Natural Beauty: 5 Tips to Make Face Masks from Avocado

10 Nov

Face masks are a great way to cleanse pores, helping to eliminate acne, softens dry skin, facial skin or just relaxation.

Natural ingredients are the best for facial skin care. You can make your own natural face masks made from avocado.

Avocado mask is suitable for dry skin due to sun exposure.

Avocados naturally contain oils that can penetrate perfectly for dry skin care.

One of the essential mineral elements contained in avocados is potassium, which is known as a mineral that can be used to rejuvenate the skin and help children keep skin healthy and glowing.

Here are tips to make a face mask out of avocado in the house:

1. Mash the avocado with a fork until smooth in a small bowl.

2. Add 1 tablespoon of pure honey to the avocado that has been pounded before.

Honey coined the ability to kill bacteria and germs on the skin and can reduce swelling and inflammation. In addition, honey can make the skin look younger.

3. Add plain yogurt, stir until blended.

Yogurt is a natural and gentle cleanser that is widely used in skin care products.

Yogurt contains lactic acid that soothes and softens the skin as well as tighten the skin and cleanse the pores.

4. Peel cucumbers and slice two thin pieces to be used as the cover around your eyes. With the content of a soft natural astringent, cucumber is a perfect addition to avocado face mask.

As we know, cucumbers could cleanse, nourish, and moisturize the skin around the eyes and helps reduce dark circles under the eyes.

5. Wash your face gently with warm water, pat dry. Spread avocado mask to the face and neck, then place slices of cucumber over your eyes.

Allow the mask attached to the face and neck at least 15 minutes. After more than 15 minutes rinse your face and neck with warm water until all the mask lifted. Dry with a clean towel and dry.

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