3 Top DIY Natural Facial Masks for Radiant Skin!

3 Top DIY Natural Facial Masks for Radiant Skin!


The skincare industry seems to be advancing its way back to nature. Probably because so many people are finding that what they put on their bodies is just as important as what they put in it. With more knowledge comes more responsibility to know and trust the ingredients and the producers, and honestly, who do you trust more than yourself? Make these masks at home and kiss your problems goodbye.

Rejuvenate with a moisturizing and calming Banana & Oatmeal Mask
The ingredients in this mask will lead your skin to nirvana. Banana and Oatmeal begin the journey by loading skin with nourishing vitamin A, C, E and fats, ensuring your skin has the fuel it needs. While Almond Meal gently exfoliates away imperfections, vitamin E is on the job rebuilding cells and fading away scars and dark spots. Glycerin and Jojoba Oil (pronounced ho-ho-ba) make the final leg of the trip by catching and retaining moisture to keep your skin safe for whatever comes next. Start your expedition by mixing the following ingredients:

2 Tbsps. Finely Ground Oatmeal
2 Tbsps. Ground Almond Meal
1 Medium Banana
1 Tbsp. Glycerin
2 Tsps. Jojoba Oil
20 Drops of Vitamin E

  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor until it’s the consistency of a smooth paste.
  2. Apply mask to clean skin (avoiding eye area) and leave on for 15-20 minutes.
  3. Rinse off with warm water and apply your regular moisturizer.

Make your skin resilient with a nourishing Strawberry & Chocolate Mask
Fight off signs of aging while feeling like a queen. Use Strawberries and Cocoa Powder to knock-out excess oils and free radicals and then replenish the skin with powerful antioxidants. The Rhassoul Clay and Vanilla Extract ingredients then go to work, absorbing and eliminating impurities while enhancing your natural royal glow and smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles. The final enriching enhancements are realized when Aloe Vera lives up to its name as “the plant of immortality” by moisturizing and utilizing natural hormones to rebuild the skin cells. Break out the gloves and throw together these ingredients:

4 Large Fresh Strawberries
2 Tsps. Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
2 Tsps. Rhassoul Clay
½ Tsp. Dried Rose Petals
1 Tbsp. Aloe Vera Gel
1 Tsp. Glycerin
10 Drops Natural Vanilla Extract

  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor until it’s the consistency of a smooth paste.
  2. Apply mask to clean skin (avoiding eye area) and leave on for 15-20 minutes.
  3. Rinse off with warm water and apply your regular moisturizer.

Revitalize your skin with a radiating Green Clay & Active Charcoal Mask
This mask will heal acne-prone skin and give you the confidence boost you’re looking for. Powerful French Green Clay and Activated Charcoal draw out all the impurities and toxins in your skin, then use their antibacterial properties to fight any dirt and oil that even tries to make a comeback. While the Matcha Powder works to detoxify the skin with antioxidants comparable to 10 cups of Green Tea, the Witch Hazel and Cypress Oil work to tighten pores and gently clear oil and inflammation. The Rosewood and the Eucalyptus Oils follow on to help heal acne scars and regenerate skin tissues. Transform your skin by blending these ingredients:

1 Tbsp. French Green Clay
½ Tsp. Activated Charcoal
½ Tsp. Matcha (Green Tea) Powder
1 Tbsp. Aloe Vera Gel
2 Tsps. Witch Hazel Extract
1 Tsp. Glycerin
10 Drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil
5 Drops Rosewood Essential Oil
8 Drops Cypress Essential Oil

  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor until it’s the consistency of smooth paste. (Add more Witch Hazel in ¼ tsp. increments if combination is too thick)
  2. Apply mask to clean skin (avoiding eye area) and leave on for 15-20 minutes.
  3. Rinse off with warm water and apply your regular moisturizer.

Use any of these masks once a week and you’ll definitely be finding yourself on nature’s bandwagon.  
Invite friends over and share the simpler things available in natural skincare. Introduce them to these DIY masks created in your own kitchen and watch your skincare  “guru status” hit the roof. Add some wine and you’ve got a party to solve all your problems! Well, just for your skin, and what a better place to start.

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