6 Amazing Foods you Can Use for DIY Face Masks

Our face is (hopefully!) the first thing people see when we meet and this is why it’s important to take good care of the skin. Today it’s easy to cover up each flaw, but remember that “filters are great, but great skin is better”. To help you take good care of your facial skin, we would suggest you try to not eat these foods but to use them as a face mask instead:
  1. Coconut oil
Being super popular today, coconut oil can have amazing hydrating and regenerating properties. Well, it’s because it’s rich in antioxidants! Hey, it may also act as an anti-fungal source, so here’s another pro in the list. When applied on the face as a mask, the oil will most likely make your skin soft, elastic and very much hydrated.
  1. Honey
No matter how sticky it is, honey might have moistening effects over the skin. What’s more, it’s also considered to be antibacterial, which means less acne for the problematic skin. Let’s not forget that honey is also a great choice for those of you who want to slow down the aging process! Any volunteers?! Read this article to get an inspiration about some DIY honey face masks!
  1. Turmeric
This spice is said to have anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antioxidant properties. In other words, everything that’s “anti”, it goes to turmeric’s effects on the body! Once you ‘cook’ yourself a face mask, you will help your skin recover from scars and other signs that time has sealed on it. Sounds acceptable, huh!?
  1. Yoghurt
High in calcium, proteins and probiotics, yoghurt with its amazing lactic acid can act as an exfoliating agent. This fact definitely makes it the perfect ‘food’ for your facial skin. You will fall in love with the homemade yoghurt face mask in no time, because it makes the skin so bright and soft! You just gotta try it!
  1. Cinnamon
The flavorful spice that we all adore is an amazing addition to your DIY mask! Cinnamon is rich in antioxidants and this way it may stimulate the natural collagen synthesis within the skin cells. So, cinnamon face masks can be good for eliminating dead cells and rejuvenating of the skin.
  1. Cocoa powder
The unique nature of cocoa brings along the benefits of using the powder in our everyday life. Cocoa is another type of food that specialists claim to be an antioxidant bomb. Therefore, a quick homemade mask with some cocoa powder might protect your skin from the damage that free radicals tend to do. Plus, because of its roughish texture, it’s also appropriate for body scrubs. DIY face mask How often do you take care of your facial skin? Let’s discuss in the comments! Anise: 4 Ways the Herb can Slow Down Ageing Energy Boosters: Top 8 Foods that will „Fuel” your Day 4 Red Wine Beauty Tricks you Can Do at Home Today (+Bonus: Hair Recipes)


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