Introduction: Facial Masks From Everyday Ingredients!

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Step 1: Ingredients

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You will need: Coconut oil~ Oatmeal~ Baking SODA~ Salt~ Water~ Milk~ Some kind of Herbal tea~ Cocoa powder~ Various bowls and spoons

Step 2: Exfoliating Mask

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Mix the baking soda and salt together. You want a runny mixture. This mask will help with blackheads and acne. It may sting a little but don't worry. If the stinging becomes unbearable wash it off.

Step 3: Moisturizing Mask

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This mask will help soothe your skin and refreshen it. This works great after the baking soda mask!

Step 4: Mix

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Microwave one cup of water for one minute in the microwave then brew your tea.

Step 5: Add

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Once the tea has brewed for a couple of minutes place the tea bag on the oatmeal and pour the tea in. Next rip open the tea bag and put the herbs in the oatmeal. Let it sit for a few minutes.

Step 6: Drain

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Drain most of the liquid off. You can keep this and apply it later.

Step 7: Yummy Chocolate Mask!

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This chocolate mask smells super good and can help clean and moisturize your skin and will gently exfoliate it once you wash it off!

Step 8: Microwave

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Microwave the milk and a spoonful of coconut oil together for 30 seconds

Step 9: Add Chocolate

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Add around 3 tbs. of coco powder. You want the mixture to be almost a pudding consistency

Step 10: How to Apply

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Start each mask with a freshly washed face.

Step 11: For the First Mask

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Splash your face with hot water to open your pores. Using your fingers rub the mask all over your face in circular motions. Wash off with warm water.

Step 12: For the Second Mask

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Rub it all over your face and really massage it in. This is really messy so make sure you clean up! Rinse with warm water. For the liquid, use tissue paper or a facial pad to put it on then allow to dry.

Step 13: For the Third Mask

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Using a big spoon or a paintbrush apply all over your face and allow to dry. Rinse off using circular motions.

Step 14: Finished!

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Follow up with a moisturizer. Thank you for viewing my instructable!!!! Please vote for me and let me know if you try this!


JuliaL3 (author)2015-03-25

this is awesome! I'm gonna try and use these for my party! And tbh, you're so pretty you don't need to use any masks to improve your skin!

Unicornz (author)JuliaL32015-03-25

Thats the nicest thing I have ever heard! And I made this soo long ago haha. Glad it helped you out! Thanks again for the nice comment :)

Unicornz (author)JuliaL32015-03-25

Thats the nicest thing I have ever heard! And I made this soo long ago haha. Glad it helped you out! Thanks again for the nice comment :)

BethV (author)2014-12-21

These are really great ideas! The only thing I'd do differently would be to grind/blend the dry oatmeal a little bit before mixing it in with the other ingredients just to get a bit more even coverage when applying. Thanks for posting!

Unicornz (author)2013-05-11

Thanks SJF007!

SJF007 (author)2013-05-11


Unicornz (author)2013-05-02

Tornasolunar they are good for acne and soothing the skin. It goes into more detail in the instructable :) thanks for the comment!

Tornasolunar (author)2013-05-02

what are they good for¿? do they help with acne?

Unicornz (author)2013-04-30

Thanks jessyratfink!

jessyratfink (author)2013-04-30

That chocolate mask looks like fun. :D

These are awesome!

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