Do it yourself; Organic Facial Mask

Do it yourself; Organic Facial Mask
September 19, 2017 Nicholie Rehnlund
In News

Get ready to fully restore your skin’s healthy glow and moisture.

A common skin problem that often occurs at the verge of season changes from summer warmth to the colder days of the year is dry skin with tendency to flake easily. Especially dehydration strikes many after a long summer; it makes the skin loose its radiance and gives an overall unhealthy appearance.

 The best way to add moisture and a fresh looking glow to your dry skin, without burdening it with the chemicals and preservatives often found in the commercial facial products we spend our money on – is to make your own organic facial mask, using nothing but ingredients you can find in your pantry.

A great face mask is an integral part to any good skincare routine. Face masks help to rejuvenate, detoxify, draw out impurities, accelerate cell renewal, brighten, hydrate, smooth, and soften skin. With regular use, face masks leave skin glowing and looking its best.

Pumpkin Mask for All Skin Types

Pumpkin is loaded with natural exfoliating acids and antioxidants. It has great qualities such as brightens, calm breakouts, and soften the appearance of fine lines and sun damage.


½ cup fresh pumpkin pulp

2 eggs

2 teaspoon almond milk

1 teaspoon honey

2 teaspoon apple cider vinegar or cranberry juice


Purée the fresh pumpkin pulp into a thick paste. Add the egg (this acts as a binder). For dry skin; Stir in a splash of almond milk and the honey. For oilier complexions; instead stir in apple cider vinegar or cranberry juice. Mix well. Apply the mask, leaving it on for 15-20 minutes.

Rinse it off with a steaming hot washcloth. Run a washcloth under hot water, squeeze out the excess water and then press onto your face for a full minute. Followed by gently washing off the mask in a circular motion. Moisturize as usual.