6 Different Floral Face Masks You Can Try At Home

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When it comes to applying face masks and packs, what better than something fragrant and natural like fresh flower, instead of over-the-counter packs that come with the side effects of harmful and harsh chemicals?

These packs infused with garden-fresh flowers are not just affordable, but also come with several skin benefits. Some of them help in natural skin exfoliation and deeply cleanse the skin. They also provide some safeguards against sun damage.

They are rich in essential skin nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and essential oils that keep the skin healthy and well-nourished. Applying flower masks regularly on the skin helps in rejuvenating it and keep it glowing.

Here Are Some Of The Amazing Floral Masks You Can Easily Try At Home:

1. Lotus Face Mask:

Ingredients:

4-5  Lotus Petals
½   Tbsp Gram Flour

Preparation:

Crush the lotus petal and mix with the gram flour and a little water. Apply on your face and leave for 15 minutes. Wash off with water.

How It Works:

Lotus or nelumbo Nucifera is beneficial in getting healthy and glowing skin. It works as a skin conditioner and naturally moisturizes the skin.

2. Hibiscus Mask:

Ingredients:

2-3 Hibiscus Flowers
1 Tbsp Oatmeal
2 Drops Tea Tree Oil

Preparation:

Infuse the hibiscus petals in water and keep them overnight. Mash it in the morning and mix it with the other ingredients. Apply on your face and leave it for 15 minutes. Wash off with water.

How It Works:

Hibiscus is a powerful antioxidant and is enriched with alpha-hydroxy acids which aid in the regeneration of skin cells.

You can use it for its various skin benefits like reducing wrinkles, working as a natural sunscreen, moisturizing properties, ability to reduce acne, skin firming, and providing an even tone to the skin.

3. Jasmine Face Mask:

Ingredients:

5-6 Jasmine Flowers
1 Tbsp Yogurt

Preparation:

Crush the jasmine and mix it with yogurt. Apply on your face and neck and leave for 15 minutes. Rinse off with tepid water.

How It Works:

Jasmine has a pleasant fragrance. It is full of antiseptic, antibacterial, and antiviral values. It helps in making the skin softer, reducing acne and safeguarding the skin against damages and infections, and moisturizes the skin.

4. Marigold Face Mask:

Ingredients:

2 Tbsp Crushed Marigold Petals
2 Tbsp Milk

Ingredients:

Soak the petals in the milk overnight and grind them together the next day. Apply on your face and leave it to dry. Wash off with lukewarm water.

How It Works:

Marigold soothes the skin against sunburns and other inflammation reduces warts and skin ulcers and helps in healing minor burns, cuts, and blisters,s and aids in reversing the signs of aging.

5. Rose Face Mask:

Ingredients:

8-10 Rose Petals
1 Tbsp Milk

Preparation:

Crush the rose petals and mix them with the milk. Apply on your face, neck, and under-eye areas and leave for 15 minutes. Wash off with water.

How It Works:

Rose has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, hydrating, and fragrant properties. Applying rose petals to the skin is effective in reducing acne and scars and soothe the skin from inflammation and sunburn. It is a natural moisturizer that also has aromatic properties.

6. Sunflower Face Pack:

Ingredients:

10- 12 Sunflower Petals
1 Tbsp Tomato Pulp

Preparation:

Crush the flower petals and mix them with the tomato pulp. Apply on your face and neck and leave for 10 minutes.

How It Works:

Applying this sunflower-based facial mask regularly helps in reducing wrinkles, fine lines, and dark circles under the eyes.

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