7 Acne DIYs made with ingredients found in your salad recipe

7 Acne DIYs made with ingredients found in your salad recipe

Are you tired of paying steep prices for an exfoliating treatment? Have you been lost in a pharmacy aisle finding what to purchase from a diverse number of products? We can help you to improve your skin at home and give you a look like you just came out of a spa! Are you interested in knowing more, keep reading. By using natural DIY facial masks at home, you can limit the everyday bacteria, pollutants and other infections that may settle on your delicate skin. You cannot simply rely on DIYs to help fight those gunks, AcnEase is your solution of getting rid of those existing and future break outs! AcnEase®, an all botanical and clinically tested acne treatment that is safe for everyone regardless of race, background, gender, age or whatever stage in your hormonal cycle. Let us dig in!


Lemon juice helps in controlling skin breakouts and helping skin aggravation scars while yogurt relieves your skin, especially finished territories that are excited. Individuals who have dark skin should utilize lemon juice, and all other skin treatments, with an alert. Make sure to put on sunscreen as the juice can darken skin even more when exposed to sunlight.

 Please be aware of undiluted lemon juice, can be irritating to sensitive skin.

  • Clarifying moisturizer: Mix a few drops of coconut water with a few drops of lemon juice. The coconut will help to hydrate your skin, and the lemon juice will clear and brighten it.
  • Lemon Juice and Yogurt Acne Scars Mask.
  1. Mix 2 tablespoons of lemon juice and 2 Tablespoons of yogurt in a bowl.
  2. After it is mixed well, take a cotton ball and dip it into the mixture.
  3. Squeeze out the excess solution and apply it all over your face, concentrating on areas that are affected by acne.
  4. Leave it on for 20 to 30 minutes to allow your skin to absorb its goodness.
  5. Rinse it off with cold water and gently pat your skin dry with a soft towel.
  6. Repeat this every day to treat acne and remove those scars as well.

Lettuce & Carrots!

Eating a variety of leafy vegetables are known for their ability to get foliate you the foliate you need for a look of rejuvenation. Did you know that the leaves of the lettuce are also highly regarded for their ability to tone the skin?Carrots contain large amounts of carotene which help in skin cell regeneration while additionally framing a defensive shield against UV rays. This facial treatment, contains characteristic skin inflammation battling fixings.

  • Mask Recipe: Prepare your base mask by mixing together 1 cup of fine clay powder along with 1/4 cup of corn flour, 1 tablespoon of rolled oats, 1 tablespoon of dried milk powder and 2 drops of your favorite essential oils. Then measure out just 1 tablespoon of the base mask into a bowl, mixing 1 tablespoon of finely shredded carrot or lettuce pulp (or both!) into the base – feel free to add more of each veggie if the mask is too difficult to stir or apply.


This green vegetable contains a powerful effect on acne prone skin! Our cucumber mask is a great natural helper for acne prone skin as it works both as an astringent and moisturizer, especially for oily skin. Combining the cooling hydration of cucumbers into the custom mask comprising of softening dairy nourishments, exfoliating grains and the naturally acidic yet remarkably toning properties of lemon is a sure-fire recipe for deep down cooling, cleansing delight!

  • Mask Recipe: While you might be tempted to dip your spoon into this mask out of sheer culinary curiosity, it’s your skin that really wants to be nourished. In a blender or food processor, grind 1 cup of oatmeal along with 1 tablespoon wheat bran until both grains are transformed into a fine powder. Then pour them into a bowl, adding 2 tablespoons of buttermilk, 2 tablespoons whipping cream, 1 tablespoon of plain yogurt, 1 1/2 tablespoons of lemon juice, the grated pulp of 1/2 medium cucumber and 1 teaspoon of fresh, finely chopped mint leaves. Mix the mask until the consistency is smooth, finally applying it to clean skin and allowing each ingredient to work its magic for at least 15 minutes.


Tomatoes contain manganese, potassium, flavonoids all are natural anti-inflammatories. With having such a high water content, tomatoes are a great way to hydrate your skin.

  • Mask Recipe: For the individuals who fight skin imperfections and clogged pores, you can appreciate the advantages of a tomato-based facial with none of the fuss simply by rubbing a fresh tomato half on your skin, enabling the juice to stay for 15 minutes before washing it off. Then again, if you appreciate puttering about in the kitchen, this creamy, hydrating and charmingly empowering mask is for you! Blend 1/2 of a pureed new tomato into 2 teaspoons of ground cereal alongside 2 teaspoons of plain yogurt and 1 teaspoon of ground new cucumber. Indeed, it's eatable, yet there's a decent chance that your skin will set up a battle in the event that you set out to infringe on its marvellous cover an area. 


This vegetable contains 95% of water, this is perfect for skin hydration! Like its tomato brethren, zucchini also offers an impressive level of protection against type 2 diabetes in light of the excellent way that it facilitates blood sugar metabolism along with antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory protection.

  • Mask Recipe: Puree 1/4 of an avocado alongside with 1 tablespoon of honey and 1 teaspoon of lemon juice (the latter of which will keep the avocado from oxidizing while also helping to tone your skin). Then, finely grate 1/4 of a small zucchini into the mask mixture, incorporating it with a spoon. You know what to do now – just slather it on and enjoy!

Dark Berries!

Let your skin enjoy the deliciousness of the berries, just like you do! Anthocyanocides and polyphenols are two antioxidants found in abundance in blueberries. These help in fighting free radicals. Blueberries are comprised of more than 85% water and fibre that are essential for a healthy-looking skin.

  • Ingredients: 1/4 cup blueberries, 1 tablespoon honey, 1 tablespoon high-quality (organic if you can find it) olive or coconut oil, and 1 tablespoon sugar (since this is for your face, don’t use anything too coarse).

Toss all those ingredients into a small food processor and blend until combined. Apply the mask to your face using small, circular motions.  I made sure to spend a little longer on areas where I wanted some specific exfoliation (forehead), but made quicker swipes where I didn’t (cheeks). Let sit on your face for a few minutes to let the oil and honey sink in and moisturize.  Remove with a small washcloth and warm water, buffing in small circles to promote circulation.  Pat dry. The sugar particles smoothed my skin and something in the combination of berries and honey really added softening.

Other Things to Keep in Mind

  1. Stop picking your face! Picking on pimples can spread the bacteria from the infections from your pimples to other parts of your face. This can lead to scarring and dark spots.
  2. Watch What You Eat. What you put into your body is just as important as what you on your body. Avoid foods that are processed, contain chemicals, toxins, GMO (genetically modified), MSG (monosodium glutamate) and gluten (if you have sensitivities). Whatever is put on your skin is absorbed directly into the body.
  3. Clean Your Pillowcase And Sheets. Daily pollutants, dead skin cells, and oils can gather on your bedding. Constant contact with unwashed bed linens can irritate your gentle skin and cause clogged pores.

Now, that you can enjoy what’s found in your salad to be applied to your skin, why not create a stronger acne fighting regime with AcnEase! The natural ingredients in AcnEase® work to restore the internal balance and correct the factors that cause pimples to form, while treating existing pimples simultaneously. For a better way to prevent and diminish acne scars, and marks, use AcnEase with tropical cream “Rejuvel 3D”, Dr. Agnes Acne Scars Choice. Testing has shown within 6 weeks of consistent use, 100 percent of users reported smoother and softer skin. This product ensures hydration, clearing up of pores, a smoother and natural look, and great for all types and colors of skin.

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