10 All Natural Face Masks You Can Make at Home

10 All Natural Face Masks You Can Make at Home

Face masks are a great way to keep your skin in check. A good mask can keep blemishes at bay and help heal already damaged skin. Store bought masks can be needlessly expensive and full of chemicals that harm you in the long run, but these all natural masks, full of fresh ingredients right from your own kitchen, will have your skin healthy and glowing in no time!

Oatmeal Rose Face Mask

Full of rolled oats, dried rose petals, and water, this fresh mask cleans, softens, and moisturizes the skin in under 15 minutes.

Find the recipe at Kale & Caramel

Banana & Honey Face Mask

Fresh banana, raw honey, and cinnamon combine to soften and bring life into damaged skin.

Find the recipe at Sincerely Kinsey

Avocado Face Mask

This simple moisturizing mask only contains fresh avocado and olive oil

Find the recipe at Pioneer Settler

Clay Face Mask

European clay and jojoba oil cleanse and purify the skin even more with every use.

Find the recipe at A Pumpkin and a Princess

Turmeric Face Mask

Full of turmeric, milk, and flour, this thick mask will leave your skin bright and beautiful.

Find the recipe at Hello Glow

Oatmeal Oil Buster Face Mask

This oil fighting and cleansing mask uses honey and lemon juice to get the job done.

Find the recipe at Savvy Naturalista

Strawberry Face Mask

The ripe strawberries and plain yogurt exfoliate and fight acne in this easy going mask.

Find the recipe at The Wonder Forest

Dark Chocolate Face Mask

Dark chocolate, oats, and honey work to increase blood flow and hydrate the skin in this tasty mask.

Find the recipe at Zaaina Skincare

Bentonite Clay & Apple Cider Vinegar Face Mask

This heavy duty mask works hard to draw impurities out of the skin.

Find the recipe at Dear Crissy

Pineapple Papaya Face Mask

Full of fresh fruit and honey, this tropical mask exfoliates the skin and reduces skin discoloration.

Find the recipe at Hello Glow