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Homemade Hydrating Face Mask Recipes

Updated on June 12, 2013
Homemade Hydrating Face Masks
Homemade Hydrating Face Masks | Source

Sometimes due to harsh winds our skin becomes rough and dry, this is not just the case in chilly winters but even in summers when the skin appears dull and lose out. So I just felt why not do a post on hydrating face masks which will keep your skin soft and smooth and also prevent dryness and itching too. So, ust read on to know some of the easiest and most refreshing facials masks which you will love to apply on your skin.

Hydrating face masks are important

especially for those with dry skin.

The benefits of using these masks is that they

make your skin look refreshing, bright and radiant.

In a way they act as the perfect nourisher and moisturizer for your skin. So, just don’t ignore them as they help in regaining back the lost moisture.

Egg and Honey Facial Masks
Egg and Honey Facial Masks | Source

Hydrating Face Mask with Egg and Honey

What you will need:

1 egg

¼ tbsp of coconut oil

1 tbsp of honey


In a bowl beat egg finely. Now to this add coconut oil and honey and once more beat it to make a fine paste. You can keep this pack in an airtight container also and let it be refrigerated for the whole night. In the morning simply apply it on your face and neck. Leave it for 20 minutes and then wash off. Your skin will feel hydrated owing to the presence of honey and coconut oil.

Avocado and Olive Oil Hydrating Facial Mask
Avocado and Olive Oil Hydrating Facial Mask

Hydrating Face Mask with Olive Oil and Avocado

Avocado is known to be one of the best hydrating fruits for your skin. It contains vitamin E, essential fatty acids like omega 6 and omega 9.

While olive oil is known for their therapeutic benefits. In order to make a fine paste do the following:

What you Need:

3 tbsp of olive oil

1 egg white

1 tbsp of apple cider vinegar

1 avocado


Just peel off the avocado skin and mash it into a fine paste. Also add vinegar and olive oil to it. In another bowl take egg white and beat it well. Now mix to it the avocado and olive oil paste already made. Mix all the ingredients together and blend well. Apply it on your face and neck covering it evenly and then leave for around half an hour. Wash off with lukewarm water.

Banana and Peach Facial Mask
Banana and Peach Facial Mask | Source

Hydrating Banana and Peach Face Mask for Dry Skin

Bananas are known for their moisturizing properties thus they can be considered as one of the best for those with dry and dull skin tones. They are super soft and make your skin smooth too. On the other hand, peaches help to remove excessive oil from the skin which might lead to acne in dry skin.

What you need:

2 bananas

2 tbsp of honey

2 peeled peaches


Take a bowl and mash the bananas and add to it honey and peaches. Make sure you get a fine paste. Now apply it on your face and neck and leave for 15 minutes, rinse with warm water.

honey and oatmeal face mask
honey and oatmeal face mask | Source

Hydrating Face Mask with Honey and Oatmeal

Honey and oatmeal face mask is known as a nourishing face mask which makes your skin glowing and supple too. Oats are known for their anti-acne properties, help in removing blackheads and make the skin clean and clear. On the other hand honey is known as a natural nourishing agent as it helps to retain the moisture onto the skin.

What you will need:

3 tbsp of dried oats

1 tbsp of honey

1 tbsp of milk.


Take blender and add to it dried oats, honey and milk and blend well into a fine paste. Let the mask remain on your face for 15 minutes then wash off. You can apply a moisturizing cream after face mask. You will see your skin getting soft and glowing.

chocolate facial mask
chocolate facial mask | Source

Hydrating Face Mask with Chocolate

If you feel your skin needs little pampering and toning then this face mask will surely give you the best.

What you need:

½ ripe avocado

10 almonds

¼ cup water

1 tbsp of cacao powder


Put all the ingredients together in a blender and blend them finely. Make sure you have a thick paste or else it will drip down your face. Now clean your face and massage this paste on your face gently and leave on. Leave for 20 minutes and then rinse.

Hope you all liked these refreshing and easy to apply hydrating face masks recipes for your skin. These are simple to use and have manifold benefits too. I would really be happy if you could please share this post with your friends on any of these: pinterest, googleplus, twitter, facebook.


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    • Kristen Howe profile image

      Kristen Howe 

      4 years ago from Northeast Ohio

      My pleasure Younghopes. You're welcome.

    • younghopes profile imageAUTHOR

      Shadaan Alam 

      4 years ago from India

      Thanks so much Kristen for following me as well as for your comment.

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      Kristen Howe 

      4 years ago from Northeast Ohio

      Lovely hub with some creative homemade ideas. Voted up for useful!

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      4 years ago

      Really i l try this today.

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      4 years ago

      My skin is usually normal but because of the acne medicine I'm on it is really dry. Should I treat it as dry? I don't want to clog my pores and make my acne worse.

    • younghopes profile imageAUTHOR

      Shadaan Alam 

      5 years ago from India

      Yes Lilly

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      5 years ago

      is it good for hard skin

    • younghopes profile imageAUTHOR

      Shadaan Alam 

      6 years ago from India

      Thanks for liking it, do give it a try to would love to know how you feel

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      6 years ago

      Pretty Good , I'm gonna give it a try .

      FasatynHD xoxo !!

    • younghopes profile imageAUTHOR

      Shadaan Alam 

      6 years ago from India

      Thanks a lot

    • jabelufiroz profile image


      6 years ago from India

      Good article on hydrating face masks. Voted up.


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