By Salma Khattab
The past few months people started talking about their daily skin routines a lot, and I believe that we all need to know that good skin is not only because of someone’s DNA, but, the routine you created to take care of your skin playes a huge role.
Forget about the overpriced products, as now you can make your own skincare routine from your own kitchen pantry! Using all-natural ingredients, trust me it’s even better than the chemical ones.
Here are some natural face-masks that I personally use.
Purify skin and removes impurities
1 Spoon Coffee
1 Spoon Honey
1/4 Spoon Lemon
All you need to do is just mix coffee with honey, then a little squeeze of lemon that would be about 1/4 spoon, or you can also use lemon juice instead. Mix these ingredients together, once you find the texture is somehow sticky, you apply it on your face for about 20 minutes. It’d purify your skin and kill off all the bad bacteria.
Moisturize and clean up the skin
1/2 cup yogurt
2 small spoons honey
Mix the yogurt and honey together. This will mostly go well with the dry skin. But, if your skin is oily, just add 1/4 spoon of lemon because it’s an acidic, it’ll absorb the oil from your skin. Leave the mixture for about 20 minutes and then rinse it. This will moisturize your skin and clean it up.
Plumping the face
1 Spoon Cinnamon
1 Spoon Honey
Blend the two ingrediants together and then apply the mixture on your skin. It will plump up your face, especially your lips. This is because honey is a moisturizing agent and cinnamon is an antibacterial agent that kills bad bacteria and helps fight acne.
For the under-eye
1 Spoon of Sweet Almond Oil
1 Spoon of Coffee
Just mix them together and then apply it under your eyes for 15 to 20 minutes. This will help decrease the puffiness and the dark circles.
To remove dead skin and acne scars
2 pumps of Aloe Vera oil
1 teaspoon of sugar
1 teaspoon olive oil
To remove the dead skin and resolve the acne scar issues, then I recommend this mix for you! It’ll keep your skin moisturized and all brightened up. All you need to do is first massage your face for around three minutes and then leave it for 15 to 20 minutes.
1/2 teaspoon coffee
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon coconut or olive oil
A pinch of Vaseline
With these all mixed together, scrub your lips, oh don’t forget the dry lips. All the magic is in Rose Water, and don’t forget to spray your face with it; it has many benefits; it moisturizes your skin, cleans the pores, lightens up your skin, and treats those annoying fine lines and wrinkles.