The Best Homemade Moisturizing Masks for Cooler Weather

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No time to visit a Spa for a Facial? check out these DIY Face masks which are so easy to do from your own home, why not invite your besties over to your house and make a girls night of it!  even more FUN…

Facemask Girls Night

Facemask Girls Night

Carrot and Honey Facial Mask

Get a beautiful glow with honey and carrots, Carrots contain carotenes, an excellent antioxidant. You will need a medium sized carrot, Mix in one tablespoon of honey, and apply the mask on your face, forehead and even neck. Keep it on for at least 10 minutes before rinsing off with lukewarm water, and you’ll notice its effects in no time, since this one of the simplest and best homemade masks especially for the cooler weather.

Avocado and Olive Oil Mask

Combine strong antioxidants from avocado with olive oil and you’ll moisturize your skin deeper than before, all you need is a ripe avocado and one tablespoon of olive oil, mash the avocado pulp after removing the seed, and mix the olive oil in. Gently apply the paste on your face in circular motions and let it dry. After 10-15 minutes simply rinse it off with warm water.

Oatmeal and Honey Facial Mask

The key to great skincare is doing regular treatments, this homemade mask can be applied weekly for excellent results when it comes to moisturized and glowing skin, Start with a cup of dry oats in your blender and add half a cup of water to make a paste. After the oats have been finely ground, pour out the mask in a bowl and add ¼ cup of honey (preferably organic),Gently apply the finished paste on your face and wash it off with warm water after 15 minutes.

Banana and Skimmed Milk Cream Facial Mask

One of the best homemade moisturizing masks for winter combines the power of fruit with the lasting moisturizing effect of milk. Peel and mash a ripe banana, then add skimmed milk cream. Mix well while you add the milk to make a thick paste (for a medium sized banana you’ll need a little more than a cup of skimmed milk cream). Once your moisturizing winter facial mask is complete, let it nourish your skin for 10-15 minutes before washing off with cool water.




Based in Qatar, for the past 14 years, originally from the UK, born & bred in Newcastle, UK. Mum of 2 wicked boys and a beautiful little girl. I adore good food, good fashion and beauty product obsessed. Love women who come together instead of against each other.


  1. rizzwa

    March 9, 2014 at 7:42 pm

    i love DIY face masks… anf i don hav a good skin.. i have almost all problems like acne, oiliness, dryness in some area, blemishes, and more,,,,,
    thank you for these masks…

    FAvourite post..:)

  2. Rafia

    March 10, 2014 at 8:35 am

    Congrats Kellie on your new Website… Well this has to be my All Time Favourite Post on
    Facials are a great way to keep your skin glowing, but they can be pricey..You don’t want to spend much on these things..Right! There are Plenty of Face masks in the Markets , But Why pay for a storebought face mask when you can use basic ingredients found around the house to make your own simple, hydrating masks and scrubs?

    I like the combination of oatmeal & Honey Facial Mask since it includes honey. Honey is known to be a good product to treat acne. The results are Wonderful.
    All these natural masks are packed with nutrients that are just as good for your skin as they are for your body!
    These recipes are perfect for parties and for quick weekly freshness doze to your skin ,because they work on all types of skin…Thanks Kellie for sharing them with us xxx …I have tried a couple,…will try the others too In Sha Allah .



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