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I am a woman who has a huge amount of problems with facial skin. To get rid of skin problems, my familiar beautician told me to do a facial mask at home. I helped, now I will tell you which of them are the best.

Oh, face masks, let us count most popular facial mask types: 1. in sheet form, 2. in splash form, 3. in clay form, and now we're adding 4. in DIY form, because to be honest—i'm sometimes lazy. Really lazy. Which means i don't have the desire (or the money) to run to Sephora every week for new face masks.



So, when i want to give my skin some TLC, but i can't bring myself to leave the vicinity of my kitchen, I'm using  these mask recipes. 

Cocoa Dream Hydration Mask

There are three shining stars in this yummy, fully edible mask, and they all work wonders for your face. Avocado is extremely hydrating, cocoa is an excellent skin-soothing antioxidant, and honey is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.

1. Mash one quarter of an avocado in a small bowl.

2. Stir in one tablespoon cocoa powder and one tablespoon honey, mashing and mixing well.

3. Apply the mask to your clean, dry skin for 10 minutes.

4. Wash off with warm water, then moisturize as per usual.



Nourishing Honey Mask

Honey is a natural antibacterial, which makes it a good base for acne-fighting masks.

1. Brew one cup of chamomile tea with two tea bags and let cool completely.

2. In a tiny bowl, stir together one tablespoon of manuka or raw honey, and one teaspoon of nutritional yeast.

3. Add just enough chamomile tea to the bowl to create a thicker paste that's still runny enough to spread across your skin, but not too watery.

4. Apply a thin layer to your face and let sit for 20 minutes.

5. Rinse off and pat dry. Moisturize afterward!

Author : Brandon Salazar

Brandon Salazar has been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People”, Forbes Magazine’s “Names You Need to Know,” and is the 7th “most powerful” personality on Newsweek’s Digital 100 Power Index for 2012.