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There is nothing like taking a few minutes out of the day and relaxing with a nice face mask. Face masks are an easy way to give our skin some love.
Face masks come in a wide variety. You could spend thousands of dollars in store bought face masks but why buy when you can DIY?
DIY face masks are incredibly easy to make and you likely already have the ingredients to make them!
Most skincare ingredients are hiding in your pantry! This makes diy face masks incredibly affordable! I love easy and affordable, don’t you?!
But why make one face mask when you could make 52?! That’s right, 52! You can make a new face mask for every week of the year! A year of face masks!
Below you’ll find 52 DIY face masks that you can make! Enjoy them by yourself or have your friends over for a spa day!
52 DIY Face Mask Recipes
Mud Face Masks
Detoxifying Face Mask – The Pistachio Project
Antioxidant Hibiscus & Clay Face Mask – The Pistachio Project
Pore Perfecting Clay Mask – The Curious Coconut
Dead Sea and Silk Face Mask – Joybilee Farm
Deep Clean Green Face Mask – Body Unburdened
Diatomaceous Earth Face Mask – Mommypotamus
Kaolin Clay and Vitamin C Mask – Jenni Raincloud
Herbal Face Masks
Soothing Chamomile and Lavender Face Mask – The Pistachio Project
Green Goddess Spirulina Face Mask – The Pistachio Project
Peppermint Rose Marshmallow Face Mask – Life Infused
Clay and Lavender Face Mask – A Delightful Home
French Roses Mask – Joybilee Farm
Hibiscus Lavender Face Mask – Jessoshii
Flower Petal Confetti Masque – Mary Makes Good
Oatmeal Rose Face Mask – Kale and Caramel
Coconut Milk and German Chamomile Face Mask – Natural Beauty Workshop
Skin Brightening Face Mask – Yogi Mami
Botanical Skincare Mask – Studio Botanica
Fruity Face Masks
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Face Mask – The Pistachio Project
Banana Face Mask – Happy Mothering
Fig Face Mask – The Herbal Academy
Fruit Facial Face Mask – Scratch Mommy
Honeydew and Lime Face Mask – Kale and Caramel
Apple Granola Face Mask – Natural Beauty Workshop
Skin Brightening Kiwi Mask – Dr. Karen S. Lee
Food On Your Face Masks
Coconut Mocha Face Mask – The Pistachio Project
Pumpkin Spice Face Mask – The Pistachio Project
Golden Milk Turmeric Face Mask – The Pistachio Project
Pumpkin Spice Exfoliating Face Mask – Body Unburdened
Homemade Avocado Face Mask – Hello Glow
Egg White Face Mask – Health Extremist
Edible Face Mask – Scratch Mommy
Tomato and Cucumber Face Mask – Simple Pure Beauty
Matcha Cucumber Mint Face Mask – Kale and Caramel
DIY Blender Face Masks – Scratch Mommy
Honey Face Masks
Avocado and Honey Face Mask – A Delightful Home
Milk and Honey Face Mask – Simple Pure Beauty
Pomegranate Honey Face Mask – Kale and Caramel
Honey Thyme Face Mask – The Herbal Spoon
Exfoliating Brown Sugar Honey Face Mask – Happy Mothering
Honey Face Masks for Every Skin Type – Living The Nourished Life
Cultured Face Masks
Kombucha Scoby Face Mask – Kombucha Kamp
Turmeric and Yogurt Face Mask – Simple Pure Beauty
Strawberries and Yogurt Face Mask – Live Simply
Brewer’s Yeast and Yogurt Face Mask – 104 Homestead
Probiotic Face Mask – Wellness Mama
Probiotic Matcha Mask – YogaByCandace
Kefir Face Mask – Lifeway
Rose Yoghurt Face Mask – Lovely Greens
Charcoal Face Masks
Activated Charcoal Face Mask – The Pistachio Project
Charcoal, Turmeric, Witch Hazel Face Mask – Scratch Mommy
DIY Charcoal Peel-Off Mask – Dear Crissy
3 Tools To Help Make Your Face Masks
Face Mask Brush
You could of course use your fingers to apply your face mask but a face mask brush makes for smooth application and less mess.
You will need a way to store your face masks! Glass jars like these wide mouth mason jars are perfect for the job!
A few ingredients such as bentonite clay and activated charcoal should not be mixed with metal. Choosing a wooden spoon when mixing your ingredients will guarantee that the toxins are leached into your face mask.