Summer can make our face look very dull, itchy and oily. Thanks to the sun and dry air. As we sweat a lot and most often forget to keep ourselves properly hydrated, summertime can lead to skin issues.

​However, while the weather sure is out to get your skin, you don’t have to surrender just yet. Some homemade face masks and their natural goodness can help you beat the heat and get gorgeous skin this summer!


​Here are some easy DIY homemade face masks to help your your skin this summer.

#1. Cucumber & Sugar 

Cucumber is packed to the brim with Vitamin C and caffeic acid—both of which have umpteen skin benefits.

Cucumber is great for the skin as it has hydrating and nourishing properties that help soothe skin inflammation, balance oil production and reduce puffiness.

How to do it:

To make this DIY face mask, mash together 1/2 of a cucumber and a teaspoon of sugar, then refrigerate. Apply it onto your face and let it dry. Wash off in 15 minutes for the hydrated and glowing skin.


#2. Tomato & Honey

Tanned and oily skin are common concerns during summer and tomato is your answer to both these concerns.

Powered by nutrients like Vitamin A, Vitamin C, lycopene and other antioxidants, tomato masks works as an excellent astringent, increases fairness, tightens pores and cures acne.

How to do it:

Mash one tomato into a pulp and add a few drops of honey. Apply it on your face. Wash it off in 15 mins for bright and beautiful skin.


#3. Cinnamon & Honey

​Cinnamon is another powerful ingredient that nature has bestowed upon us.

​It is high in antioxidants, contains anti-inflammatory properties and as a result works beautifully on skin acne and pores.

How to do it:

Prepare a homemade face mask by mixing a tablespoon of pure cinnamon and a teaspoon of honey to it. Apply it on your skin for 10 mins. Wash off to reveal fresh and clear skin.

​**The cinnamon facial can cause a burning sensation, test cinnamon on a small area of you skin before applying to your face.


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