12 Acne Face Mask Recipes for Glowing Skin

12 Acne Face Mask Recipes

We’ve compiled some recipes that use easy-to-find ingredients.

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1. Turmeric Acne Mask

Turmeric face mask is a natural antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, so it is good for calming irritated acne on the skin.

• Organic Apple Cider Vinegar

• 1/2 tsp organic turmeric powder

• 1 tbsp organic raw honey

• Milk

Dip a cotton swab in vinegar and apply it on your skin. Mix turmeric powder and honey and wait 5 minutes before applying the mask. Use the mask with clean hands to avoid eye contact.

After leaving the mask on for 15-20 minutes, wash it off with warm water. If the turmeric powder turns your skin yellow, use a cotton swab dipped in milk to wipe off the stain. This mask can be used twice a week.

2. Avocado and Lemon Spot Treatment Mask

Avocado stimulates the production of collagen, which helps cell renewal. Avocados also contain antioxidant fatty acids that provide hydration that won’t clog pores. Honey has antibacterial properties and lemon juice reduces pigmentation.

• 1 ripe avocado

• 1 tablespoon of raw honey

• half a lemon

Mash 1 ripe avocado until soft, add 1 tbsp honey and squeeze half a lemon. Mix well and use as a topical treatment or apply to the acne area. If you have sensitive skin, use less lemon or avoid it altogether. Leave it for 5-10 minutes.

A note of caution when using lemon juice: Although lemon has healing and moisturizing properties, it can make the skin sensitive to light. Because lemon is sensitive to light, it is recommended to use it at night. Wash your face thoroughly after use and prepare zinc oxide SPF 30+ sunscreen when you go out the next day.

3. Face Mask with Honey and Baking Soda

Combine antibacterial baking soda with exfoliating lemon juice and comforting honey to create a simple and effective anti-acne face mask.

• 1 teaspoon lemon

• 1 tablespoon honey

• 1 teaspoon of baking soda

Mix lemon juice, honey and baking soda in a small bowl. Mix well and apply to face and neck. Avoid eye contact (lemon juice and honey can sting). Do not rub into your skin, turn it into a scrub. After 15 minutes, remove the mask with lukewarm water and wash off with cold water.

Lemon peel is sensitive to light, so apply the mask at night as described in the first recipe, and be sure to use sunscreen when you go out the next day.

4. Apple Cider Vinegar and Clay Face Mask

Clay removes dirt from pores and apple cider vinegar gently exfoliates dead skin cells to improve acne.

• 1 tablespoon bentonite clay

• 1 probiotic capsule

• 2 tablespoons fresh apple cider vinegar

In a small bowl, mix the clay and probiotic powder. Add apple cider vinegar to make a paste. We recommend using more as needed for an even and effective distribution. Apply it all over the face with clean fingers and leave it on for 15 minutes. Wash with lukewarm water and use a moisturizer.

5. Charcoal and aloe mask

Charcoal absorbs more oil, while aloe has soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, making it ideal for any acne mask.

• 1 tablespoon of activated charcoal

• 1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel

• Add 1 drop of tea tree necessary oil

Combine the ingredients in a small bowl and blend with your fingers before applying to the skin. Apply the charcoal mixture around the face in circular motions for 1 minute and let the mask stay on the face for 10 to 15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.

6. Make a Garlic and Milk Mask

Garlic helps protect pores, kill acne-causing bacteria, and reduce inflammation. Applying garlic directly to the skin can sting, so dilute it with water, jojoba oil or aloe vera first. Jojoba hydrates without clogging pores, while whole lactic acid milk gently exfoliates.

• 1 piece of finely chopped garlic

• 1 teaspoon jojoba oil

• 2 tablespoons whole milk (you can use honey or aloe vera)

Mix garlic and jojoba oil in a small bowl. Then gradually add milk (or honey or aloe vera) until you get the right consistency. After 5-10 minutes of applying the mask, wash it off gently with lukewarm water.

 7. Probiotic Acne Mask

This mask soothes skin with the addition of cucumber, a natural anti-inflammatory and probiotic that supports the skin’s microbiome.

• 1/2 Cucumber Pulp

• 2 tbsp plain yogurt

• 1 probiotic capsule

Mix the ingredients in a small bowl and apply on clean face with clean hands. Avoid the eye area. Leave the mask on the skin for 15 minutes and then wash off with lukewarm water. Use toner and moisturizer.

8. Nutmeg Spot Treatment Mask

Our range of acne products can help reduce acne breakouts quickly without drying or stripping your skin.

• 1 aspirin

• a spoonful of nutmeg

• 1 tablespoon of plain yogurt

 Make a paste by mixing 1 puree of aspirin, 1/4 teaspoon of nutmeg and 1 teaspoon of curd and leave it in a bowl. Leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes, then rinse it off with lukewarm water.

9. Honey Spot Treatment Mask

Our favorite treat! Honey has many uses and it is very strong for acne. Applying honey directly on the scar not only kills bacteria, but also reduces swelling and redness. Leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes then wash off with lukewarm water.

10. Tea Tree Acne Mask

Tea tree is one of the best essential oils available for acne due to its natural anti-inflammatory properties.

• Two tsp of aloe vera gel

• 2 drops of tea tree oil

• 1 egg white

Fill a small bowl with the egg whites, then add the aloe vera and tea tree oil. Apply to the face with your fingertips or a face brush. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes. Aloe vera soothes the skin and the tea tree fights bacteria in the pores.

11. Cucumber mask for acne

Cucumber has whitening and anti-inflammatory properties, leaving skin soft and moisturized. This is a great mask if you suffer from acne. Going back to some recipes with ingredients similar to probiotic acne masks, this is a great alternative if probiotics are not readily available.

• 1 cucumber (peeled)

• 1 tablespoon organic Greek yogurt

Combine cucumbers (including seeds and skins!) and mix with yogurt. Apply to face and leave for 10 minutes, then rinse thoroughly. Even sensitive and inflamed skin is very stable with cold ingredients straight out of the refrigerator.

12. Deep Cleansing Blackhead Mask

Black spots are often mixed with acne and can also be a breeding ground for acne. This mask is codon-targeted and should be used once a week in the evening, as lemon juice can sensitize the skin. has exist). • 1 egg white

• 1/2 tablespoon of bentonite clay

• 1/4 tsp lemon juice

Whisk the egg whites until they are white, add the clay and lemon juice and mix well. This creates a paste that you apply to your T-zone or other areas with blackheads. Depending on the type of clay you are using, add 1/2 teaspoon of water if it is a bit thick.

If after 10 minutes your face is dry and cracked, wash with lukewarm water.

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