Tips for Beauty Masks at home and Store Bought

Making a Home Mask

Store-bought masks can be pricey, and you can get the same results by making your own masks at home.  here are some recommended ingredients by skin type:

  • Oily or Acne-Prone Skin: Eggs, milk of magnesia, clay, mud, mint, eucalyptus, tea tree oil, brewer’s yeast, zinc
  • Dry Skin: Almond or olive oil, lavender, jasmine, castor oil, cedarwood
  • Sensitive Skin: Yogurt, milk, cucumber, chamomile, geranium, rosewood

Tips for Using Beauty Masks

  • Wash your face before applying
  • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for how long to leave the mask on your face. For homemade masks, 30 minutes is plenty.
  • Avoid your eye area, but be sure to apply the mask to your neck
  • When using a hardening mask,  keep your face as still as possible after applying
  • Don’t apply a mask more than once a week
  • Be careful when combining masks with other treatments  so you don’t over-dry, add too much oil, or irritate your skin


  1. interesting blog, happy i took the time to look over it, if you have more similar articles will be checking back to read them soon.

    1. Crystabel · · Reply

      Hello Madeline 🙂 Thank you for your comment and yes I will be posting more fun articles that are also positive and make us women feel better!!

      Yes Keep Checking! 🙂 and Hope to hear back from you.

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