DIY Pumpkin Face Mask Recipe

tumblr_n9whygNvlr1rllxpdo1_500It feels like everyone has been talking pumpkin this, pumpkin that for weeks now and I for one couldn’t be more in to it. I think pumpkin season is one of the best times of the year and I love eating all the different pumpkin treats! But pumpkin isn’t just good in your latte, it also has great benefits for your skin! Pumpkins have antioxidants, vitamins, and zinc which makes it heavenly for skin! If you’re interested in adding pumpkin to your skincare routine, doing a face mask is a great start. There’s a good pumpkin enzyme mask from Peter Thomas Roth as well as one from June Jacobs but nothing beats making your own! Keep reading to see one of my favorite quick and easy DIY pumpkin face mask recipes (perfect for all those leftover Halloween pumpkins laying around).

What you’ll need:

Mix all the ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. Once mixed, apply a thin layer evenly all over your face (avoiding your eye area) and leave on your face for about 15-20 minutes. Thoroughly rinse off the mask with warm water to unveil smoother, brighter, and firmer skin!

In addition to the awesome benefits in pumpkins, the honey locks in must needed moisture and prevents breakouts with it’s antibacterial magic. Along with this, the egg yolk tightens the skin while the apple cider/cranberry juice are perfect for oily skin!

Not into DIY? Here are a few pumpkin face masks you can purchase to get the skincare benefits of pumpkin:

Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask
Pineapple Pumpkin Enzyme Skin Peel 
June Jacobs Perfect Pumpkin Peeling Enzyme Masque, 3.8 oz
Andalou Naturals Glycolic Brightening Mask, Pumpkin
Clientele Elastology Pumpkin Regeneration BodySouffle, 6.9 oz

Let me know if you have any favorite face masks, DIY or not! Also, try this out and tell me how it goes! :) 



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