In the hustle of a fast-paced life, we are rarely able to follow our skincare routines to a T. Add to that premature signs of ageing and wrinkles, and you know that your skin needs attention. Keeping all that in mind, there isn't a better time than now to give your skin the much-needed TLC.
Let’s begin with this: Did you know that apart from cleansing, toning and moisturizing, face masks too, play an important role in one's skincare routine? Face masks cater to various skin concerns, right from minimizing pores and controlling excess oil to giving your dry skin a boost of hydration and moisture. If radiant skin minus the pesky zits and stubborn dark spots is what you are looking for, face masks have got you covered. Here's looking at 5 highly effective DIY face masks that you can make at home.
Papaya and Honey Mask
For those experiencing hyperpigmentation, sunspots, and uneven skin tone, this mask work wonders.
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Pro tip: It can also be used to spot treat acne/pimples.
Yoghurt and Buttermilk Mask:
If you happen to be uncertain about the kind of face mask to try, we suggest this simple type that is apt for exfoliation. The ingredients can be easily found in your kitchen and are bound to leave your skin feeling supple.
Avocado, Cocoa & Honey Mask:
This wholesome mask contains three incredible ingredients which work wonders for your face— avocado, cocoa, and honey. Whilst cocoa serves as a skin-soothing ingredient, honey and avocado act as antibacterial and skin-hydrating components respectively.
Honey, Oatmeal, and Egg Mask:
This mask calms oily skin and helps absorb excess oil and sebum, all thanks to the magic mix of oatmeal and egg yolks.
Pick from this array of face masks that can be easily made at home and give way to healthy, supple skin.
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