Bio face masks

Bio masks for all skin types

Who does not love a good face mask? Here are some recipes of facial masks at home easily feasible to reproduce the “spa feeling” at home small cost.

Vanilla-honey mask

If your skin is dry all the cold dry winter or summer heat. Try this incredible natural mask. It is designed not to interfere with other classic facial treatment but can rather help correct the dryness caused by these products.

1/2 cup oat powder (powder produced by a mixer)

2 tablespoons of honey

1 teaspoon of sunflower oil or other natural oil

1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract. Do not use if your skin is irritated

Add water to make a paste. Slightly heat the skin with warm compresses to open the pores. Apply the mixture on the skin and leave for 10 minutes or more. Rinse, and rub a small amount of liquid vegetable oil on normally dry areas.

Watermelon yogurt mask-

Mix 1 teaspoon watermelon juice with 1 teaspoon of plain Greek yogurt.

Lactic acid and enzymes in yogurt help to gently exfoliate and purify while watermelon hydrates rCleansing mask Pineapple-Melon

50 g of pineapple

50 g melon (any kind of melon will do)

100 ml of water

8 g of corn starch *

* If you do not have cornstarch, add oatmeal or any other binder of your choice, if necessary, to obtain a paste.

Mix starch, pineapple, melon and water in a blender. Apply on face and leave for about 10 to 15 minutes. Wipe gently with a wet wipe. Revitalizes your skin. Apply the mask on your face and neck for 10 minutes and then rinse

Green tea mask

Green tea

One tablespoon powdered sugar

Half a tablespoon of lemon juice

Green tea is good for the skin, it can help you cure acne and also helps soothe sensitive skin. Make a cup of green tea (with lots of tea. Twice as loose tea that you normally use to drink or just two tea bags). Leave to infuse for an hour, and if the tea is still hot (unlikely) cool in the refrigerator until it is cold. Out, combine sugar and lemon juice, apply on your face and leave for 15 minutes. Wash and moisturize.

Banana Mask

Banana contains many beneficial vitamins for your skin and natural acids that help to remove dead skin cells to brighten your complexion.

1 banana

1 tablespoon of honey

Mix banana with honey and apply on your face and neck, avoiding the eye contour. Leave on for 15 minutes and rinse.

Pumpkin mask

Pumpkin offers more than 100 beneficial ingredients for the skin, including vitamin A, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), beta carotene (a natural form of salicylic acid), and more.

2 teaspoons pumpkin puree

1/2 teaspoon of honey

1/2 teaspoon of milk

1/4 teaspoon cinnamon spices (Note: Although it can be fun for some, it can cause a mild allergic reaction in others. To be sure, do a skin test – if it burns, leave the cinnamon out of the recipe).

 

Mix ingredients into a paste and apply on the face freshly cleaned. Let dry for about 15-20 minutes and rinse with water.

Lemon-blueberry mask

4 tablespoons of fresh blueberries

3 teaspoons of oatmeal powder

1 teaspoon of almond powder

2 teaspoons of distilled water

1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice

1 drop of lemon essential oil

Transfer to a plastic container and add the essential oil. Stir to mix well. Apply to freshly cleansed skin using sweeping movements to spread all over her face. If you have not used the full amount, you can keep it refrigerated for fun later in the week.

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