Avocado Face Mask

Avocado fruit is one among the exotic fruits and it offers numerous nutritional benefits. We all know about its nutritional benefits. While avocado is a great fruit for packing some nutrition in the body, it is also an excellent choice for enhancing the health of the skin. It helps in taking care of your skin effectively and thus it is a great choice for skin care. But, you must know how to use avocado for your skin’s benefit. This can be done in avocado face mask form. In this article, we give you information on the recipes of avocado face mask that you can prepare at home and also its benefits for your skin.

Avocado Face Mask Recipes:

As avocado face mask gives various benefits ranging from varied mediums, it offers natural skin care and assists in correcting and preventing various skin ailments. It is essential to learn about some specialized recipes for avocado face mask to obtain healthy skin. Following are some recipes for skin care:

Avocado Face Mask – Oily Skin:

As avocado face mask gives deep cleansing which helps in getting rid of the dirt and grime accumulated on the face, it opens up the tiny ducts for cleansing and clearing the dead skin cells and thereby prevent acne breakouts. Thus, homemade avocado face mask for acne is believed to be an ideal remedy. Following are some of the avocado face mask recipes that help in getting rid of acne.

Cucumber and Avocado Mask:

Things you will need:

  • Cucumber slices
  • Avocado pulp – ½ cup


Take an avocado and cut it into two halves. Now scoop the pulp from one of the halves of the fruit. Use a spoon to crush it to make a smooth paste. Now take a cucumber and cut two slices. Use face wash and warm water for cleansing the face thoroughly. Later pat dry the face. Now spread the paste evenly all over the face and massage it well to soak it into the skin. Place cucumber slices on the eyes and rest for about 10–15 minutes. Later, use lukewarm water to rinse your face and pat dry the skin.

Honey and Avocado Face Mask:

Things you will need:

  • Yogurt – 1 tablespoon
  • Honey – 1 tablespoon
  • Cucumber – 1
  • Avocado pulp (medium ripe) – ½ of the fruit


Chop avocado fruit and scoop out the pulp. Take a fork and crush the pulp until it is creamy. Also it helps you in getting an even paste. Now add yogurt and honey to the pulp and stir well. Now cut 2 slices of cucumber. Wash your face with face wash and warm water, pat dry. Apply the paste evenly over the neck and face. Massage it well into the skin. Now keep cucumber slices on the eyes and sleep for about 10–15 minutes until the mask sets. After this, clean your face using lukewarm water and pat dry the face.

Egg white and Avocado Face Mask:

Things you will need:

  • Lemon juice – 1 tablespoon
  • Egg white – 1
  • Avocado pulp – ½ avocado


Cut an avocado into two halves and extract pulp from one of the halves. Crush it with a spoon to make smooth paste. Now mix egg white to the pulp and then add lemon juice and mix thoroughly. Spread this mixture on the neck and face evenly and massage it well into the skin. Egg white helps the mask to set in thoroughly. Allow it to sit on the skin for about 20 minutes and then rinse it off with warm water, pat dry. You skin now becomes oil free. Egg whites usually clear the oil and grime that get accumulated in the skin pores. It also reduces the sebum or oil production.

Mixed Avocado Face Mask:

Things you will need:

  • Chamomile oil – 1 or 2 drops
  • Honey – 1 ounce
  • Molasses – 1 tablespoon
  • Orange juice – 1 ounce
  • Avocado pulp – 2 ounces


Mix avocado pulp, orange juice, molasses, honey and chamomile oil thoroughly in the blender. Spread the paste evenly on the neck and face with your hands. Massage it well into the skin. Allow it to stay for about 30 minutes and rinse it with warm water.

This is all you need to do if you need to have a smooth and supple looking skin which feels great for touching. You can use anyone of these avocado face masks to have a healthy looking skin.

Avocado Face Mask Benefits:

Here are some of the benefits of avocado face mask for the skin:

  • Avocado fruit has many vitamins and minerals such as zinc, vitamin A, potassium, vitamin B, sodium, magnesium, copper, vitamin K, iron, calcium and vitamin E. All these vitamins and minerals give complete nourishment to the skin.
  • Also avocado oil is a good source of collagen. Collagen is an agent which is responsible for maintaining skin elasticity. Hence application of avocado facial mask aids in keeping the skin young and supple and delays the aging process.
  • Avocado oil moisturizes the skin naturally and hence gives glow to the skin.
  • The profusion of enzymes and vitamins aids in dealing with various skin problems such as acne, dark spots and inflammation.
  • Application of face mask regularly aids in clearing and deep cleansing to remove the dirt and grime which build up in the skin pores. It thus prevents acne breakouts and thereby results in offering glowing skin.

These are some of the benefits of avocado face mask. Application of this face mask on regular basis helps in getting rid of blemishes, acne breakouts and several skin ailments.

27 thoughts on “Avocado Face Mask

    1. Katie

      Thomas, typically a face mask is applied once a week. Some are applied up to, but no more than, twice a week. It depends on what kind of mask you use and on your skin condition. Hope this helps! :)

    2. Sandra

      I will love to mix the Egg white and avocado face mask. But I want to know how often I should use it. Also is the mixture for just one day?

  1. Brandy Williams

    Avocado most certainly hydrates and moisturizes dry skin. I use natural ant-ageing creams and serums by mama nature of london. They contain avocado oil and they are all the rage in Beverly Hills at the moment. They are hand made in London and I have not came across better anti-wrinkle creams.

  2. Mildred Unice

    My face broke out into a rash that lasted several weeks. At one point it even turned purple.
    I would not try these masks. They are evil.

    1. Simone

      Do you mind stating which mask you used? Maybe you’re simply allergic to one of the products you used and thus the rash. These are all natural products, so that’s the only thing that would have caused a rash.

  3. Helen

    Thank you for your very interesting article. The recipe must try. Moreover, it is not difficult. I’m just a natural cosmetics!

  4. Christine nthakye

    Am very interested and i wil try this. My face has turned out to be very unpleasing. Anything more i can do please?

  5. gracie

    It is marvellously good. I’ve been using it before now. I had to come to this site to get more info. You won’t regret using it.

    1. Koko

      cleaners do both. And no mattre how much we try to clean our face and pvreent gunk, it’ll come back do you have an oily face? Just asking. If you do it’s good to use an astringent. It’s really strong, but it works.

  6. kaykay

    are you SURE this works? i dont think my face will turn purple but i dont really want to find out the hard way……

  7. kit

    I used this mask and i got red patches on my face! :O i dont think im allergic to avocado since i eat all the time and im fine. explanation?

  8. Leslie

    Sorry forgot to add that I was telling Mildred Uncle that she is probably allergic to avocados if her face had that reaction.

  9. Momma

    I just tryed the avacado mask it really works really love it. I also added two table spoon full of extra virgin olive oil in it.

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  11. Manyake

    Shall have to try one of the mixtures. My face has been sun burned and have some little dark patches. Wonder if it’ll work for me.

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