Face Mask for Acne

For centuries people all over the world have used face masks to deal with various skin problems. You can apply a face mask for a smoother and radiant skin. Facials are also very useful in fighting wrinkles and women starting at as young as 25 years of age apply face masks for that reason. 

Acne is a skin condition that frustrates many women, it tends to pop up at the worst of times when you least expect it. Items that you keep in your kitchen cabinet can help you come up with some of the best organic masks to fight that acne, and an organic face mask is probably your best bet to fighting it. How? You may ask.

How Face Masks Fight Acne

First of all you need to know that taking good care of your skin is the best defense against acne. Among the many ways to take care of the skin is by having facials from time to time. This is because face masks especially the organic ones help the skin by cleansing it of impurities that are mainly clogged in your pores. It’s these impurities that are the enemy to the smooth skin you desire. Get rid of them and you will get rid of the acne. It’s easy to prep your own face mask recipe in the comfort of your home using items from your kitchen that have key ingredients to benefit your skin.

Having excess oil in your skin is the other common cause of acne. Rid yourself of it, and you’re good. The oil clogs the pores and before you know it- acne! The secret is to have a well moisturized skin free of clogged pores. Facials such as those that contain honey help you to achieve just that.

Dead skin is another culprit- preventing you from attaining that glow. Well, you guessed it! An organic face mask is your best weapon to fight dead skin especially one that has oatmeal in it. Gently massaging your skin after you have applied the face mask will gently lift that dead skin from your skin leaving you with a flawless skin.

Here are some face masks you can try out at home;

Coconut oil and oatmeal face mask

  1. Take some oatmeal and measure off 3 tablespoons into a bowl.
  2. To this add about quarter a cup of warm water.
  3. Mix them well together until you get a paste.
  4. Take a teaspoon of coconut oil and add it to the mixture and whip them together.
  5. Prepare your face by washing it with warm water and cleansing it with a cleanser that is oil free.
  6. Apply this mask and let it set for about 15 minutes.
  7. Once the mask has set, massage it gently into your skin using circular motions. Do this for about 2 minutes. This helps to remove dead skin.
  8. Remove the mask using lukewarm water and splash your face with cold water- this sets the pores back preventing further outbreak. Pat dry with a clean and soft towel.

Vitamin E and Avocado face mask

  1. Cut an avocado into half- you only need half an avocado for this mask therefore you can put aside the other half for other purposes.
  2. Mash one half or better still smoothen it with a blender.
  3. Take one teaspoon of the vitamin E oil and add it to the avocado.
  4. Mix them well together.
  5. Taking some warm water, clean your face and neck and then cleanse it with a cleanser that is free of oil. Look out for the label oil-free when you go to purchase one from a store.
  6. Leave the face mask on your face for up to 15 minutes.
  7. Using warm water, wash off the face mask and sprinkle your face with cold water afterwards to close up those pores. The major cause of acne are clogged pores so you wouldn’t want to leave them open.
  8. Pat your face dry with a soft and clean towel.

There are a number of organic face masks that you can make on your own in the comfort of your home. You can whip up a honey, whole milk and oat face mask or a coconut oil and baking soda face mask. Honey is very good for the skin because of its ability to help the skin retain moisture. Whole milk helps to tighten the skin. There is no one size fits all when it comes to fighting acne. You will probably have to try out different masks before settling for one that best works for your skin.

See more: Face Masks for Normal Skin