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DIY, 4 Super Cheap Face Masks for Glowing Skin

Are you tired of spending money for expensive “miraculous” face masks? Try one of these super easy and cheap Face Mask Recipes for a Glowing Skin.



1. Coffee Face Mask

coffee face mask

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The ingredients are natural and can be easily found at home. The proposed coffee mask recipe is based on:

  • coffee grounds
  • honey
  • olive oil, in the quantity of one tablespoon for each product.

They should be mixed in a bowl until you have a homogeneous mixture. It should not be too liquid, otherwise, it will be difficult to apply, as it will tend not to remain compact.

At this point, it should be applied on the face and neck, with circulatory movements. To give a lifting effect to this treatment, it would be better to carry out the half-sphere movements, that is to limit yourself to making the hands go from the bottom upwards.

The skin, if we bring it down with the movements, then tends to stay there, while pulling it upwards, we will get the opposite effect.

The coffee grounds, with these maneuvers on the face, will have a scrub, exfoliating effect from the first application.

The time in which the mask must remain on the face is about 10 or 15 minutes, at the end of which you can rinse with warm water if you want by removing the dough with a damp cloth.

The presence of honey among the ingredients may be difficult to remove with just water and hands, the cloth is more effective. Then pat the face to close the pores.

The skin will be smooth and soft, thanks to the moisturizing effect of the oil and the nourishing effect of honey.


Read our complete articleHow to Make a Coffee Face Mask, Recipe & Benefits


2. Refreshing Aloe, Milk, and Sugar Mask

aloe vera face mask
  • Step 1: Take a clean bowl. 
  • Step 2: Add ½ tablespoon of milk and 1 tablespoon of sugar. Mix them well.
  • Step 3: Now add two tablespoons of freshly extracted aloe vera gel to the bowl.
  • Step 4: Stir well
  • Step 5: Congratulations, your mask is ready! 

Isn’t it super easy and cheap to make a DIY aloe vera mask? It’s equally easy to apply it.  Let’s see how to apply aloe vera face mask.

  • Step 1: Wash your face properly before applying the mask.
  • Step 2: Pat dry your face using a clean towel.
  • Step 3: Take your home-prepared mask and apply it gently on your face.
  • Step 4:  Massage your face in a circular motion for a few minutes.
  • Step 5: Leave the mask for at least 15-20 minutes.
  • Step 6: Don’t touch your face during this period. Read a good book or just relax.
  • Step 7: Wash your face with lukewarm water, and pat dries it.
  • Step 8: You can apply a moisturizer if you feel like it. Otherwise, leave your face as it is overnight. 

It is more beneficial to use aloe vera mask at night. However, you can apply it during daytime too. For better results, use the mask twice o thrice a week.

It is also advisable to first test the mask by applying a small quantity of it on your hand. If you see redness on your hand, it’s advisable to not use the mask.


Read our Complete Article “How To Make an Aloe Vera Mask – 3 Easy Recipes


3. Avocado, Banana and Egg Face Mask

Ingredients:

  • 1 small avocado (or 1/2 avocado)
  • 1/2 ripe banana
  • 1 egg yolk

Procedure

Pound the avocado and banana until the mixture is smooth. Add the egg yolk and continue mixing. The final result must be not too liquid. If it is, fix it by adding a little more banana or avocado.

Once you have finished mixing, apply on the face for 10-15 minutes, rinse and dry the face with a very soft cloth so as not to irritate the skin. Ideal for very dry skin.


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4. Avocado Seed Face Mask

avocado seed face mask

The power of avocado is not only in the pulp but also in the seed, nothing is thrown away! Here a recipe for a face mask with avocado seed, the best exfoliating scrub and for acne sufferers.

Ingredients

  • Avocado seed
  • 1 tablespoon of clay powder
  • water q.s.

Grate the avocado seed. If it is too hard, put it in the oven at low temperature or boil it for half an hour. Mix with the clay powder and add just enough warm water to make the mixture of the right consistency, not too hard and not too liquid.

Apply on the face for about fifteen minutes. This mask is useful as a face scrub, for those who suffer from acne or have acne scars.


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