DIY: Face Masks From Your Kitchen

You’re broke. You’re busy. You’re freaking out. And… you’re breaking out. Let us help you achieve clarity with these easy do it yourself masks. Made from all natural kitchen ingredients, you’ll be looking more radiant in no time. Not to mention, you’ll save A LOT of money. Whether you have dry or oily skin, there’s something for everyone. We present to you: face masks from your kitchen!

Avocado Face Masks From Your Kitchen

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The first face mask is for those with dry, peeling, or rough skin. Simply mash up half an avocado and mix in honey, yogurt, coconut oil, or olive oil. The avocado replenishes moisture, while the other supplements assist with softening and soothing the skin. There’s really no better way to prep your skin!

Face Masks For Oily Skin

diy acne face masks from your kitchen
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This one is for those with oily skin. If you’re acne prone, mix together strawberries, lemon juice, yogurt, and honey. Strawberries contain salicylic acid, great for treating pimples. Furthermore, lemon juice is known for tightening pores and removing dead skin skills, leaving your face brightened and new. Remember: what’s good for your inside is good for your outside, too. Yogurt and honey act as antibiotics, so why not make a little extra for a healthy smoothie later on.

Papaya Face Masks

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Another way to brighten skin is through papaya. Papaya is rich in antioxidants, therefore it contains enzymes that break down old skin, leaving you with a glowing complexion. This one is more suited for aging skin, looking to add radiance and youth. It’s never too early to start saving your skin!

Brown Sugar Face Scrub

diy brown sugar scrub face masks from your kitchen
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If you’re looking for a simple scrub, then here it is. Mix together brown sugar and virgin olive oil, and apply it all over your face as an exfoliate. After washing it off, you’ll be left with baby-soft skin and a more fresh face than ever. Only complete this once daily so your skin doesn’t dry out from its natural oils!

Chocolate Face Masks

diy chocolate face masks from your kitchen
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Chocolate can work wonders for your mood and cravings, so why not have an excuse to rub it all over your face? Cocoa contains antioxidants that helps protect your skin from environmental stressors and reduce aging, while also helping with the production of collagen. Add honey and yogurt for extra hydration, and be left with the sweetest face out there.  Ground coffee can be applied as well to help reduce swelling and puffiness you may have.

Face Masks For Rosacea

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For those of you with rosy cheeks, we’ve got your rosacea covered! Redness can quickly be reduced by combining yogurt, apple cider vinegar, honey, and green tea. The vinegar helps stabilize the pH of your skin, while the other additions help moisturize. Oatmeal is also added to lessen the irritation.

Which delicious face masks from your kitchen are you going to try? Let us know by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana_NY, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs!



Gina Gargiulo

Marketing Assistant

Gina Gargiulo is an aspiring writer and alumni of the Fashion Institute of Technology. She enjoys that she can take her life-long passions of fashion and beauty and combine it with another love of hers, writing. She has many high dreams she's determined to achieve, while hoping to influence others along the way.

  1. I’m definitely going to use this. Face mask can become so expensive. I’ve used some that have burned my face I use charcoal now but reading this i should definitely do the one for oily skin!

  2. So unique but true! One of my favorites is the Brown Sugar Face scrub. It will not only remove the impurities off your face but also brighten up the skin. Great work!

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