Off late I and Kritika have been experimenting with a lot of home remedies and DIY face packs. Most of them have worked pretty well. So, thought of sharing with you our 5 favorite DIY honey face packs.
Super easy to make, no elaborate list of ingredients, and effective results – these face packs meet all these requirements. So let’s dive straight into it.
- Mango and Honey Face Pack
Mash a few pieces of mango, add 1 tbsp honey to it and make a squishy paste. Apply all over your face and neck. Let it stay for 20 minutes and then wash off with lukewarm water.
Mango is highly hydrating and helps to make your skin smooth and soft. It is suitable for all skin types.
2. Oats and Honey Face Pack
Mix 2 tbsp oatmeal + 2 tbsp honey to form a smooth paste. Apply all over your face and neck and let it dry. Before washing it off, damp the skin and exfoliate gently. While oats will scrub away the dead skin cells, honey will provide moisturization to your skin.
Although it is suitable for all skin types, but it works best for acne prone skin.
3. Fuller’s Earth and Honey Face Pack
If you have oily skin, then clay masks would work best for you. They’ll suck all the excess oil leaving your skin naturally healthy and squeaky clean.
Mix 2 tbsp honey + 2 tbsp fuller’s earth (multani mitti) + a few drops of rose water to form a smooth paste. Apply it all over your face and neck. Let it dry for 15 minutes before washing off with cool water.
4. Besan and Honey Face Pack
Mix 2 tbsp besan (chickpea flour) + 2 tbsp honey + a pinch of turmeric to form a smooth paste. Apply evenly on your face and neck. Let it dry for 15 minutes before washing it with cool water.
The face pack is suitable for all skin types. It’ll help you get rid of blemishes and give glowing radiant skin. You can also use this face pack as a body scrub.
5. Milk and Honey Face Pack
This one is the easiest of them all. Mix 1 tbsp raw milk + 1 tbsp honey to form a smooth paste. Massage in circular directions all over your face and neck. Let it dry for 15 minutes and then wash off with lukewarm water.
It is best suited for people with dry skin. Both milk and honey will provide your skin the hydration to make it naturally soft and supple.
Just a word of caution before you leave – make sure you do a patch test of all of these before applying them to your face.
Do let me know which one worked best for you. See you soon!!