3 More DIY Skin Treatments To Try At Home

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Laser Smooth Company_3 More DIY Skin Treatments To Try At Home

This year could be your best year yet, so start it off right with more consideration paid to your self-care, without straining your 2018 budget. Skincare fanatics like us love simple DIY facial treatments you can create at home. You can get amazing skin care results with ingredients in your own pantry, in fact, here are our favorite 3 DIY masks to start off the new year.

The Hydrating Avocado Mask (From Self Magazine)

1/2 ripe avocado

1 teaspoon plain organic yogurt

1 teaspoon of honey

Rehydrate dull winter skin with this easy mix of everyday kitchen ingredients. Luxuriously fatty avocado hydrates skin and locks in moisture while antibacterial honey fights acne. Yogurt delivers skin brightening lactic acid.

 

Cocoa Dream Hydration Mask (From Marie Claire)

1/2  large avocado.

1 tablespoon cocoa powder

1 tablespoon honey.

Wear this golden facial treatment for no less than 10 minutes and then rinse with warm water. Aside from hydrating avocado, cocoa powder refines and pores and honey soothes aggravated skin. Bonus: this mask will leave your skin ever so lightly bronzed.

 

The Pore-Obliterating Egg White Mask (From Self Magazine)

1 egg whites

1 teaspoon of orange juice

1/2 teaspoon of turmeric powder

Albumen (a.k.a. egg white) tightens and tones oily skin while orange juice brightens and gently exfoliates. Turmeric fights inflammation and can also help with hyperpigmentation, but use caution—it stains easily.

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Image source: The Hydrating Avocado Mask, SELF on Pinterest

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