DIY Skincare masks with our Natural Products

Looking to solve your skincare woes with ingredients you have at home? Look no further — we've got the ultimate (and easiest) routine with homemade beauty remedies straight from the pros. If you love your share of skincare time and enjoy those face mask times with your gang, today is your lucky day! Amid this lockdown, we all had turned to self-care and self-love, as it is the need of the hour. Be it cooking for ourselves our favorite dish or baking that delicious cake, we all have let our inner artists out. We also have made sure that we use the time at home judiciously and take care of our skin. From making elaborate face packs to making easy face sheets, many of us have aced the beauty regime. From homemade skincare masks to anti-aging skincare including scrubs, soaks and more, your face, body, lips, and even feet will look and feel better than ever with these at-home-beauty-fixes.

Some of the most effective ingredients in your favorite bottles of natural skin care products started in the dirt. So why not try growing your own natural beauty ingredients for a change? 

Here are 8 plants that are great for your skin and are easy to make. Try them out at least twice a week and thank us later for that glowing skin!

1. Chamomile Tea: Chamomile’s anti-inflammatory properties make it an ideal element to calm and soothe irritated skin. And it can help alleviate redness and irritated patches too. But did you know that this beverage, when applied topically can also improve your skin? Yes, chamomile tea is especially beneficial to those who have sensitive skin.
  How to use it?
  • Brew some chamomile tea. Let it cool.
  • Wash your entire body with it.
  • Seriously, though, a DIY facial treatment can fight fine lines and wrinkles, and using chamomile as a rinse can help protect color-treated hair while also conditioning your strands.
  • Opt for the tried-and-true method of using tea bags on your eyes to fight puffiness and dark circles.

Chamomile Tea Skin care

2. Peppermint Oil: A great natural cure for acne, mint is a pimple-fighter thanks to its salicylic acid (which also helps with excessive oil). It's also anti-pruritic, meaning mint juice can soothe and calm itchy, infected skin. With our DIY face mask made with peppermint oil you can save yourself a trip to the beauty salon. The natural green face mask is invigoratingly good for your skin and has a pleasantly refreshing smell - but careful, you can't eat the face mask.
         How to use it?

    • First mix the yogurt and peppermint oil together well.
    • Add the clay and mix well again until an even, spreadable mixture is formed.
    • Apply the green mask to your face with a paintbrush and leave to work for around 15 minutes.
    • Once the peppermint mask has dried properly, wash off with warm water.
    • To restore enough moisture, massage moisturizer into the skin.

      Peppermint Oil Beauty Face mask
    3. Lavender Oil:
    As relaxing for your skin as it is your mind, lavender is an    antiseptic, anti-inflammatory powerhouse that will soothe irritated,                inflamed skin (think dermatitis, dryness, etc.).
      How to use it?
    • In a small bowl, combine one tablespoon raw honey and three drops of lavender oil (for an   extra acne-fighting boost.
    • Add 1 drop