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  • Isabella Morales

Free Time = Face Masks

Any free time at home calls for natural home-made face masks, with ingredients we already have or are easy to find. I bet you to name a better way to relax a couple of minutes at your place for your glow.

Scroll to see some easy ones!

1. Aloe Vera

This one's pretty simple:

1 aloe vera leaf

1 lemon

Cut the aloe vera leaf and extract the inside it with the help of a spoon.

Place the aloe in a container, add the juice of 1 freshly squeezed lemon and mix very well until both ingredients are fully integrated.

Apply on your face & neck, with the help of a brush in circular movements. Leave on for 20 minutes and, after this time, remove with warm or cold water.


-Aloe vera is a great natural source for hydrating your skin and keeping it hydrated.It also makes a great toner, helping remove impurities in your skin and cleaning your pores. Aloe vera also helps fight acne bacteria, cleaning and regenerating your skin.

2. For dull skin:

Taken from @jessicabarboza

You’ll need:

1 teaspoon of honey.

1/2 cup of papaya

1 Egg white

Mix it!

Crush the papaya alone, shake the egg white alone, then start adding the papaya until you’ve pour it all, and drop the honey.

Keep it on for no more than 20 minutes.

3. Anti Acne Face Masks:


Baking soda



Mix the lemon and honey in a separate bowl, the add the bicarbonate. The measures are to your liking, if you have few areas affected by acne you do not need to put a lot of honey.

Apply the mixture and let it act for a time not less than 20 minutes, then remove the mixture with plenty of warm water.


-Honey is an antibacterial, balances the production of fat on the face and lightens skin tone.

-Lemon is one of the best natural ingredients to combat excessive fat production that causes acne pimples.

-Baking soda can help soothe the inflammation and irritation caused by acne breakouts

4. Mask for eye bags


1 Chamomile tea bag

½ cup of water (125 ml)

2 spoons of natural yogurt

Cotton circles

Gotta first make the tea, then add the yogurt until you have sort of a cream.

Apply it around your eyes, the affected area.


Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and sedative properties, chamomile decreases inflammation under the eyes.

5. Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey



Apple Cider Vinegar


Mix one tsp. honey and 1/2 tsp. of apple cider vinegar and apply to cleansed face.

Leave on for 20-30min and wash it off.

Apply daily to see desired result.


Apple Cider Vinegar contains malic acid, which provides antibacterial properties. It balances the PH of the skin, eliminates excess oil and sebum, while detoxifying it.

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