Fruit acids have been in skincare for a while. So it doesn’t surprise us that they’ve become very popular lately, and we wanted to pass along a little secret — it’s incredibly easy to make your own fruit facial mask. As we eat fruit it gives energy and also has a good effect on our body, and skin.
Fruit masks are also made to take a direct beneficial effect of fruit on the skin.
Nowadays there are many beauty creams and masks you bought that contain fruit in them. When you read the ingredients, you will find this. You can find fruit acids in many of today’s skin products (including, of course, our own anti-aging lineup). They include:
• malic acid (from apples and pears)
• citric acid (from citrus fruits like oranges and lemons)
• tartaric acid (from grapes)
Precautions to Take Before Designing Your Own Fruit Facial
• If you’d like to try your own fruit facial at home, there are a few things you’ll want to consider first.
• You’ll be using natural fruits, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t risks. For sensitive skin types, in particular, there is still the possibility of irritation, redness, itching, and even burning, depending on how you create your fruit mask, what ingredients you use, and how long you leave the mask on your skin.
Steps before applying the mask
First, clean your skin with a cleanser to remove dust and make your skin clean
Some masks make your skin dry then apply moisturizer before using a mask.
Here we discuss Five fruit mask and their effect on our faces. If you try you will be never disappointed.
1. Soothing Cucumber Fruit Facial
Mix a grated cucumber and/or mashed banana with coconut water, aloe, and cooked oatmeal.
You can also add some cooled chamomile tea and a few drops of white willow bark and calendula to up the calming and soothing effects. Leave on the skin for 10-15 minutes and wash off gently.
2. Moisturizing and Hydrating Watermelon Fruit Facial
Watermelon is a good choice for your moisturizing fruit facial. Mash it up into a smooth paste and apply it all by itself for a refreshing boost in hydration.
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You can also mix it with almond or olive oil, vitamin E, cream, honey, yogurt, coconut oil, and avocado for additional moisturizing effects.
Leave on the skin for as long as it stays moist, and then rinse off. Then apply moisturizer.
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3. Youthful Citrus Fruit Facial
For this one, we’re harnessing the exfoliating and freshening effects of citrus fruits. Mix up a quarter cup of orange juice (you may also use lemon, lime, or grapefruit juice) with about a teaspoon of honey.
Sensitive skin types can use oatmeal or yogurt. Carrot juice is also a good one for glowing skin and will impart a natural Sunkissed color.
4. Banish the Dullness of Mango Fruit Facial
If your skin is just looking “blah” lately and you want to bring it back to life, try mango and/or papaya. Both remove the dull surface of the skin and reveal a healthier, more youthful appearance.
You can simply mash them up and apply the pulp directly to the skin, or mix with a couple of egg whites to tighten pores at the same time, or with honey or oatmeal to create a soothing paste.
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