Natural Face Masks: Your Path to Glowing Skin

The trend nowadays is pointing to an increased use of natural face masks. You don't need to buy expensive masks from department or discount stores to have beautiful, glowing skin. The secret is inside your house with ingredients everyone has lying around. Natural masks consist of ingredients easily found in the kitchen cupboard or refrigerator. These masks exfoliate or remove dead skin cells and renew your skin to its younger state. Many people rave about how their skin glows after using a homemade facial treatment. Just what constitutes natural face masks and how can they benefit your skin?

What are Natural Face Masks?

A natural face mask is free from artificial ingredients. If your preference is to buy a ready made one, be sure to read the label and check for natural ingredients you can identify. If it contains man-made chemicals, avoid the product entirely. A great way to be in control of doing this is to make your own face mask. It doesn't have to be difficult and can be a very fun, fast process. It was always fun to play with your food as a child, right? Well, now you have a great excuse to do it as an adult. Some face masks are complicated and contain many ingredients but it doesn't have to be this way. The simplest homemade face masks consist of one ingredient. One ingredient wonders can literally transform your face from dull to glowing and youthful in 15 minutes flat.

Facial Mask Benefits

How can a simple "one ingredient wonder" mask made from food help your skin? Here are just some of the benefits:

  • Foods contain vitamins and nutrients your skin craves
  • Many foods have anti-aging properties which reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
  • Natural masks can be tailored for all types of skin from dry to oily
  • Masks can even out skin tone and remove discolorations
  • Making masks from fruits or veggies is a great option for those who are sensitive to commercial mask ingredients
  • Homemade facials soothe and moisturize the skin gently

What's the best reason of all to create your own natural face mask? It's just really fun to smash and mush your food! Here are some foods you can do this with:

  • avocado
  • banana
  • strawberries
  • honey
  • blueberries

This is just a sampling of foods you can transform into revitalizing facial treatments. Once you start playing with your food and seeing the results on your skin, you'll never want to stop!


Robin Adler is a self professed beauty and skin care guru. For years she used toxic cosmetics without knowing the risks. Now she uses organic cosmetics and wants to help women learn about the hidden dangers of toxic beauty products and the joys of using and making your own natural face masks.

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