Avocado Face Masks That Actually Work

Avocado Face Masks That Actually Works.

    What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about the beauty of your skin? Maybe a long list of cosmetics? Instead of buying lots of products from the drugstore, take a look in your kitchen! Learn how to make homemade masks using natural ingredients. Avocado face masks actually work for many types of skin! 

    Avocado is one of the bests foods for your skin and your overall health. This creamy fruit has a lot of healthy fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants that can improve your skin from the inside. Also, the great part is that you can use it to nourish your skin on the outside.

    Avocado face masks protect your skin from the environmental damage that leads to fine lines, wrinkles and other visible signs of aging.

    A diet high in avocado is good for your skin, and particularly for your face, thanks to its fatty acids which moisturize and soften your skin cells. For more skin benefits, make yourself at home some avocado face masks using natural ingredients.

    3 avocado face masks

    1.Avocado and honey mask: hydrating

    All the avocado face masks are better if you add some honey. That’s the reason the simplest homemade face masks have only those two ingredients: avocado and honey. Both are natural moisturizers for your skin.

    Choose one fully ripe fresh avocado and mash it until it becomes creamy. Add one tablespoon of honey and mix them together until you make a smooth paste.

    Remove your makeup and wash your face with warm water. Apply this homemade face mask on your skin and leave it on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse off the mixture with lukewarm water and pat dry your face with a soft towel.

    This mask is perfect if you have dry skin!

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    Avocado and honey are natural moisturizers for your skin.

    2.Avocado and cucumber mask: refreshing

    You can make some avocado face masks for almost all skin types. This one is a great remedy for acne. It’s also has a refreshing effect on your face on hot summer days.

    Mash the pulp of one ripe avocado using a fork. Grate one small cucumber and squeeze it. Mix the avocado with two tablespoons of cucumber juice, to make a soft paste. Apply the avocado and cucumber mask all over your face, avoiding the eyes. If you want, you can place two cucumber slices over your eyes. Relax for 10 to 15 minutes with the mask on, then remove it using lukewarm water.

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    Use one ripe avocado and one small cucumber to make a face mask. Aloe is optional.

    3.Avocado and oatmeal mask: healing

    If your skin is dry or itchy, you can try homemade avocado face masks. As we were saying, avocado is full of natural oils that will hydrate and moisturize the dry skin naturally. But did you know that oatmeal heal, soothe, and relieve itching?

    Put one cup of water in a saucepan and bring it to a boil. Add 1-2 tablespoons of oatmeal in the hot water, reduce heat and simmer, uncovered, for 1 minute, stirring occasionally. Strain the water and let the oatmeal cool.

    Blend the pulp of half avocado with cooked oatmeal in a bowl. Apply this mask on your clean face and leave it on until it dries. It should take around 15 to 20 minutes. Wash off your face. This is one of those avocado face masks that heals and helps in restoring damaged skin.

    Keep the avocado face masks in your fridge during the summer to cool off your face to perfection.

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    Oatmeal heal, soothe, and relieve itchy skin.

     

     

    I’m Raluca and I just peeled a peach before eating it, and I swear it tasted like the nectar of the gods. When it comes to cooking, I only have one rule: do whatever it takes to turn the whole thing into an enjoyable experience. When I was a little girl, I dreamed of cooking for sailors. Not because I loved food, but because I was madly in love with my godfather, who worked on a ship. But, as they say, love lasts three years, and I took a different path: I became a journalist who enjoys food, traveling, and hiking in nature. I usually cook for myself and my daughter, but my favorite meal is the one I'm having on a mountain peak, even if it's just a sandwich and a piece of chocolate.

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