Easy homemade facial ideassss?

I just want something easy to put together every now and then to clear up my terrible skin. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    9 Face Mask Recipes for All Skin Types

    Get the ingredients from your refrigerator and cupboard

    By Julyne Derrick, About.com Guide

    The recipes below work well on all skin types, no matter if you have oily skin, combination skin, dry skin or sensitive skin.

    Egg White Face Mask for All Skin Types

    Model Shalom Harlow calls this face mask, "so moisturizing and soothing." The best part? It only has 2 ingredients. It's also hugely popular on my Website. It's one of my best-reviewed recipes.

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    Oatmeal and Yogurt Mask for All Skin Types

    This is a great basic face mask that includes just 3 basic ingredients. This face mask is suitable for all skin types and is super simple to prepare. It will cleanse and rejuvenate your skin.

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    White Sugar Scrub for All Skin Types

    Sugar is a preferred exfoliant to salt because it tends not to tear at the skin. When dead skin collects on the surface of skin, it's important to slough it away. Use oil instead of water if you have dry skin.

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    Coffee & Cocoa Facial Mask for All Skin Types

    Use coffee grounds and cocoa powder to brighten a dull complexion and decrease puffiness in your face. Tailor this recipe for your own skin type. Excellent for dry, oily and dehydrated skin.

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    Homemade 'Cat Litter' Mask for All Skin Types

    We got this recipe off a TV show years ago. The beauty expert (Diane Irons) swore cat litter is made of the same ingredients as special clays found in $100 spa facials. We tried this and loved it.

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    Yogurt Face Mask for All Skin Types

    Fage GreekYogurt

    This refreshing face mask is made up of only 2 ingredients.

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    Homemade Clay Mask for All Skin Types

    This clay mask will make skin super soft.

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    Rejuvenating Pumpkin Mask for All Skin Types

    Pumpkin pulp is full of antioxidants. This recipe is adapted from one in Vogue Magazine that was created by a well-known Santa Monica facialist.

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    Skin Brightening Turmeric Face Mask

    This wonderful turmeric face mask will brighten skin, leaving skin looking glowy. The key to the glow is in the turmeric powder (women have used this as a skin brightener for decades), and you can create the mask with lemon juice and yogurt if your skin tends to be oily, or olive or almond oil if it's on the drier side. Warning: Turmeric powder will stain. If you have darker skin, you may not notice the stain, but fair skinned people will. The stain does wear off after a few hours.

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  • 4 years ago

    I use three different facial masks at home. (: I just Mix 2 tablespoons honey with 2 teaspoons milk. Smooth over face and throat. Leave on for 10 minutes. Rinse off with warm water. Grind either the withe part or the yellow part of the eggs. Add a little honey, milk, and water. Stir until a liquid. Put it on your face and wait until it is dried up. Then wash off with hand soaps. I use 100% real honey with lime juice as a face mask. Leave it on for more than 30 min if you can go like an hour or more great! :D

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  • 7 years ago

    Aloe leaf slit done the middle, put the saliva like film on your face until it hardens, aloe naturally reduces redness and inflammation

    Salt is a natural astringent you can mix with a crushed aspirin to clean and reduce inflammation.

    Egg white put on your face and left to harden as a mask will work

    Putting water to boil nd placing your face over it with a towel, let the steam open your pores and scrub with a salt and honeay mixture. Wash off with cold water to close your pores, Then air dry.

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  • 7 years ago

    Greek yogurt and honey

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