Aloe VeraYou can get an Aloe Vera leaf from your local grocery store for less than $3, and use it for your hair and your skin. It's not only completely hydrating, and also soothing for sensitive skin. Try this option with our French Green Clay mask with Spinach and all the green will work it's magic!
Apple Cider VinegarHow many times has good old ACV come through for you? I mean it's amazing for your hair, your skin, and you can ingest it! It's like a miracle formula in one little bottle and is usually in your pantry. Since ACV can be a little string we would recommend mixing half water and half ACV to your face mask. If you have acne-prone skin or oily skin, then this would be a game-changer for your skincare routine! I love this option with our Activated Charcoal Clay masks, and I mix half ACV and half water to level out the acid in the ACV.
Greek YogurtThe lactic acid in yogurt will help dissolve dead skin and tighten pores, so greek yogurt is a winner in our eyes! It also helps to diminish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines when it tightens.
Rosewater helps balance the skin's PH balance, as well as helps clean pores and tone the skin. It's gentle enough for sensitive skin and has anti-inflammatory properties to get rid of the redness from irritated skin. This goes great with our Rose Clay mask!
What do you like to use to mix with your face masks? Tell us what your favorite DYI recipes for face masks are in the comments below!
Until Next Time,
Ashley x Shana