Sudden breakout? Slap a turmeric-and-honey mask on it. Flare up of rosacea and irritation? Get thy face to the yogurt and aloe. Keep reading and watching! Vlogger Nicoletta Xo breaks down four different DIY face masks for acne-prone skin, including a soothing, dark-spot-busting formula that uses nutmeg, honey, and milk, along with a brightening, anti-inflammatory mask with turmeric, yogurt, and honey. But my favorite? This tea tree oil spot-treatment mask. But this mask uses hydrating, calming aloe to negate the potentially irritating effects while calming irritated, broken-out skin. Keep it on clean, dry skin for 10 minutes, then rinse it off, making sure to moisturize afterward.
Banana facial masks
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There isn't much a good face mask can't cure. They're just as amazing at taking the stress out of a crappy day in the office as they are at banishing unsightly parched patches, minimising pores and zapping blemishes. But instead of raiding the Selfridges beauty hall for your next mask fix, you might want to look a little closer to home.
Add hydration back into rough, dry skin with this moisturizing mask. And thanks to soothing ingredients, like honey and yogurt, your skin will feel incredibly soft and plump—if a little sticky. Just rinse well around the hairline.
Home Beauty Face and Body Care. Every product is independently selected by our editors. If you buy something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Bananas are packed with ingredients for great skin: vitamin A to fade dark spots and blemishes and smooth out rough skin, vitamin B to reduce dryness, vitamin E to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and potassium to moisturize and hydrate. So the fruit makes a perfect all-natural, homemade face mask that leaves skin looking and feeling softer. To make: Mash up a medium-sized ripe banana into a smooth paste, then gently apply it to your face and neck.