DIY Fresh & Fruity Face Masks For Healthy Skin

DIY Fresh & Fruity Face Masks For Healthy Skin

While having tea with a friend and talking about our comprehensive skincare routines, I realized that so much of my skincare revolved around DIY routines.  As we swapped techniques and advice, I realized I'd gathered a recipe box of facials that can be done with fresh fruit. Today I have decided to share my recipes and alternative but equally effective sheet masks in The Soorat’s beauty arsenal that you can use  instead if you are strapped for time. 

The Peach Facial 

The peach facial is one of my favorites because it works nicely as a tightening mask. Simply remove the skin and pit from the center of a ripening peach. In a blender, combine the peach and the whites of one egg and blend until smooth. Allow 30 minutes to sit on your face after applying the mixture. Rinse well with cold water.


This sheet mask can also be used as an alternative to this homemade mask:


SKIN REPUBLIC

Collagen Infusion Face Mask

SKIN REPUBLIC-Collagen Infusion Face Mask | The Soorat


 

Apple Honey Mask

I've discovered that the apple mask is excellent for normal skin.  Peeled and quartered an apple. In a blender, chop the apple and add two tablespoons of honey. Blend until completely smooth. Then, after removing the mixture from the blender, chill it for about 10 minutes. Use a patting motion to apply the mixture to your face, making careful to pat until the honey gets tacky. Leave this mask on for 30 minutes then rinse it off with warm water.

If not you can also use this mask: 

MAKEUP REVOLUTION
Pink Clay Detoxifying Face Mask

MAKEUP REVOLUTION-Pink Clay Detoxifying Face Mask | The Soorat




Strawberry Mask 

I've also had a lot of results with a Strawberry mask that my grandmother recommended. The key is to use really ripe strawberries in this recipe. In a blender, combine half cup strawberries and ¼  cup cornstarch, and blend until smooth. Apply the mixture to your face, taking care not to get it in your eyes. Leave it on for 30 minutes before rinsing it off. If you would rather eat your expensive strawberries then use this mask to lighten up your skin:

ORIGINS
GINZING Peel Off Mask To Refine & Refresh

ORIGINS-GINZING Peel Off Mask To Refine & Refresh | The Soorat


Tomatoe Mask

The next facial mask is ideal for acne-prone skin. Place a ripe tomato in your blender and chop it into small pieces. Then add 1 tablespoon lemon juice and 1 cup instant oatmeal or rolled oats Mix everything together until it's completely smooth. It will not stick to your face if you mix it for too long. Simply add additional oatmeal if it becomes too thin. Apply the mixture and wait 10 minutes before removing it. Scrub it away with a warm, damp towel.

As an alternate to this homemade mask you can buy this:

PETER THOMAS ROTH
Therapeutic Sulfur Masque
PETER THOMAS ROTH Therapeutic Sulfur Masque | The Soorat

 

Avacado Mask 

Mashed avocado is also great for your skin, plus it's simple to make and apply! It's the best for anti-aging. If you can’t find avocado’s then you can buy this instead:

PETER THOMAS ROTH
Un-Wrinkle Peel Pads
PETER THOMAS ROTH-Un-Wrinkle Peel Pads | The Soorat

Papaya Honey Mask

You can also try this papaya and honey mask. Since papaya is rich in vitamin A and E and a powerful enzyme called papain. Mixed with honey this mask moisturizes and hydrates your skin. Add one tablespoon of honey to 2 pieces of mashed papaya. Apply to clean and dry skin and wash it after 15 to 20 minutes and pat dry with a clean towel. Use this face mask once a week for best results. For an alternate hydration mask buy this:

GLAMGLOW
THIRSTYMUD Hydrating Treatment
GLAMGLOW-THIRSTYMUD Hydrating Treatment | The Soorat

There are numerous ways to care for your skin, as well as various products are available. The most natural remedies, in my opinion, produce the finest outcomes. Avoid items with strong scented scents or that appear to be made with low-quality ingredients. I've had great results with these all-natural fruit facials. I hope you enjoy them.

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