Get a Beautiful Complexion with DIY Face Masks!

It’s very easy for your skin to dry out, especially at this time of year.  That’s why I’m giving you great DIY face masks that will nourish, heal, protect, and cleanse your skin with unmodified, pure, natural remedies. And the best part is, the ingredients are easily accessible so you don’t have to spend half an hour in the cosmetics aisle searching for the right product!

Avocado Mask

This is perfect for dry skin that can become very irritated easily. It’s also super easy to make! Just mash the avocado with a fork, add some extra-virgin olive oil, and apply the mixture to your face.

This mask is very nourishing and will supply your skin with a wide range of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and softening agents that will fight dryness.

Cultured Milk Mask

This is a simple and effective treatment for tired skin. Simply apply some natural yogurt, buttermilk, and sour cream on your face (avoid areas around the eyes). Let it sit for 10-15 minutes and rinse your face with cool water. This mask softens, rejuvenates, and restores a natural pH balance of your skin, which will protect it from negative influences of dry air.

Banana Mask

Mix mashed banana with sweet cream and apply it to your face for 30 minutes. It will smooth, soften, moisturize and nourish your skin whenever necessary.

Oatmeal Mask

This is a great remedy for skin beaten by a harsh wind. Simply mix raw oatmeal flakes, egg yolk, and honey. Keep it on your face for 20 minutes, wash with lukewarm water, and pat dry. After the application, your facial skin should feel very soft and refreshed.

Egg White Mask

This mask is perfect for oily skin with large pores. Just smooth a beaten egg white all over your face, let rest for 30 minutes and rinse with water. This mask will refresh and tighten your oily skin and will make it look much healthier. It will also create a natural barrier to protect your skin from harsh winds.

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