Get glowing skin with this Hydrating Avocado Face Mask. Made with just two (or three!) simple ingredients, this face mask can be made entirely from kitchen ingredients you already own.
If you follow me on Snapchat (thehealthymaven) then you know my deep love for face masks. I come from a long line of women who care greatly about their skin. If my skin can look nearly as flawless as my Mom’s does then I think I can die happy. Okay, that’s vain but for real her skin is perfection.
Not only do I really enjoy my daily skin care ritual, but I also love giving it an extra boost twice a week with some homemade face masks.
Per my go-to esthetician’s suggestion, one face mask is clay-based and the other focuses on hydration: Cue this Hydrating Avocado Face Mask!
Watch as Nikky from HealthNut Nutrition and I put food on our face and treat our skin with this Hydrating Avocado-based Face Mask!
As we mentioned earlier this week, avocado is high in healthy fats that are incredibly nourishing for your body. And considering your skin is the largest organ of your body, it only makes sense to coat it with avocado…right?!
We added in some raw, local honey (we’re both obsessed with Beekeeper’s Naturals!) because it has antibacterial properties that helps clean out your pores and it’s also a humectant, which means it pulls moisture from the air and delivers it to your skin.
Oats are an optional add-in if you have inflamed or irritated skin. Oats help to reduce this redness and calm your skin.
Together these ingredients create a natural remedy for treating dry, winter-ravaged skin that could use a little TLC. So get a little wild this week and put some #foodonyourface…yes, Nikky and I are trying to make that a hashtag. Indulge us and get it trending!Print
Hydrating Avocado Face Mask
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- 1/2 med-large avocado, from Mexico!
- 1–2 tsp raw, local honey
- optional: 2 tbsp rolled oats*
- Combine all ingredients together in a small bowl.
- Wash face with a cleanser, dry and then apply mask liberally to face and neck.
- Let sit on face for 20 minutes.
- Wash mask off face and follow-up with your typical skincare routine.
*for a smoother face mask, grind your oats in a blender before mixing in
Make sure you check out Nikky’s blog and subscribe to her YouTube channel to stay up-to-date on her latest posts! Lots more avocado goodness coming your way this week.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Avocados from Mexico – Canada. Thanks for supporting the brands that help make THM possible and bring more delicious recipes your way!
Are you a skincare freak like I am? Have you ever tried avocado in your beauty and skincare routine?
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