You have combination skin If available, you should use special masks. Your skin needs nutrients too. Here are the mask suggestions you can make with food at home. Combination skin is less problematic than oily or dry skin. We can say “the most ideal skin”; However, combination skin also needs care. If the “T zone” on your face is oily and other areas are dry, you have combination skin. So, what kind of masks can be applied to combination skin with both oily and dry areas? You can choose the appropriate one from the suggestions we have compiled for you!
Mask Recommendations for Combination Skin
Acne, pimples and large pores may occur in dry areas of combination skin, excluding oily areas. For this reason, you should choose appropriate care practices for different regions. You can prepare and apply some natural masks at home that can solve mixed skin problems and return the skin to its natural shine.
Bananas, known as “natural botox” in the beauty world, have both moisturizing and oil control properties.For this, you need 1 banana, 1 tablespoon of strained honey and 1-2 teaspoons of oatmeal. It is enough to leave the prepared mixture on your face for 10-15 minutes.
Another face mask for combination skin uses yogurt and egg whites. Mix 1 tablespoon of yogurt and 1 egg white well in a small bowl and apply on your face. Be careful not to apply it to the eyes and mouth area. Leave the mask on your face for 10 to 15 minutes. When completely dry, rinse with warm water to cool the pores and then wash off with cold water.
Cut a ripe avocado 1/4. Remove the peel and mash with a spoon until a soft dough is obtained. Add 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and mix until the ingredients are well mixed. Massage the mixture onto your face with your fingertips. Wait for 10 to 15 minutes until it reaches deep into the pores and then rinse it off with cold water. Dry with a soft, clean towel.
Mix one teaspoon each of honey, yogurt and cornmeal thoroughly to remove blackheads on combination skin.Then wash your face thoroughly.
Squeeze a few drops of lemon into the mineral water and pour into an ice tray. Then keep it in the refrigerator until frozen. By applying these ice cubes to your face, you can relax your skin.
Squeeze lemon, carrot, cucumber, watercress, apple and parsley and apply the mixture of their juices on your skin.
Wait for five minutes and wash with lukewarm water.
Apply apple juice directly to your face. In this way, you can tighten the pores of your facial skin.
Mix two tablespoons of rose petals, one teaspoon of honey and enough rose water.
Apply this mixture on your face and wait for 15 minutes. Then rinse.
Squeeze the grapes and add the juice drop by drop into two coffee spoons of moisturizing cream.
Apply the mask to your face and leave it for 10 minutes. You can apply this mask twice a week.
Mix the clay with two drops of olive oil and lemon juice well. You can apply the mixture especially on oily areas.
Wait for 15 minutes and wash your skin.
Crush a coffee spoon of apple pulp and mix it with two coffee spoons of moisturizing cream. You can apply it twice a week.
Mix fresh egg yolk with two tablespoons of moisturizing cream and apply a thick layer to your face and leave for 20 minutes.
You can also apply this mask twice a week.
Cook a grated apple with a very small amount of milk and apply it to your face in a warm state.
When the mask is dry, wipe your face with a piece of cotton dipped in rose water.
Dissolve a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast and a teaspoon of honey in warm milk.
Let the mixture stand in a cool place for 1 hour.
Apply it on your face after it is fermented. Leave it on the skin for 10 minutes and rinse.
The Benefits of Fruits and Nutrients Used in Masks
Many fruits, vegetables and various foods can be used for masks. Let’s take a look at the benefits of these materials that offer a natural application:
Banana: Banana, which is rich in potassium and moisture, nourishes the skin cells by moisturizing them. It deeply cleans the pores and skin surface of the skin. It removes discoloration on the skin and removes blemishes. It moisturizes oily skin, thereby controlling excess oil production.
Honey: It acts as a natural moisturizer by locking moisture into skin cells.It kills bacteria and germs on the surface of the skin. It cleans deeply and cleans the pores by blocking germs, dirt, excess sebum (oily secretion) secretion. Gently moisturizes the skin.
Oatmeal: Absorbs excess sebum (oily secretion) secreted from the skin from the surface of the skin and through the pores. It acts as a natural absorbent. It gently exfoliates the skin by scraping dead cells from the skin’s surface. It nourishes and moisturizes the skin.
Yogurt: It is a food that nourishes, softens, conditions and moisturizes the skin. Prevents pallor in skin color changes. Brightens skin tone and blemishes. It fights against acne-causing bacteria and germs in skin pores and surfaces. Moisturizes and hydrates the dry skin area.
Egg white: Tightens large skin pores. It stretches and tightens the face upwards and prevents sagging. Provides oil control.
Avocado: It is a fruit rich in powerful phytochemicals, healthy and natural oils and antioxidants. It has a high concentration of vitamin E. Moisturizes and nourishes skin cells.Promotes vibrant, soft and supple skin. It has antifungal, anti-inflammatory and antiaging properties.
Coconut oil: Contains medium chain fatty acids such as caprylic acid, lauric acid and other antioxidants. These antioxidants heal and repair skin cells. It penetrates deeply into skin pores, moisturizing and lubricating dry skin cells. Protects skin from free radical damage and sun exposure. Clears acne.
Tea essential oil: Tea tree, which is a natural astringent, helps to tighten and tone large pores as well as reduce the oil content of the skin. It’s also a powerful acne fighter, said to be just as effective as benzoyl peroxide.
Clay: Green, white and red clay masks are amazing for the skin. Each performs a different function. Green clay skin becomes clear; white kaolin clay soothes sensitive, dry skin; Red clay performs a high level of oil absorption. You can try multi-purpose clay masks that treat every square inch of your combination skin.
Some Suggestions for Masks
In addition to the masks we mentioned above, we would like to give some other suggestions:
Apply oatmeal by rubbing it, especially on oily areas such as your cheeks.Thus, you allow the nutrients used in the face mask to penetrate deeply and allow your skin to benefit from its nutritional content.
Always use plain, unsweetened, flavored probiotic yogurt to prevent skin irritation and allergies.
Use organic, unrefined, cold-pressed coconut oil to avoid skin irritations.
If you want glowing and soft skin on your neck, hands and legs, you can use an extra face mask mix.
Protect your hairlines from face masks. For this, you can wear a forehead band and turn your hair into a ponytail.
Make sure to clean your face with soap before each mask application.