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How To Make Homemade Facial Masks.

Updated on April 16, 2017
facial mask
facial mask

Homemade Facial Masks

Homemade facial masks are very popular nowadays because of their natural properties. Most of the people prefer to use herbal skin masks instead of masks that are available in the market and contain very harmful and bleaching agents. They can temporarily make your skin glow and fresh but harmful if used daily because they take away you natural skin moisture.

cucumber facial mask
cucumber facial mask

Cucumber Facial Mask

Cucumber contains large amount of sulphur and silicon. It is beneficial if used in evening because it helps to reduce tiredness of skin and removes dirt.

How To make Cucumber Facial Mask

Take cucumber and cut it into small pieces. Add two teaspoons of powdered milk and one egg and beat the mixture.

Apply it on your face and neck and rinse when it becomes dry. Wash your face with cold water to close skin pores so that no more bacteria can enter into your skin.

Yeast facial mask
Yeast facial mask


Yeast Mask is Good For Dry Skin .People having oily skin are advised no to use yeast facial mask.

How To Make Homemade Facial Yeast Mask

Yeast facial mask is good for Humidity stricken faces.Take one teaspoon of yeast and mix it with small amount of yogurt and apply it on affected areas to reduce humidity. Leave it for fifteen minutes and then rinse it with warm water and after that wash your face with cold water.

This homemade facial yeast mask also contains wheatgerm and Vitamin E . It is also used to reduce wrinkles, blotching and aging .

Wheat Flour Facial Mask

Wheat flour mask is good for the people having normal or oily skin.Take wheat flour and add water to make a paste. Apply it on your face and neck and leave it for fifteen minutes and then rinse it with warm water.

wheat flour mask
wheat flour mask
pineapple mask
pineapple mask

Pineapple Facial Mask

Pineapple facial mask removes dead skin cells and it makes your skin shining and glowing.

Take pineapple juice and apply directly on your face and rinse it after fifteen minutes with warm water. You will feel instant glow on your face.

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