Probably, your never-ending quest for the most natural and simplest skincare treatment might end here? Honey is a perfect natural solution for many skin problems.

Many cosmetic brands offer beauty products with honey, including the most expensive honey in the world – manuka. However, homemade facial honey masks have the main advantage – no chemicals, they are 100% natural. You know exactly what your mask consists of, and you are sure of the freshness and quality of its ingredients. And at the same time, it costs you much less than a mask from the store!

But first, don’t forget about these two things:

  1. Honey you are going to use has to be raw, not pasteurized
  2. If you are allergic to honey, then sorry, honey facials masks are not for you. And even if you think that you are not, start with a patch test to make sure your skin wouldn’t have an allergic reaction; it’s always better to be safe. You can make this easy test: test the effect of honey on the skin by smearing the put a little bit of honey on the crook of the elbow or on the inner side of your wrist and wait 15 min. If there is no itching and redness, you can apply a mask of honey on your face.


The benefits of facial honey masks


DIY beauty care – 20 facial masks with honey


Now, let’s highlight the main benefits of honey for your natural glow.

  • 100% natural: This gentle skincare treatment is100% natural: no parabens, no phthalates, no fragrance, and no toxic chemicals.
  • Skin moisturizer: It gives your face a natural, dewy glow, drawing moisture from the air and pulling it into your skin, and seals it in.
  • Skin soother: The anti-inflammatory and healing properties of manuka soothe your skin and can reduce redness.
  • Skin purifier: The enzymes provide a gentle exfoliation, leaving your skin baby soft and glowing.
  • Skin cleanser: Honey helps slough away dead cell debris to keep your skin clean
  • pH optimizer: Honey balances your skin’s pH level helping good bacteria to stay healthy.
  • Bad bacteria killer: Folic and ascorbic acids in honey determine its antibacterial effect and the ability to disinfect


How to apply and wash off a homemade mask with honey

To successfully apply honey face masks at home, follow these tips:

  • Apply only a freshly prepared mask and on a previously cleansed face. Do not neglect the use of a hair cap.
  • Before the mask, put a clean towel soaked in warm water on your face to open the pores of the skin.
  • Apply the mask on your face with cotton pads, sponges, a wide brush or a special spatula, avoiding the area around the eyes. If the honey (or the mixture) is too liquid, then put a napkin with eye holes on your face, after wetting it in the mix.
  • After applying the mask, take a comfortable position and relax for 15-30 min (or whatever required)
  • Wash off the mask with a cotton pad soaked in warm water or a special tonic.

Dark spots or wrinkles, oily skin or dry – honey is good for everything. But if you are allergic to honey then this natural solution is not for you.

4 Recipes for normal skin

  1. Mask with honey, yogurt and juice: mix 1 tsp of honey with 1 tbsp of classic yogurt and 1 tbsp of orange (or any other) natural fruit juice. Keep for 10 min.
  2. Mask with egg, honey and cottage cheese: mix 1 raw egg with 1 tbsp of honey and 1 tbsp of low-fat cottage cheese. Keep for 10-12 min.
  3. Mask with honey and onion: mix honey and fresh onion juice in a ratio of 1: 1 and apply on the face. Keep for 30 min.
  4. Mask with honey and apple: mix 2 tsp of honey with a finely grated medium-sized apple. Keep for 5 min.


DIY beauty care – 20 facial masks with honey


5 Recipes for problematic and oily skin

  1. Mask with aspirin and honey for acne. Mix crushed 4 aspirin tablets with 1 tsp of water and 2 drops of liquid honey. Stir fine. Keep for 10 minutes. Do not repeat the procedure more than once a week.
  2. Mask with honey, salt, kefir and lemon for black heads. Mix 1 tsp of sea (or table) salt with 1 tsp of lemon juice, 1 tsp of honey and 2 tsp of kefir. Keep for 5-10 min.
  3. Mask with honey and coffee. Mix 1 tbsp of finely ground coffee beans with 2 tbsp of honey. Keep for 15 min. You can massage your face with wet hands from its center to the temples. The mask cleanses the skin, refreshes the complexion and helps to narrow the pores.
  4. Mask with honey, clay, wine and aloe. Warm up 100 ml of white wine. Add 3 tbsp of clay (blue, red, yellow or white). Add 0.5 tsp of aloe juice and 1 tsp of honey. Stir fine. Keep for 15 min.
  5. Mask with honey, cocoa and cornmeal. Mix 1 tbsp of cocoa powder with 1 tbsp of warm honey and 1 tbsp of corn flour. Stir thoroughly and add warm water until creamy. Keep for 15 min.


4 Recipes for dry skin

  1. Mask with honey, kefir and oatmeal. Mix 1 tbsp of kefir with 1 tsp of honey and 1 tsp of oatmeal. Keep for 20 min.
  2. Mask with mustard, yolk, honey and oil. Mix 1 tbsp of dry mustard with 1 tbsp of liquid honey, 2 yolks and 1 tbsp of vegetable oil. Stir thoroughly. Warm up the mix in a water bath. Apply the first layer on your face, wait 5 min, then apply the second layer. Keep for10 minutes.
  3. Mask with honey, yeast and oil. Mix 1 tbsp of dry yeast with 1 tsp of honey and 2 tbsp of vegetable oil. Warm up the mixture in a water bath. Apply the mask warm for 15-20 min.
  4. Mask with rice, milk and honey. Boil 2-3 tbsp of rice and rinse it. Add 1 tbsp of warm milk, 1 tbsp of honey and mash and stir until smooth. Keep for 30 minutes. This famous “Japanese mask” is able to make the skin silky and radiant.


7 Recipes for wrinkles

  1. Mask with cognac and honey. Mix 1 tsp of warm cognac with 1 tbsp of honey heated in a water bath. Apply the mix to your face with smoothing movements. Put a warm compress on top. Keep for 30-35 min.
  2. Mask with honey and egg Mix the yolk from 1 egg with 1 tsp of honey. Keep for 20 min.
  3. Mask with sour cream and honey. Mix room-temperature sour cream (with a fat content of about 5% for oily skin, 10% for normal skin, and 20% for dry skin) with warm honey in a ratio of 1:1. Apply the mask without letting the mixture to cool off. Keep for 20 min.
  4. Mask with gelatin, glycerin and honey. Ingredients: 2 tsp of food gelatin, 2 tsp of honey, 4 tbsp of glycerin and 4 tbsp of warm water. Soak the gelatin in water and heat the mixture. Add the rest of the ingredients. Apply warm for 20 min.
  5. Mask with honey and pepper. Mix 1 tbsp of honey with 1 tbsp minced red bell pepper. Keep for 15-20 min.
  6. Mask with banana and honey. Puree of 3 bananas mix with 3 tbsp warm honey. Keep for 15 min.
  7. Mask with honey, milk, starch and salt. 1 tbsp of starch mix with 1 tsp of table salt. Add 1 tsp of honey and dilute with warm milk until slurry is formed.

Use these honey facial masks one or two times per week to get the best results.


DIY beauty care – 20 facial masks with honey

DIY beauty care – 20 facial masks with honey

DIY beauty care – 20 facial masks with honey


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