With colder months on the way, I thought it would be fun to do a little beauty series to keep our skin glowing and hydrated through the upcoming winter. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing my favorite DIY face masks, scrubs, winter skin tips and more!
Brightening Turmeric And Lemon DIY Face Mask
Source: finalher.com

Would be nice to keep that summer glow year round, right?! This mask is not only brightening but it’s great for acne-prone skin (or any skin!) and bringing you a glowy complexion.
The following natural ingredients will provide amazing effects, as it will help you brighten and glow your skin. It is affordable and easy to make, as it contains 4 ingredients:

1. Manuka honey

This potent manuka honey especially great for:
  • Healing acne and scarring
  • Fighting skin infections
  • Cleaning pores while naturally exfoliating
  • Helping skin to retain moisture
  • Rejuvenating radiance and softness
Not to mention its:
  • anti-bacterial
  • anti-inflammatory
  • anti-fungal
  • high in antioxidants!
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2. Turmeric

The next essential ingredient for this DIY face mask is turmeric – a real wonder spice – and not just for curry recipes! This vibrant spice is totally beautifying. I was inspired to use it from my Golden Glow Elixir Juice that you guys seemed to love as much as I did (it really helps immunity in the winter months too!) Indian brides have long used turmeric body scrubs and masks before their wedding days to illuminate from head to toe.
Benefits of Turmeric:
  • reduces redness
  • treats breakouts
  • helps with age spots
  • reduces scarring and hyperpigmentation
  • helps to heal psoriasis and eczema
  • brightens and tones
  • anti-inflammatory
Fresh turmeric would be even better but I only had ground turmeric on hand. It is known to stain so be sure to wear a shirt you don’t care about and dry your face with a dark towel. It will leave a slight yellow tint on the skin so I usually wash with my normal sulfur soap once or twice after the mask and the yellow tint washes away, no problem.

3. lemon juice

Next up is fresh lemon juice! Lemon is high in vitamin C which is essential for brightening and evening out skin tone. It’s anti-bacterial which is especially helpful for breakouts and acts as a natural exfoliant for radiance. Lemon is known to help with acne scars too. Don’t worry, this mask doesn’t sting at all as lemon juice tends to do that.. but it feels soothing and balancing on the skin.

4. Oats

Oats are the last ingredient for this face mask and are super moisturizing, not to mention exfoliating and softening on the skin. I blended up my oats a bit in the food processor but you can also use oat flour. The mask does get a bit messy depending on how finely ground the oats are so be sure to apply this mask over the sink.
  1. 3 tablespoons rolled oats (ground into oat flour in food processor)
  2. 1 tablespoon manuka honey
  3. 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
  4. squeeze of fresh lemon juice
  • Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix until well combined.
  • Apply over the sink, on a clean face.
  • Leave mask on for 15-20 minutes. Rinse off gently with warm water.
  • You may need to wash your face a couple times to remove the yellow tint.
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