Facial masks for every complexion

This compilation of do-it-yourself mask ingredients come straight from your pantry.

This compilation of do-it-yourself mask ingredients come straight from your pantry.

Complexion got you down again? It’s normal to feel self conscious when your skin is acting up, but it doesn’t have to be something you continuously struggle with. Fortunately, it’s nothing a good facial can’t take care of! Instead of spending a fortune on products or an appointment with a dermatologist, try doing it yourself. Homemade facials are not only cheap, but also easy and fun. This compilation of do-it-yourself mask ingredients come straight from your pantry, so it really can’t get any better – or fresher. Plus, it makes for the perfect relaxing activity for a girls’ night in.

Match these masks to your complexion and see how they work for you!

One important thing to note before you get started:
Masks work best when you follow the time guidelines, otherwise you could end up further damaging your skin. Use the BABY-G BA110LP-4A to make sure you keep the mask on for the appropriate amount of time.

Dry skin
Dry skin happens to everyone – especially when the weather starts to change. Beauty blog, The Every Girl, has perfected this mask. For ultimate hydration, combine a mixture of half an avocado, one tablespoon of honey and one tablespoon of plain yogurt. Leave the mask on for 10-15 minutes, make some guacamole with the leftover avocado, and then rub off with a cool wash cloth.

Dull skin
Want your skin to glow? This mask is great for every skin type. Marie Claire Magazine suggested blending half of a mashed banana with a tablespoon of orange juice and a tablespoon of honey. Rinse with warm water after 15 minutes and shine on.

Oily skin
Combating oily skin has always been tricky, it seems like you can never get that sheen to completely go away. Luckily this nuisance has one of the easiest remedies. Allure Magazine shared their recipe for soaking up your skin’s excess grease. Simply mix together a half cup of cooked oatmeal, one egg and one tablespoon of lemon juice. Leave the mask on for about 20 minutes, or until you feel it tighten.

Bonus! This mask is also great for reducing redness or splotchy skin.

Blemish-prone skin
Breakouts are the worst, but this mask will help prevent them from popping up! Mix together two tablespoons of honey, two tablespoons of nutmeg and two teaspoons of milk to help kill of acne-causing bacteria, prescribed Self Magazine. Wash after 10-15 minutes and apply a light moisturizer for best results.


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