Homemade Face Mask with Basic Kitchen Ingredients

Ladies, I love a good face mask.  Probably more than I should.

With my latest pregnancy, I have had the absolute worst breakouts which are entirely new as my previous two blessed me with immaculate skin.

While facemasks aren’t really helping my hormonal breakouts they are at least helping me soothe my skin, even out my skin tone and really just making me feel like I am doing something to help my skin.

Facemasks are also one of my go-to self-care activities.  Bonus, if my kids want to join in its totally an activity that I have no problem with them participating in with me.

Self-care with kids

I really love premade face masks because its low key, no mess and it’s ready whenever I am.  However, sometimes I get in the mood to mix one up and I head to the kitchen for my ingredients.  Surprisingly enough making your own face mask is pretty easy AND you probably have most of the ingredients you need on hand already.

Here is a roundup of some of the easiest face masks for you to make from basic ingredients you already have on hand!

Yogurt Face masks

Each of these has only 3 ingredients!!

Pumpkin Yogurt Face mask from Simplistically Living

Yogurt Face Mask with Cinnamon, Yogurt and Honey from Freebie Finding Mom

Chocolate Yogurt Facemask by The Beauty Nerd

Avocado Face Masks

Try not to eat all the avocado while you prepare your mask!  Avocado is good for your skin as it’s very moisturizing, full of vitamins and good fats.

Blackhead Fighting Facemask (with Avo) from Aviva Pure Beauty

Avocado Oatmeal Face Mask by Bella Tory

Avocado Banana Face Mask from Mama Mandolin

Honey Avocado Face Mask by Living Locurto

Honey Face Masks

Honey is great for breakouts due to its antibacterial, antimicrobial and antiseptic properties.

Oatmeal Honey Face mask by Dabbles and Babbles

Coconut Oil and Honey Face Mask by Mothers Niche

Raw Honey Face Mask from Living the Nourished Life

Now ladies, if you don’t have the ingredients to make at least one of these face masks you probably need to reassess your pantry staples!  Seriously though, get in your kitchen, mix up a mask and try to relax for 10-15 min while you let your face soak in all the natural goodness of a homemade mask.

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