Best Summer DIY Facial Masks

It’s quite natural to change your beauty routine as you make a transition from one season to another. Thus if in fall you have to nourish your skin a lot, summer skin care is all about moisturizing, exfoliating, clarifying and soothing your face. And since nothing can compete with homemade facials in this case, we present you the best summer DIY facial masks that will help you get a radiant complexion even in strong humidity and heat! Check them out and try the one that matches your skin type!

Best Summer DIY Facial Masks

DIY Facial Mask for Skin Hydration

If you want to firm your skin and hydrate it to the max, getting an enviable glow on your face, this DIY facial mask is for you! It features honey, which is a stunning natural hydrator, as well as heavy cream that comes to mildly exfoliate your skin. Using this facial throughout your life, you are sure to always have a youthful, radiant face!

How to: Take a vitamin E capsule and drain its contents into a small bowl. Add 1 tbsp. honey and 2 tbsp. heavy cream to this and mix the three ingredients well until you get a smooth paste. Apply your DIY facial and wait for 15-20 minutes. Then, rinse it off with warm water.

DIY Facial Mask for Exfoliating Skin

Clogged skin pores are the biggest problems in summer, when it comes to skin care. This is because of the humidity, heat, the dirt and the makeup meltdowns that kill the juvenility of your face. For this you need a facial mask to exfoliate your skin and clean the clogged pores. This facial is composed of pumpkin that struggles against skin breakdowns, vinegar and rose water, which soothes the skin and gives a healthy glow to it.

How to: Mix 4 tbsp. canned pumpkin with 3 tbsp. apple cider vinegar and 1,5 tbsp. rose water together. Apply the mixture to your face and wait for 15-20 minutes. Wash it off with warm water.

Best Summer DIY Facial Masks

DIY Facial Mask for Sensitive, Dry Skin

Have you noticed that women living in northern countries have more youthful and fresh skin? This is because they hardly see the sun, which causes lots of damage to the skin in summer, causing premature aging. That’s the reason why in summer you have to hydrate your skin more than ever! The task is even more urgent if you have sensitive, dry skin. This DIY facial features avocado, which lessens the skin redness and banana that nourishes your face.

How to: Take half an avocado and half a banana, both mashed and mix them together. You should get a creamy paste. Put the mixture in the refrigerator for about an hour, then take it out and apply it all over your face. After waiting for some 20 minutes, rinse it off with warm water.

Take these easy summer makeup tips and tricks into account and get a healthy glow on your face regardless of the unbearable heat outside!

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