We’ve just launched our Making my Fyace Beautiful Beuty Bowl Set, and we wanted to create a list of homemade masks for you to try with this gorgeous bit of kit.

Hey, I’ll be the first in the queue to tell you that DIY beauty products can be a little; hmmmm…shall we say, suspect. Unless you’re using gentle and simple ingredients, you may be doing your skin more harm than good (I see you, baking soda and lemon). However, that doesn’t mean all DIY masks should be barred. It just means you need to know which are safe to try. And that’s where I come in.

I waved my little fairy godmother wand and found you 6 of the best, easy-AF face mask recipes to try from the interwbz. Whether you just want a bit of pampering or you have a skin problem that you want to address, keep on scrolling to find which mask is best for your skin type. With gentle and natural ingredients like oats, banana, and honey, you’re sure to fall in love with the DIY lifestyle, just don’t come for me when your SO complain you’ve used up all the avocados…AGAIN.

 

Fyace Mask for acne-prone skin

DIY Face mask for acne

1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon – helps stop bacteria in its tracks thanks to its anti-microbial properties.

1 tablespoon of honey – naturally antibacterial

1 teaspoon of baking soda – known for its exfoliating abilities and mild antiseptic properties.

1 tablespoon of green tea powder (such as matcha) – an antioxidant powerhouse that also acts as an anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory agent. (We have our very own matcha green tea facemasks so we know this ingredient pack a good punch!)

Combine all of your ingredients in one of our beauty bowls and mix them together until you get a smooth, even consistency. Use the application part of the spoon from the beauty bowl set to get the paste over your face in circular motions and then leave it on for 10 -15 minutes. Runs off with tepid water, using a soft washcloth to promote exfoliation.

 

Fyace mask for dry skin

DIY face mask for dry skin

1/2 ripe avocado – packed with antioxidant carotenoids to protect your skin and moisturising monounsaturated fatty acids, know to help maintain moisture in the epidermal layer of your skin.

1/2 ripe banana – rich in powerful antioxidants to protect your skin from free radicals like pollution, as well as amino acids, known to help maintain skin elasticity and potassium to hydrate your skin.

1 teaspoon of plain organic yoghurt – chock full of lactic and alpha hydroxy acids able to dissolve dead skin cells, calcium to facilitate skin renewal and zinc, known for its anti-inflammatory properties and sebum regulation.

1 teaspoon of honey – extremely moisturising thank stop its humectant properties, which draw in moisture from your environment.

Using the spoon and bowl as a pestle and mortar, mash your avocado and banana until it’s a smooth paste, then add your yoghurt and honey and mix together until it forms a paste. Apply your mask to your face with the application end of the spoon from the beauty set, leaving it for ten minutes, before rinsing off with tepid water.

 

Fyace mask for glowing skin

DIY Glowing skin face mask

3 tablespoons of ground rolled oats – has anti-inflammatory properties to stop any irritation from the lemon juice.

1 tablespoon of honey – known for its moisturising properties to plump your skin.

1/2 teaspoon of turmeric – has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties to slow down cell damage and can help reduce pigmentation.

1 teaspoon of lemon juice – rich in Vitamin C, which reduces the amount of melanin produced to give you brighter looking skin.

Combine all of your ingredients in the beauty bowl and mix together until you get a smooth, even consistency. Apply the mask to your face with the application end of the spoon from your beauty set and leave on for 15 – 20 minutes before rinsing off with tepid water and a muslin cloth to get rid of any yellowing.

 

Fyace mask/scrub for blackheads

DIY Mask for blackheads

2 tablespoons of brown sugar – naturally inhibits bacterial growth and is a source of glycol acid, known to break down the protein that keeps deda skin cells hanging onto your skin as well as boost new cell production.

2 tablespoons of olive oil – cleanses the skin while softening the outer layer to help with the exfoliation process.

1 teaspoon of honey – know for its powerful moisturising, anti-bacterial and antioxidant properties.

Combine all of your ingredients in your beauty bowl and mix together until you get a smooth, even consistency. Once ready, rub your scrub over your face in gentle circular motions. Remember, you don’t want to tear your skin, so take your time and exfoliate gently.

 

Fyace mask for sensitive skin

facemask for sensitive skin

2 tablespoon of ground rolled oats – contains a cleansing agent called saponins and has anti-inflammatory properties.

1 tablespoon of plain organic yoghurt – gently exfoliates the top layer of your skin without causing redness.

1 tablespoon of honey – known for its ability to reduce redness, fight bacteria, moisturise and reduce inflammation.

Combine all of your ingredients in your beauty bowl and mix together until you get a smooth, even paste. Apply all over your face using the application part of the spoon and leave for 10 -15 minutes. Rinse off with tepid water, working the paste off in circular motions and then pat dry with a towel. Work any residue into your face in gentle, circular motions.

 

Fyace mask to soothe

DIY facemask with avacado

1 teaspoon honey – like I have previously mentioned, honey is known for its ability to soothe and moisturise skin.

1 teaspoon coconut oil – We are talking some serious moisture here!

¼ ripe avocado -we know avocados are packed with rich antioxidant carotenoids to protect your skin and it is super moisturising to help calm down inflamed skin.

2 drops of lavender oil – not only with this make your mask smell amazing, but lavender has some anti-microbial properties.

You know how it works by now! Mix it all up with your spoon and beauty bowl and then use the application part of the spoon to smear on yer fyace. Leave it on for 10-15 min then rinse with some warm water.

 

 

Now you’ve got a place to start with your DIY skin care routine you can have fun with it…When this lockdown nonsense is over, get the girls together and have a pamper party. See who can make the best mask!

 

Our Making Ma Fyace Beautiful Beauty Set is now available to purchase online. 

Making Ma Fyace Beautiful Beauty Bowl And Spoon

£19.99