Top 3 Best Homemade Hibiscus Face Masks

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Use of hibiscus flower for face is very beneficial and it has no reaction to the skin. These are some quick DIY hibiscus face packs which can be very useful and save the efforts of visiting and spending time in parlor.

How to Do Hibiscus Face Masks at Home and its Benefits:

Here is the top 3 hibiscus face masks which you will surely can try anytime.

1. Hibiscus Lavender Face Mask:

Hibiscus has many properties which are good for skin and so does lavender. This face masks exfoliates the skin and adds glow to the skin as well.

Things you will Need:

  • 1 teaspoon of hibiscus flower powder
  • 1 teaspoon of Lavender Powder
  • 1 teaspoon of French green clay
  • Yogurt, honey and water.

Method: Mix the powder well in a bowl. Add your choice of yogurt and add water to the powder to form a thick paste.

Apply: You have to apply the mask all over the face and leave the eye area clear. Let it set for few minutes until it is dry. Once it is dry rinse it with water.

How Often You Should Do This: You can use this mask 2-3 times a month to exfoliate your skin.

Why This Works: This pack works best because it exfoliates your skin and hibiscus heals all type of skin problems.

Caution: Avoid using the mask near the eye area. Also do not let the face mask dry to much otherwise the clay will absorb all your moisture.

Benefits: Hibiscus acts as an antioxidant which helps in clearing your skin and also helps in healing it.

2. Clay And Hibiscus Face Mask:

Clay has skin tightening properties which can be useful to lift up the skin with hibiscus having many benefits to the skin.

Things you will Need:

  • 4teaspoon of hibiscus tea or dried hibiscus
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar
  • 6 tablespoons of bentonite clay
  • Water.

Method: Add dried hibiscus in a grinder and grind it until you make powder. Now add 2 tablespoon of this powder. Mix well with apple cider vinegar and honey to form a paste.

Apply: Apply this mask after exfoliating the face in an even layer and let it dry. Rinse it with warm water.

How Often You Should Do This: You can use this mask 2-3 times a month to add moisture your skin.

Why This Works: This pack works best because it moisturizes your skin and cider vinegar lightens your skin tone.

Caution: Exfoliate your skin before you apply this mask otherwise your skin might turn purple.

Benefits: Hibiscus acts as an antioxidant which helps in clearing your skin and apple cider vinegar clears your skin and add glow to it.

3. Aloe Vera Hibiscus Face Mask:

As the benefits of hibiscus are known to use aloe Vera clears the skin and softens the skin this hibiscus face pack is easy to make and apply.

Things you will Need:

  • 1teaspoon of dried hibiscus,
  • Aloe vera gel and yogurt
  • ¼ cup of brown rice.
  • Water.

Method: Add dried hibiscus in grinder and grinder it to make a powder. And add 2 teaspoons of this dried powder to the rice and add enough amounts of yogurt and aloe Vera gel and mix well.

Apply: Apply this face pack all over your face. Leave the eye area and let it dry. Leave it for 10-15 minutes. Rinse it with warm water.

How Often You Should Do This: You can use this mask once in a week to add moisture to your skin.

Why This Works: This mask works because it serves the best properties of aloe Vera, brown rice and yogurt. Yogurt adds moisture to the skin and aloe Vera clears the blemishes. Brown rice helps to maintain the elasticity of skin and reduces rashes.

Caution: Do not use the mask around the eye area.

Benefits: hibiscus helps in clearing your skin and the brown rice reduces the skin inflammation. Aloe Vera adds moisture to the skin and hibiscus cleans the skin.

Above mentioned are the few types of hibiscus face packs which are very easy to make and store as well. These masks are very helpful in maintain the moisture of the face, adding glow and maintain the elasticity of the face.