Homemade Brightening Pumpkin Face Mask (Only 3 Ingredients, Also Great as a Hair Mask)

This DIY pumpkin face mask is so easy and quick to make that I find myself gravitating towards it during autumn months all the time. It leaves my skin brighter, smoother, and more glowy. If you have acne scars or hyperpigmentation, you’re going to love it!

All you need is around 3 tbsp of raw pumpkin, 1 small egg, and 1 tbsp of raw honey.

Leave the mask on for 20 mins, wash off, and reveal beautiful skin underneath. I usually apply the remaining mask onto my dry hair and it works really well, too!

Thanks so much for watching!

Simply yours,
Vita xx

Comments

  1. How often do you put mask on ur face? I use all of ur tips, I have been doing OCM for 8 months now, skin has never been better, but how about scrub and mask? Do we really need it? Or is it just optional? What do u recommend?

    I do OCM, I use serums u suggest, I even follow ur hair routine:P cause I am wavy/curly too. I was just wondering if it’s necessary to use mask/[eeling and what is bothering me is the fact that I could make my skin worse. Can I? Can I harm her by doing masks/peelings? Of course, I use only natural (non sls, paraffin, silicones) cosmetics.

    Thank you:*

    • I try to use some kind of face mask once a week or so, but lately I’ve been quite lazy and haven’t done it for a long time. But generally, once a week is a great idea. My skin really doesn’t like scrubs, so I don’t use any. Whenever I tried to use a scrub in the past, I could just feel that it was irritating my skin too much. I feel that using the OCM with a muslin cloth from time to time is all the exfoliation my skin needs. It removes all the dead skin cells and clogs perfectly. I wouldn’t use peelings, but gentle masks geared towards sensitive or dry skin are great. Hope this helps! <3

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