Masks (homemade or otherwise) should stay on for 10-15 minutes, should follow with a cleansing and a thin layer of moisturizer.
Here are recipes we've gathered over the years arranged by skin type.
All Skin TypesHomemade Clay Mask for All Skin Types
Yogurt Face Mask for All Skin Types
Homemade 'Cat Litter' Mask for All Skin Types
Oily, Acne-Prone SkinBanana Mask for Oily Skin
Homemade Juice Mask for Oily Skin
Strawberry and lemon juice contain natural astringents.
Homemade Clay Mask for Oily or Acne-Prone Skin
Clay masks help neutralize skin. You can pick up clay from any health-food store.
Simple Mask for Oily, Acne-Prone Skin
Recipe adapted from Paula Begoun's 'The Beauty Bible.'
Combination SkinHomemade Face Mask for Combination Skin
A rose-based mask is perfect for balancing out the oily and dry areas of your skin.
Dry SkinHomemade Face Mask for Dry Skin
Avocados and honey are particularly moisturizing.
Homemade Milk Mask for Dry Skin
Aging SkinHomemade Face Mask for Aging Skin
Sensitive SkinHomemade Face Mask for Sensitive Skin
This soothing mask is great for chapped, sunburned or irritated skin.
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