We're all still stuck indoors due to the dreaded pandemic but that doesn't mean we shouldn't give our skin all the TLC it truly deserves. And of course, you can't really step out to get the skincare products of your choice right now. But you can always use natural ingredients instead. One product that you really should try out right now are peel-off masks. But can you use natural ingredients for these, you ask? Yes, yes you can. In fact, the ingredients you need are probably already available in your kitchen, so if a peel-off mask is what you want to make, here are a few that you can DIY.
Aloe Vera mask: For this peel-off mask, you'll need 3 tbsp. gelatin powder, fresh aloe vera gel and green tea bags. First, start by brewing the green tea in some boiling water and then add the gelatin powder and aloe vera gel. Mix these ingredients together and then let the mixture cool down. Once cold, apply the mask all over your face. Leave it on for about 30 minutes and then gently peel it off.
Egg and Lemon mask: This peel-off mask requires 1 egg (white), 1 tbsp. lemon juice and 5-6 tissue papers. Mix the egg white and lemon juice together in a bowl. Once done, apply the mask all over your face and then place some tissue sheets on your face. Then apply more of the mask on the tissue sheets. Place more tissue sheets on the mask. And reapply the mask to it once again. Then let this concoction dry on your face and gently peel the mask off.
Honey and tea-tree oil mask: For this peel-off mask, you'll need 1 tbsp unflavored gelatin powder, 1 tbsp honey, 2 drops tea tree oil and 2 tbsp warm water. Start by mixing the gelatin powder and water together, then heat the mixture in your microwave for ten seconds. Mix well and let it cool down and start to get thick. Then add the tea tree oil and honey to the mixture and mix well. Apply this thick paste to your face and let it sit for at least 15-20 minutes so that it hardens. Gently peel it off.
These DIY peel-off masks really will work wonders for your skin. So, try these out and stay tuned for more updates.