Show less Dry skin can be itchy, rough, and irritated, but when the skin on your face is dry, it can be unsightly too. Using a facial mask is an ideal way to deliver intense moisture to the your face to soothe the skin -- and you don't even have to go out and buy an expensive option from the store.
Add hydration back into rough, dry skin with this moisturizing mask. And thanks to soothing ingredients, like honey and yogurt, your skin will feel incredibly soft and plump—if a little sticky. Just rinse well around the hairline.
But when it comes to masking, nothing beats a DIY concoction. Good thing there are plenty of skin-loving ingredients to be found in your kitchen. Read on for recipes you can DIY at home.
We get it. Enter, homemade face mask recipes that actually work. Grab your mixing bowl and try one of these homemade face mask recipes….
If you have combination skin, you probably have an oily T-Zone -- forehead, nose and chin -- combined with dry cheeks and jawline. While others may suffer from just one skin issue, you might be susceptible to mild acne, enlarged pores, dullness and dryness all at once, requiring you to target different parts of your skin with different treatments. Homemade face masks can be excellent ways to address combination skin, as they're made of natural, mild ingredients that often have multiple benefits for all areas of your face.
Is the stress starting to show on your face? One of the best ways to beat this is taking an hour out to focus on yourself and take care of your skin with a facial. One of the better ways to do it is at home, without worrying about shelling out some big bucks or getting an appointment at a good spa.
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Have you ever treated yourself to a facial? A good facial starts with cleansing your face gently. Then you steam and massage it to improve circulation and bring a healthy glow to your skin. Use a mask that works well with your skin type, and finish with toner and moisturizer.
We've barely had a chance to recover from the chaos of this past work week, and yet it's off to the races again tomorrow. Such is life, but trust: There's no better way to frighten away the Sunday Scaries than a little at-home facial. Especially when it feels almost as good as the real thing, thanks to a few choice tips we've picked up from the pros.