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Face Masks and Beauty Products You Can Make at Home

During these incredibly tough times when we’re all stuck indoors, it’s important to keep busy and stay healthy. So why don’t we all share our favorite DIY beauty recipe? It can be a face mask, a homemade moisturizer or lotion, fun tips and tricks, whatever it may be! Let us know what at home beauty rituals you swear by!

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Awesome idea!! We all need to keep each other entertained now, so making your own beauty products is a really cool and inexpensive way to keep busy and learn a thing or two!

My favorite go-to make is an Indian healing clay mixed with ACV. Yes, you have to buy the Indian clay but it’s super cheap and will last forever. I use it every other day and my skin has never been healthier.

I’ve been finding myself with so much time on my hands these days…I hope everyone’s staying safe and home! but yaaa totally this is a great idea especially since I LOVE making my own beauty products! I can’t wait to see what everyone shares :smiley:

Here are a few of my go-to face masks. They’re very quick and simple, and although not fancy, they do serve their purpose!

#1. Egg white mask

I’ll whip up an egg white and apply it to my face using a brush. It tightens the skin, shrinks pores, and exfoliates. Leaves skin really soft after only like 5 mins!

#2. Honey

If you have all natural, organic honey, apply it to clean skin and lay back while the honey fights bacteria and exfoliates. This is great for anyone who has acne prone skin!

#3. Tomato face pack

This is a super quick mask! All you have to do is cut a tomato slice and rub it onto your skin. I usually leave it on for like an hour because I don’t even feel it and it doesn’t bother me. It’s supposed to help lighten dark spots and scars.



Here’s a 12 mask compilation, with my fave being the peel off mask!


For me, my fave face mask is a strawberry and honey mask. It’s really great for acne and oily prone skin, plus it smells amazing!

I just add a few strawberries and a little bit of honey to a food processor until it forms into a paste and just slather it onto my face. Leave on for like 20 minutes and wash the mask off.

It’ll leave your skin silky soft and if you use it 2-3 times a week, can prevent breakouts and oiliness!

We’ve just made a list of the absolute best at home remedies for hair growth and thickness. If anyone is bored in the house and has a couple of simple ingredients on hand, these hair masks are perfect!