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Natural Homemade Fruit Facials

Fruits are a treat by Mother Nature. They have a positive effect within our bodies when consumed as well as a nourishing effect on our skin when applied. A fruit facial mask is a simple, quick and inexpensive way of rejuvenating and hydrating your face. Besides being natural, homemade fruit facial masks are free from chemicals, perfumes, preservatives and other artificial supplements because you make them at home! Treat your skin with a moisturizing homemade fruit facial mask and protect your skin during the dry winter season.

Zesty Lemon Facial Mask

Lemon is rich in Vitamin C and is believed to be a naturally nourishing for our skin. Not only does it have the capacity of unclogging and tightening pores, lemon also helps in fading away age spots, freckles and acne scars leaving behind gorgeously soft and bright skin.

To Prepare: Mix together 2 tablespoons of flour, lemon juice and egg whites. Apply mixture to your freshly washed face. Leave the mask on for at least 20 minutes before washing it off with lukewarm water. Apply a moisturizer after washing off the mask.

Sweet Kiwi Facial Mask

Kiwi is rich in Vitamin A, E, C and citric acid making it helpful in the deep moisturizing of your skin and also increases your blood circulation. Kiwi also deep cleans your skin, washing off excessive oils and tightening pores. Nothing can be better than kiwi juice for your skin.

To Prepare: All you will need is 1 egg yolk, 1 tablespoon of kiwi juice and 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Mix the ingredients well and apply the mask to your face. Leave the mask on your face for about 10 to 15 minutes before wiping it off with a damp washcloth.

Tangy Tangerine Facial Mask

Tangerine works well with treating dry and flaky skin. Containing potential ingredients such as vitamin C, B, folate, magnesium, beta-carotene and potassium, tangerine helps in rejuvenating and hydrating your skin.

To Prepare: Hydrating your skin with tangerine is very simple and inexpensive. You need tangerine juice and an egg yolk. Mix these ingredients well and apply evenly on your facial skin. Leave the mask on your skin for about 30 minutes before washing it off with cold water. Find your skin flawlessly hydrated skin once the mask is washed off.

Banana Rose Facial Mask

Banana is a fruit rich zinc, iron, magnesium, potassium vitamin A, B and E. Banana works best as an anti-aging agent.

To prepare: Mix together a mashed banana, two tablespoons of oat flour and one table spoon of rose water. Blend all the ingredients well and apply on your face and your neck. After about 15 to 20 minutes wipe off the mask with a damp washcloth and then wash off any remaining mask with lukewarm water.

Not only are homemade fruit facial masks rich in vitamins, they are also pure, chemical-free, inexpensive and effective. Have fun making them at home and let Mother Nature take care of your skin.

About The Author: Kate is a blogger by profession. She loves writing, shopping and traveling. These days she is busy writing an article on Casio Watches for her blog styleguru.com.

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  1. I definitely be using some of these facials! Thanks for sharing

  2. Hey these are masks I need to try and post on my "Sunday Homemade Skin Care Day". I won't do the lemon one, cause it dries out my skin… But I'll try the kiwi one this Sunday – thanks for this!
    (Of course I will give you/your blog credit!)
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  3. Sounds great! My grandmother, who at 75 still had not one wrinkle on her face, used egg white on her face as a mask a few times a week. Her skin just glowed.

  4. The banana rose mask sounds divine.. totally going to try that. Just need some rosewater. πŸ™‚ Thanks for these masks – they're all new to me!

  5. One of the best kept secrets for home-made skin care is Sesame Oil. Mix it with a little lemon juice and gently massage it into your hands and face. Kills fungus, bacteria, and can inhibit the development of cancer.
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  6. I think I need the banana facial… definitely going to try this!
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  7. These facials almost sound edible!

  8. stretchingmywings

    Love it – cant wait to try out the kiwi fruit scrub!! x

  9. I think Papaya Facial mask is also very good, I have tried it on my face and it gave me excellent results for my dry skin.

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  11. Hi Bonnie – I’m actually thinking about writing an eBook for aspiring bloggers! But until then, there are a lot of resources available to you. I recommend joining the Beauty Blogazons group on Facebook, reading the SITS Girls posts, reading the Copyblogger and Problogger websites and looking around to see what other bloggers are doing.

  12. I tried the banana mask it was really awesome it just gives an instant glow thanks for sharing

  13. tomato +honey+ yogurt, mix together and apply weekly twice.. it will help you to brighten your color with smoothness….

    tomato : help to soften your skin

    yogurt : help to remove your oil from skin

    honey : refresh / re product the skin cells

    mix all together and apply and gently massage 10 mins keep the pack for another 20 min …wash the face with warm water( if you can put two drops of lemon drops in the warm water much better)

    apply the natural moisture cream.

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  14. The Sweet Kiwi Facial Mask sound interesting and I bet it smell just wonderful. Really neat facial masks you came up with.
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  15. Thanks for sharing this article! Who dont like to be beautiful and look fair, instead of buying your beauty from parlour by throwing bucks, one can attain naturally with homemade fruit facials. Infact there is no side effects too, this post really gonna help many of us.
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  16. Well I did not know kiwifruit could be used as a facial cleanser ? I am from New Zealand and theirs plenty of kiwifruit around. I’m thinking my wife would love it.. Great Blog..

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