Updated: Sep 24, 2020
Is your skin chausing choas? Have you binged everything on netflix? Are you fed up & just need a skin boost? we're all in the same boat honey, hence tonight we are masking up for a skin over-haul so we can glow into the weekend. I'm not talking about those ~questionable~ recipes you've seen people experimenting with on your Insta feed (even though I'm sure some taste just as soon as they sound!)
Nope, here at Naughtons we have had our clay masks tried & cosmetically tested & we are bringing you 3 easy homemade face mask combos that address everything from flare-ups to stress-induced breakouts. Keep reading to find the best DIY tutorials for oily skin, acne, blackheads, and more—all of which you can make with ingredients you definitely already have in your kitchen.
Oat So Simple
This mask is a suuuuper easy recipe for irritated, sensitive, or eczema-prone skin. Note to self: It's gentle enough to use anywhere on your body too, so feel free to slather it on those dry spots on your legs and arms, too. Here's what you'll need:
1 1/2 tbsp Clarify & Soothe
1/2 tbsp Ground Oats
2 tbsp Water
The thing about DIY face masks for oily skin is that they tend to be filled with ultrastripping, ultra-harsh ingredients that end up doing more damage than good. But this gentle recipe uses just 4 ingredients which will naturally & gently help absorb excess oil without destroying your skin.
1 1/2 tbsp Purify & Mattify
1/2 tbsp Clarify & Soothe
1 1/2 tbsp Aloe Gel or Juice
1 tsp Raw Honey
Spot No More
Tea tree oil—which is a natural antibacterial and acne-fighter—is way too harsh to slather over your skin on its own (even as a spot treatment, it can quite literally burn your skin if it isn’t diluted with enough water). But this mask combination aims to calm the effects of irritated, broken-out skin, whilst keeping it clean & hydrated. Leave on the skin for 10 minutes, then rinse it off, making sure to moisturize afterward.
1 1/2 tbsp Purify & Mattify
1/2 tbsp Detox & Brighten
2 tbsp Grapeseed Oil
3 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
Essential oils are highly concentrated, powerful liquids. Their potency must be respected and they can be toxic if used incorrectly. The way you handle and use essential oils is very important & many can not be used directly on the skin without a carrier oil.
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