DIY Face Masks For Your Winter Skin

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Face masks are the first thing talked about when it comes to self care, but not everyone always has the money to keep buying new face masks. Don’t panic about your skin with these DIY, self care face masks.

Many things happen during winter, such as dry skin. These two face masks help keep your skin moisturized to prevent excessive oils and flakey skin.

Hydrate

Dehydrated skin often makes the skin on a face very oily. The skin feels like it needs to produce excess oil in order to hydrate, which is not ideal for many people.

Remember to always wash your face with lukewarm water before applying a mask!

Smash one ripe banana in a bowl

Add 2 Tbsp Organic Honey

Add 1 Tsp Orange Juice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mix all of the ingredients together for a thick, liquid-y mask (Yes, it’s going to look a little gross)

Apply face mask to the T-zone

Wash off after 20 minutes

Dry skin

When the weather gets cold and dry, like in most winter days, the skin can also become dry resulting in flakiness, itchiness and wrinkles. Using too much heat in the winter generally sucks the moisture out of the air and your skin. Moisturizing is really important, dry skin is could lead to worse symptoms such as eczema or dermatitis.

Here’s what you’ll need to do

Smash 2 bananas in a bowl

Add 1 Tbsp Raw Honey

Add ¼ cup plain yogurt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mix all of the ingredients together for a thick, liquid-y substance

Leave on for 20 minutes or until the mask completely dries

Wash with warm water

Taking care of your skin is important, so try not to forget it and have fun with making the diy self care face masks.