DIY: Rainbow Facial Masks with Whole Foods

Hello Friends! In this post I bring you some very easy DIY face masks you can make from items already in your kitchen! I’ve made a mask corresponding to every color in the rainbow with real whole food ingredients. Lets get started!Rainbow Masks! Where The Kale GrowsPink: Sweet Rose Clay Mask

Best with a cuppa tea and a good book!

Ingredients:

  • Clay Powder
  • Rose Tea
  • Rose Oil

Benefits:

  • Removes Impurities
  • Softening
  • Balancing

Applied with a brush for even application; wash off with warm water when mask is almost dry (for super oily skin, wait until completely dry)

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Red: Wine Fermented Clay Mask

For best results…have a glass as well!

Ingredients:

  • Red Wine
  • Clay Powder

Benefits:

  • pH balancing
  • Nourishing
  • Removes Impurities

Applied with a brush for even application; wash off with warm water when mask is almost dry (for super oily skin, wait until completely dry)

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Orange: Peach Sugar Scrub Mask

Best with fresh peaches from your local farmers market!

Ingredients:

  • