15 best homemade face masks

the best homemade masks

The face is our calling card, and the secret to build the stand is not to be perfect proportions or use a lot of makeup, just the opposite, You should seek to nurture, protect and balance the skin to look radiant, youthful and healthy and this is achieved with homemade face masks that will give you the opportunity to renew your face.

No need to invest a small fortune to make the skin is healthy, it can take advantage of various masks that exist, such as hair masks for the face, acne, among other homemade masks that can leverage towards your beauty and health of the skin on your face. The best ingredients are stored in your pantry. Discover them with these recipes for homemade masks.

Knowing your skin to know what is the ideal homemade mask

First wash your face with a mild soap. You can use glycerin soap or a foaming cleanser specially formulated for the skin of your face. Removes any remaining makeup. Dry gently without rubbing or make pressure using a soft cloth and wait an hour. Do not touch your face. After this, stand in front of a mirror with good lighting. Take a tissue paper and press gently on your skin. Feel your face. If you feel the soft skin without discomfort or anything, and pass the tissue is clean and dry; it is likely that you have normal skin.

If you feel the taut skin, you look scaly and reddened areas and the tissue is clean, you have Dry Skin. But if otherwise, the paper looks oily to pass by your face and you're prone to acne, you have oily skin. Should you feel dry or normal in some sections face, but passing the tissue through the nose, chin and forehead full of fat, you have the mixed skin. This type of skin usually prone to hormonal acne.

You should also keep in mind the problems you want to attack with these masks: blackheads, whiteheads, cystic acne, reddening, among others. Also, if you have had allergic reactions to some cosmetics, regardless of whether they were bases, shadows, lipsticks, soaps or cleansers; this may indicate an allergy to any particular component and must be careful what you put on your skin. Remember that your face is even more delicate.

Before applying any homemade mask

You just choose the recipe for homemade mask that fits your needs, it is important to do a test before applying to your face. The point where you will apply a small amount will depend on what you want to know. If you are not sure if any homemade mask will do you good, try first arm. After that, you'll move on to other areas closer to your face.

If you want to know if you're allergic, apply behind the ear. If you want to test whether irritate your skin, try a small spot on the area that you consider sensitive. If you want to know if an ingredient clog your pores or worsen your acne, try a minimal amount in the area where you usually have outbreaks. In all cases, wait several hours to make sure you will not run any risk. It is worth remind you that if you are allergic to any food, you should not use it as an ingredient for your mask.

What you should avoid when making homemade masks

application of homemade mask

While it is true that we could do "homemade masks" with almost any ingredient possible in your pantry, you should know that many ingredients are completely natural but can damage your skin and you should avoid them at all costs. For example, some people swear on the effectiveness of baking soda to clean or exfoliate the skin and vinegar to tone; but this is counterproductive and dangerous, as evidenced by several studies.

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Bicarbonate has a pH of 9, making it excessively alkaline skin having a pH of 4.5 to 5. Moreover, white vinegar has a pH of 2.4 to 3.4, making it very acidic. The result of using these ingredients is dry, remove the beneficial bacterial flora that lives on the skin and you also risks a chemical burn that can leave you with scars.

The apple cider vinegar and lemon juice should be used on skins that are not sensitive and have no injuries. While the PH apple vinegar is roughly similar to skin (4.5), in these cases it may irritate the skin. Lemon also appears frequently, but is very acidic pH (2.4 to 2.6) and can cause spots on the face if you expose yourself to the sun.

The homemade masks should respond directly to your needs and skin type. In all cases, it is important to moisturize, nourish and tone; but the intensity of these actions will depend on skin type. Even if you have oily skin, you need to moisturize, it is possible to have acne and a bright face but can still be dehydrated.

The best homemade masks

You can also have acne breakouts despite having dry skin. This usually occurs when using products or masks that eliminate aggressively moisture barrier of the skin, or when they have occlusive agents (ie, that clog your pores) which allow grease to accumulate and cause fill sebum the pores, causing pimples. The good news is that most homemade masks, unlike many chemicals, usually soft and delicate with your skin.

More masks used for dry skin

Uses yogurt for face masks

1. Mask bananas, honey and glycerin

It takes a rather mature and Machacala banana with a fork. slowly it incorporates two teaspoons of honey bees natural and two tablespoons of liquid glycerin (you can get in pharmacies and pastry shops). Placed over the face, leave for 20 minutes and washed with cold water.

