Homemade Fruit Moisturizing Face Masks Recipes
Moisturizing masks improve skin hydration and help skin retain its natural moisture.
People with dry, wrinkled and “combination” skin types should use them. During the winter, every skin needs moisturizing mask, which helps retainits natural moistureand increase the absorption of water.
The loss of moisture is one of the main causes of skin aging.
Those masks are also great after sun tanning which can dried out your skin. Before applying any mask, wash your face and make sure that the dirt and chemicals are removed from the pores.
Note: Only homemade fruit facial masks are 100% natural, pure eko and rich in vitamins.
They are also chemical-free, inexpensive and effective! They are natural and so much better than chemical masks from shops. Just be natural and have fun making them at home and let Mother Nature take care of your beauty!
Homemade Fruit Face Masks Recipes
1. Kiwi Face Mask Recipe
Peel one kiwi fruit and cut into slices. Put on the face and neck avoiding the eyes. After 10 min. remove and wash face off with toner.
2. Grape Face Mask Recipe
A dozen washed grapes mash with a fork. Then, apply the mixture to face and neck. After 15 minutes wipe the mask off with a clean tissue and rinse the skin with toner.
3. Strawberry Face Mask Recipe
In a bowl mash 6 strawberries with a fork until smooth. Add in 4 tablespoons of cottage cheese or Greek yogurt and a teaspoon of olive oil and mix the ingrediants together. Gently apply to your face, avoiding the eye area. Leave the mask for 15 minutes. Wash off with lukewarm water.
4. Mango Face Mask Recipe
This exotic fruit is rarely used in cosmetics. Its price is relatively high compared to other fruits, but once in a while we can treat our selfs to a little bit of luxury. Mix mashed mango pulp with sour cream.
Apply the mixture on your clean face and neck and leave for half an hour. This treatment will hydrate and relax your skin.