These DIY Face Masks Are An Egg-celent Idea

Next time you’re up for indulging in a great face mask look no further than your fridge. All you need to give your face a refresh and get a gorgeous glow is one ingredient: an egg. That’s right, nothing else needed!

An egg packs a ton of pretty power. It’s all about how you use it.

Below are my two favorite egg options — they both are wonderful, but have different results. Always start any facial treatment with a freshly-cleaned face, and pat dry with a clean towel. Once you’re prepped and ready, choose the mask that’s right for you!

Raw Egg Yolk Mask
This moisturizing mask will leave your face feeling baby smooth. Separate the yolk and set it into a small clean bowl. Evenly distribute the yolk only on your face. It’s can be al little slippery and awkward to spread around, and for this reason I like to apply it using a clean make up brush — trust me it will save you a lot of frustration! Let the yolk mask sit for 20-30 minutes aka the perfect amount of time to catch up on Netflix. Rinse with cool water pat dry.

Whipped Egg Whites Mask
This light and fluffy mask not only cleanses and exfoliates, but it tightens too! Beat just the white of an egg white until it’s nice and frothy. Apply it to your clean face using your fingers. Once it’s dry, rinse it off and pat dry.

You have to let me know if you try one of these! Do you have any DIY mask recipes that I need to know about?

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Comments 8

  1. I mix 2 teaspoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon… I leave on for as long as I can stand it… kinda melts off your face and the urge to scratch drives me crazy! But afterwards it leaves your face so soft and rejuvenated. Honeg us a natural antibacterial and antiseptic… and a natural moisturiser. And cinnamon stimulates your skin to enhance the elasticity and ive found it to be a slight exfoliant. I’ve read so much about it and seen people do it… but when I tried it… feels amazing. And smells amazing… and you can eat it! Xxx

  2. Manuka honey, ya just scoop up enough to put all over your face (or problem areas) let sit for 15 to 30 minutes, then rinse off. This honey is an Australian exclusive because it comes from the pollen of the manuka flower that grows there. It also makes an excellent treatment for colds & sore throats

  3. I think it’s good to add that for the best result ECO or Bio or Farm eggs should be used. Egg whites is the part where loads of chemicals are staying if the chicken is having rather poor diet or living conditions!
    Otherwise great masks, tried the whipped egg white mask. Always wanted to put them on my face, while cooking hehe

    Eggs are also great for hair.
    After washing hair with shampoo Take 2 eggs, good naturally brewed beer (or ale) and rub well in the hair and skin. Let it stay for some 5 – 10 minutes and then rinse. Rinse well. 🙂

    Keep up the good work Jules and greetings from Latvia 🙂

  4. This works really well!
    Another remedy I’ve used is the oats, honey, and lemon or lime juice. I used it years ago but haven’t been able to find the link to the original face mask. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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