Everyone loves pampering themselves. We find many ways to pamper ourselves, I believe one of them is applying a face mask and listening to whichever genre of music you love and lying down on a sofa or wherever you’re comfortable. That relaxed feeling you get is great, isn’t it?

Homemade face masks are the best, aren’t they? The Ingredients are available just two steps away, in your kitchen plus you do not have to spend money on it! As you spend on any other face mask which you purchase from outside. Plus all the homemade masks are always safe to apply, of course depending upon your skin type! We have already seen the Fruits Face Pack and it’s time to see other homemade face masks.

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So let’s get started!





Rice contains sun-protecting agents, and Aloe Vera has cooling properties. Aloe Vera fights acne, Cleanses skin, is anti-inflammatory, soothes sunburns and much more.

Ingredients you’ll need:

  1. Rice flour
  2. Aloe vera gel
  3. Water

How to prepare: Take a bowl and add 1 tablespoon of Rice flour, add aloe vera gel, make sure that the amount of aloe vera gel is more than the rice flour. After you’re done adding the gel, add a minimum amount of water. Mix the ingredients well until you get a good amount of paste consistency.

How to apply: Wash and pat dry your face, when you’re done secure your hair so that they don’t come in-between, Apply the mixture to your face and neck and wait till it gets dry it might take 25-30 minutes and wash off with water. Leave the skin free to breathe, do not apply any toners or creams.





Dark chocolates as they are good for the heart are also good for your skin. You love eating chocolates, don’t you! Let’s just use it for your skin as well! Chocolate masks are perfect for treating dry and dehydrated skin.

Ingredients you’ll need:

  1. Dark chocolate
  2. Milk
  3. Honey

How to prepare: Take a bowl and add in some melted dark chocolate add milk accordingly, and add a tablespoon of honey.

How to apply: Wash off your face and neck, then apply the mixture to your face and neck, for 20-25 minutes. Once you’re done, rinse off the mask, if there is any stickiness left, remove it using a smooth towel or a wet tissue. Later, use a toner for good results.



Fuller’s earth cleanses and exfoliates skin, fights acne, unclogs pores. It is a natural absorbent and helps to remove excess oil from your skin. It helps to maintain the natural Ph of your skin.

Ingredients you’ll need:

  1. Fuller’s earth
  2. Milk
  3. Rose water or Water

How to prepare: In a bowl, add 2 tablespoons of fuller’s earth, add a small bowl of milk, and add 3 to 4 tablespoons of rose water, or if you don’t have rose water just add a minimum amount of water. Mix all of them well until you get a thick paste.

How to apply: Cleanse your face with water and a face wash whichever you want, Pat dry your face and then apply the paste on your face and neck evenly. Wait until it gets dry for about 25-30 minutes. Then wash off your face with cold water, and use a toner after pat drying your face.



A turmeric face mask helps to reduce acne or any scars. It helps in reducing wrinkles and is anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. Anti-inflammatory properties calm the skin and pores; basically, turmeric helps to clear the skin and fights any acne breakouts.

Ingredients you’ll need:

  1. Turmeric powder (Haldi)
  2. Milk
  3. Rosewater
  4. Honey

How to prepare: In a bowl, take 1 tablespoon of turmeric powder; add 1 tablespoon of honey; add 2 tablespoons of rosewater and add 2 tablespoons of milk. Mix it well until you get a thick paste.

How to apply: After cleansing your face, take a brush and apply the mask with help of the brush evenly on your face and neck.

Wait until it gets dry; it will almost take 25 minutes to dry. Wash off with cold water. Do not apply any toner or cream and let the skin breathe.




Who doesn’t love to drink coffee? Coffee is always a savior, isn’t it? Caffeine helps to reduce inflammation, which includes puffy eyes and it also helps to brighten the skin. Coffee helps in stimulating blood flow if you rub it in a circular motion, which in turn helps to reduce acne, or any stretch marks or sometimes even scars.

Ingredients you’ll need:

  1. Ground coffee
  2. Turmeric
  3. Yogurt (Dahi)
  4. Rosewater (Optional)

How to prepare: Take a bowl, Add 1 tablespoon of ground coffee; add 1 tablespoon of turmeric; add 1 tablespoon of yogurt (dahi) and 2(small) tablespoons of rose water, although you can skip adding the rose water part as well. Mix well, and take care that the paste is not in a liquid form.

How to apply: After cleansing your face, pat dry your face and then apply the mixture evenly on your face. Wait for 20 minutes, and remover the mask with a damp towel. If any excess is left wash off the excess with lukewarm water. Pat dry your face and use a toner for best results.

So that’s it! These were the 5 DIY face masks, which will help you get a healthy skin; Apply the mask twice a week for good results. Happy pampering yourself..!


Guest Post: This Post is written by Krati Agarwal, Fashion, Motivational and a Lifestyle writer who writes on her blog boldblushblog. Do visit her Blog for more beautiful articles 🙂


  1. gmsmith1980 says:

    I might try one of these! I’ve thought of doing face masks in the past, but have never had the money for one. These look to be great and I may actually be able to afford the product to make them! Thank you for a great, interesting and useful post!

    1. Hackytips says:

      You are welcome! 🙂

  2. For sometime now I’ve been using Oriflame face mask. Thanks for sharing this post, I’ll definitely try out the aloe vera and rice flour face mask. My own face mask sounds fab.

    1. Hackytips says:

      How is Oriflame? I have never tried it!

  3. Ellie says:

    I had no idea you could make face masks so easily from home, thank you for sharing this!
    My recent post: https://lifeofellabella.blogspot.com/2019/01/how-to-keep-fit-and-motivated.html

    1. Hackytips says:

      I will check it. Thank you!

  4. I am going to be trying some of these very soon!

    1. Hackytips says:

      Thank you 🙂

  5. Emily says:

    I love these ideas!! Non-toxic products are extremely important to me so I love these safe DIY ideas… I also am excited to try the chocolate mask before I always get a little in my mouth (is it just me???) and I wouldn’t mind eating some of that! Haha

    1. Hackytips says:

      haha! Don’t worry you have company 🙂

  6. Thanks for sharing these recipes! They all sounds really wonderful! I’ll definitely be trying the turmeric one!
    -Madi xo | http://everydaywithmadirae.com/

    1. Hackytips says:

      You are welcome!

  7. Alyona says:

    I love homemade natural stuff;)) My question about turmeric mask, does it make your face yellowish after?
    My favorite so far is aloe vera and rice flour, definitely gonna try it.

    1. Hackytips says:

      Yes, it leaves your face yellow. After 3-4 wash it will be clear.

  8. These all sound great. I love that they are so simple and you know exactly what ingredients are in them. Thank you!

    1. Hackytips says:

      You are welcome!

  9. Bexa says:

    These are great ideas, thank you for sharing the ingredients! I especially like the sound of rice and Aloe Vera, so cooling and refreshing, perfect for the summer! Fab post and thanks again for the inspiration! <3 xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

    1. Hackytips says:

      Thanks Bexa.. I’m glad you liked it 🙂

  10. momelite2 says:

    I’ve never tried to make my own face mask. Sounds like a fun weekend thing to do.

  11. Aloe vera and turmeric are two ingredients I swear by for face masks! Loved the coffee idea, going to have to try it out, thanks!

  12. I’ve always been a bit skeptical about homemade masks, like do they really work? Do I have the right ingredients. I see a lot of people do it, I just may have to et over my fear and try it.

  13. Good ideas.. Will definitely try some

  14. traciedwardsphoto says:

    This is such a fun idea for a girls night in or just a good skin care routine!

  15. alisonreevesco says:

    Great hacks! I have dry skin and am always looking for suggestions

  16. Play2WinApps says:

    good info on how to make your own mask

  17. Rudy says:

    I think the chocolate is the best but instead of rinsing it off it could be eaten ? Still, with Halloween only yesterday and no Trick or Treaters this year ? I think I have plenty ? to do both.

  18. hmm…interesting read I had from here & have learn some DIY homemade masking tips too, thanks! 😀
    cheers, siennylovesdrawing

  19. ELIZABETH O says:

    I never tried to make my own mask. And this is really a great advice.

  20. I always like home remedies. Can’t wait to try RICE AND ALOE VERA mask. Thank you for sharing very easy DIY face masks.

  21. aubrimjackson says:

    My skin needs some major TLC! I can not wait to try some of these out! I already have most of the stuff for the chocolate and the aloe vera one.

  22. Sounds like a great way to keep your skin healthy without any of the harmful chemical compounds that today’s commercial products contain.

  23. Phoebe says:

    These are new to me! I love making my own masks too.

  24. Very interesting, and so much better and cheaper than drug store brand masks 🙂

  25. These face masks sound so good! Love the sound of the turmeric one especially- I hear so many great benefits of turmeric

  26. Jackline A says:

    I need to try the tumeric mask as I have a lot of scarring on my face. Thank you for sharing.

  27. mainak biswas says:

    Cool.. that’s a nice homemade skin care routine!

  28. Karen says:

    Cant imagine making my own face masks. I feel like ill end up eating it especially the 2nd one. Hahaha.

    1. Hackytips says:

      Haha 😀

  29. Adventures with Shelby says:

    I bet the aloe vera mask is really refreshing

    1. Hackytips says:

      Yup 🙂 As always 😀

  30. Amanda says:

    Here is the collection of best face masks in this blog. I have used turmeric face mask. It helps to improve dead skin cells and provides a glowing skin. Thanks for sharing these great recipes.

    1. Hackytips says:

      Glad you liked it 🙂

  31. makeupmuddle says:

    So many great mask ideas! I love creating a good DIY mask xo

    Makeup Muddle

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