2. Mask avocado and almond oil

Use medium ripe avocado, crush it with a fork and add two teaspoons of almond oil. You can substitute almonds mineral oil (baby oil) oil, it is an excellent non-occlusive hidrantante. Apply it all over the "face" and leave for 20 minutes. Remove with warm water.

3. Mask coconut oil and olive

Mix two tablespoons of extra virgin coconut oil with a tablespoon of olive oil. Spread over the face and let stand for 20 minutes. Remove with warm water. This mask moisturizes and gently cleanses the pores.

Masks for all skin types

Bentonite face mask

4. Mask of papaya

Cut a slice of papaya (papaya, papaya), remove the seeds and pulp. Gently rub papaya skin on your face, focusing on the lines around the eyes and mouth. Let dry for 20 minutes and rinse with warm water. Enzymes of this fruit helps repair the damage done by the sun, moisturizes expression lines and diminishing them will make your skin look radiant.

5. Mask Aloe vera

Mix half a teaspoon of almond milk with a teaspoon of brown sugar until sugar dissolves slightly. Add four tablespoons (approximately) of juice or aloe vera gel, if possible freshly cut plant. Spread on your face, leave on for 15 to 20 minutes and remove it with warm water and a soft towel. Antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and moisturizing properties of aloe provide shine, softness and radiance to your skin.

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6. Mask honey and apple vinegar

Mix two tablespoons of honey with a quarter teaspoon of apple cider vinegar. Place it on the skin and leave for 20 minutes. Removed with warm water and then rinsed with cold water. It will heal, hydrate and balance the PH of your skin.

Masks for oily skin

7. Mask yogurt and apple cider vinegar

It combines two tablespoons of plain yogurt, sugar or fruit, a quarter teaspoon of apple cider vinegar (you can change white or wine vinegar). Applied to the face and left to act for 20 to 30 minutes. Wash with warm water and ends with a cold water rinse.

8. Mask of watermelon

Take a slice of watermelon, remove the pulp and seeds. You should just stay the whites adhered to the skin. Press the skin on the skin of your face and let it dry for 20 minutes. Remove with cold water. Watermelon works as a natural tonic.

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homemade masks with lemon and banana

9. Oatmeal Mask

A half cup (not boiling) hot water add 1/3 cup rolled oats. Let stand and then added two tablespoons of plain yogurt with no sugar, two tablespoons of honey and one egg white. Mix and spread over your face a thin layer. Déjala for 15 minutes and rinse with cold water.

10. Revitalizing Mask of yogurt

Mix a spoonful of Greek yogurt with half a teaspoon of orange juice and a tablespoon of pulp or aloe vera gel. Leave the mixture on your face for 20 minutes and rinse with warm water.
11. Mask I: preparing a green tea infusion or camomile, placed inside two slices of cucumber and let cool. Cleanse the face as accustom and then moistens several cotton balls in the mixture. Place the wet spots on the face, including the eyelids, and leave for 15 minutes. This mask tones and desinflama.

homemade masks to cleanse pores and remove blackheads:

12. Mask natural oils

paradoxically, it is possible to deeply cleanse the skin and remove blackheads using natural oils. The oil dissolves sebum solidified and trapped in the pores of the skin, which then can be removed easily. To make this mask, you must first moisten your skin with warm water and then applied directly mineral oil (baby oil if you are not allergic to fragrances). You can mix with almond or jojoba oil for dry skin, hemp oil or oily skin. Let stand five minutes and then massage for two or three minutes. Removed with a damp towel in warm water.

Masks to exfoliate the face:

14. Aspirin mask

Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) is an excellent exfoliant for the skin, but you should avoid if you are allergic to this medicine. Shreds one baby aspirin and mixed with three tablespoons of honey. Spread over the face and let stand 7 minutes. Remove with warm water and a soft cloth, circular massaging. Rinse with cold water.

fifteen. Strawberry mask

Much softer than the above mask, strawberries are natural source of salicylic acid. Shreds three medium strawberries and mix with a teaspoon of plain yogurt. Placed over the face, let stand 15 to 20 minutes and remove with warm water and a soft towel.

Writing: Life Team Lúcida
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