Did you know that natural face masks made from pure and fresh ingredients are better than any chemical based product offered in the market? Probably yes, but because they don’t necessarily generate the instant results we look for, we tend to choose the latter option over the former. But it is found that the former is actually much more beneficial and harmless to be used on your face. So here are some DIY face mask recipes you ought to be trying out.
The milk mask
Unlike the matcha recipes of Matcha Wellness that uses green tea, this uses regular milk available in powered form. All you have to do is make a mix out of 1/4th of a cup of powdered milk and water to form a thick paste. Apply it on to your face and let it dry up naturally. Then rinse it off with warm water and feel that rejuvenating change within you. And if you have got naturally sensitive skin, this would be an ideal one for you to use.
The banana mask
We have all heard of how well banana could be used for many purposes. And that includes even as a mask for preventing hair fall and thickening the hair. So it is no surprise that it could also be used as a rejuvenating face mask as well. All you need for this is, a medium banana squashed well. Apply this on to your face and neck and let it sit for about 10 to 20 minutes and wash it off with cold water. You could also combine 2 tablespoons of honey and 1/4th of a cup of yoghurt to this mix too. And just like you could buy matcha green tea to make a mix for your face, you could use this as well for a smooth and moisturized face.
The yoghurt mask
This is definitely one cooling mask that could be used on any kind of skin. It is also a perfect cure for depression as well. Get yourself some plain yoghurt and apply it all over your face and let is set for about 20 minutes. And then wash it off after sometime. This mix is perfect if you are aiming at tightening those pores and cleansing your skin off all those dust and grime. You could also add in some juice from ¼ of a slice of orange, some pulp mix of it and a teaspoon of aloe gel as well, to give the plain mask a bit of a twist. Let this sit for at least five minutes and then rinse it off.
The cider mask
Another ingredient that is ideal not only for cooking but also for you skin is, apple cider vinegar. And it has also been known to be used as a toner as well, back in the old days. Once you have washed your face well, mix up one tablespoon of this cider vinegar and two cups of water and use it to clean and tighten your skin better. You could also use equal 1/4th of a cup parts of water and cider vinegar and let it set and dry on your face, to create a different kind of face mask. Try out the above and watch the amazing results these natural masks could bring to your face!