera gel.

Apply evenly all over the face, wait 20 to 30 minutes, and then wash off with warm water.

That’s all folks! 

Simple, right? 

Now you too can take charge of putting “self” in self-care and get salon-like skin right from your kitchen!

So what are you waiting for? Make an organic face mask today!

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