Face Masks for Dry Skin

Face Masks for Acne

To fight acne, you need not use several acne skin care products, when you can cure it at home. Natural face masks do not have any adverse effects, hence are considered as best treatments for acne. To know the best face masks for acne-prone skin, first you must know what is your skin type. If your skin type is oily, you can balance it by using some facial masks. Besides, several hydrating facial masks are available for dry skin. Make sure that you use a soothing face mask if your skin is sensitive. Read through the below lines to know more about face masks for acne.

Natural Face Masks for Acne:

Following are some homemade masks for acne:

Baking Soda:

You need baking soda and water to prepare this face mask. Make a paste with baking soda and water and gently apply it after cleansing your face with any cleanser. Relax yourself for 20 minutes and then rinse with water to feel softness. If this suits your skin, try this mask twice a week to eliminate acne.

Egg white mask:

This is a simple and inexpensive face mask. Take egg whites and whip them till it becomes soft and frothy. First cleanse your face and apply it over the face. Let it stay on the face for about 20 minutes and rinse it off using warm water.

Table salt or sea salt mask:

Gently wash your face with salt water or swim in the ocean.

Basil face mask:

Take 3 tablespoons of dried basil leaves and boil them in water. Steep basil leaves in water for about 10–20 minutes. Cool the decoction and then apply it on the face using a white cotton ball.

Oatmeal face mask:

Take some oatmeal and blend it. Spread it on the face gently and wash it off after 15 minutes with water. This is one of the safest and effective face masks.

These are a few face masks for acne. Try any one of these homemade facial masks after analyzing your skin type.

4 thoughts on “Face Masks for Acne

  1. Capullo

    1-wash face with acne cream, then with lime or lemon juice(I have lime juice at the moment)2-putting egg whties on for 10-15 minuets3-putting a mix of mix 3 tablespoons of honey with 1 teaspoon of cinnamon on as a spot treatment, and washing off in the morning4-in the morning, rubbing fresh garlic on pimples5-using cleanser again7-putting ice on pimples that do not have a head yetWashing and dabbing acne with cotton balls that have been soaked in vinegar in morning or nightusing a face mask made of oats and waterusing sugar to scrub face when I wash my face, at least once a dayusing a baking soda-water mix to rub into face gently for 10-15 seconds then removing and patting dry with a clean clothgiving myself a weekly facial by mixing a yolk of an egg with two tablespoons of milk and half a tablespoon of honey. Apply this on your face and leave it on for about fifteen minutes. Then wash with lukewarm water. If you’re out in the sun a lot, milk mixed with melted butter helps soften the dry skin.and using lemon juice(when we get some) to reduce freckles.I only want to know if using this many things(and I wouldn’t do all of them, I just haven’t decided which to use yet) will be harmful to my skin, or will back fire. Thxand heard that toothpaste helps, if left on a pimple over night?

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  2. Do It Yourself Today

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