2 tricks to hydrate and exfoliate your skin with homemade masks

2 tricks to hydrate and exfoliate your skin with homemade natural masks

You don't have to leave the house to take care of your skin with absolutely natural and economical products. In fact, all you have to do is take a trip from the bathroom to the kitchen and back.

Natural exfoliation masks

Exfoliate your skin with homemade natural masks 

1 Honey and almonds

With a soup spoon of honey and two almonds you will get a perfect natural exfoliant. Crush the almonds until they are powdered and mix with a spoonful of honey and a small amount of lemon juice. You should apply it on your face and let it act for a quarter of an hour. Then remove it with warm water and you will notice the difference.

2. Oatmeal

You need half a cup of oats, two tablespoons of milk, a little lemon juice and a few drops of chamomile. Mix everything well and let it act on your face fifteen minutes before cleaning your skin with warm water.

3. Sugar and oil

With a spoonful of sugar, a splash of olive oil and ten drops of lemon, obtain a paste that you can massage and spread on your face. Remove it with warm water

Natural masks for hydration

Hydrate your skin with homemade fruits masks

1 Cucumber

Whether the problem is dryness in your face or sunstroke, this vegetable will help soothe your face and return it to its original state. Peel and grind a cucumber and spread it on your skin for a quarter of an hour. Remove it with cold water and you will notice the difference.

2. Strawberries and honey

Crush some strawberries and mix them with honey until you get a paste that you can apply on your skin. Leave it on your face for twenty minutes and then remove it with cold water. You'll notice your face is instantly more hydrated.

3. Banana and papaya

Use half a banana and a piece of crushed papaya to make the cream. Leave it on for fifteen minutes and you will feel your skin softer and more hydrated.

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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