5 Fun Face Mask Recipes!

We all know facials come at a price, not the most affordable indulgence. However, you don’t need to splurge to create an optimal skin care routine. Some of the best skin care ingredients are found right in your kitchen cupboard! These natural and nourishing face mask recipes are super easy to make with staple household ingredients and work really well to brighten, hydrate and make your skin glow! So next time you see your face looking a bit drab, why not try one of these at home face mask recipes!

Turmeric, Honey & Yoghurt

Combine 2 tablespoons of greek yoghurt with 1 tablespoon of raw honey and 1 teaspoon of tumeric. Apply to face and neck and leave for 20 minutes (be careful not to stain anything!) Tumeric is anti-inflammatory, yoghurt is exfoliating and honey is an antibacterial agent, making this face mask super brightening and cleansing (it is literally yellow!) This is one of our favourite face mask recipes.

Bentonite, Honey, Lemon & Coconut oil

Combine 2 tablespoons of bentonite clay (available at bulk food shops such as The Source), 1 teaspoon coconut oil, 1/2 tablespoon raw honey and a juice of half a lemon. This face mask recipe helps to keep your skin clean and clear with the detoxing nature of the clay combined with super hydrating coconut oil.

Egg White & Honey

Combine 1 egg white with 1 tablespoon of raw honey. Now this may not be your ideal mask but did you know egg whites help tighten pores and are great for removing accumulation of dirt. A mixture of egg whites and antibacterial honey makes for a super cleansing mask!

Avocado, Honey & Coconut oil

Combine 1/2 a soft avocado, 1 tablespoon of raw honey and 1/2 teaspoon of coconut oil and paint all over your face. This one is absolutely great for dry skin and gives it a nourishing glow!

Oatmeal, Honey & Yoghurt

Combine 1 packet instant oatmeal with 1/2 cup hot water, 1 tablespoon of raw honey & 2 tablespoons of greek yoghurt. Who knew such a staple breakfast could become a face mask to soothe angry, red skin as well as breakouts.


So there you have it, 5 face mask recipes to get your natural skincare regime started! For more at home beauty recipes check out this post on hair care from your kitchen cupboard.


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