Here are five basic, simple ingredients you can find in your kitchen or fridge and use for a successful do-it-yourself facial.

Honey

Not a surprise there! Honey contains a substance which has the ability to hold and contain moisture levels in the skin. It is also a good remedy for clearing up acne as it deep cleanses the pores and prevents further bacteria from growing in the skin.

For a relatively easy face scrub, mix 1 tablespoon of honey, 2 tablespoons of finely ground almonds and ½ a tablespoon of lemon juice. Gently rub this mixture in circular motions on your face and jaw line, avoiding the eye area. Rinse off with warm water after.

Tomato

Latest studies have shown that tomatoes not only help the skin look youthful, it also offers protection against sun burn. Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant that is capable of preventing free radicals which is a harmful molecule that has been known to be linked with cancer.

Give yourself a quick and simple tomato facial by cutting a tomato in half and scrubbing it on areas where blackheads are. Gently assert some pressure onto those areas and rinse off after. Remember to cleanse your face prior to using this skin care method.

Avocado

Avocado has been increasingly popular as a prominent ingredient in natural skin care recipes. It is known for its superior properties to provide moisture for the skin. Furthermore, it is rich in vitamin A; D and E which will help maintain healthy, glowing skin. n95 mask for sale

One facial mask that’s ideal for dry skin combines avocado and oatmeal. Mash some avocado and mix it with a little milk or oatmeal. Spread the mixture evenly on your skin and rinse off after 10 minutes.

Eggs

Eggs whites are not only for baking or cooking — they make a good face mask too! They are rich in protein, vitamins and minerals which make it ideal for tightening and firming the skin.

For a brightening and lifting face mask, mix a tablespoon of honey with one egg white and apply it on your face. When you feel that the mask is dry on your skin, rinse off with water. For maximized results, use this once every fortnight.

Banana

Bananas are rich in everything that’s good for the body and skin – fiber, zinc, potassium, vitamins A, B, E and F. They have calming properties that help in reducing skin inflammation, blemishes and swelling.

A facial mask that would benefit dehydrated skin most, combines papaya, banana and avocado. Simply mash and combine all ingredients into a smooth paste. Spread it evenly on your face for up to 20 minutes and rinse off.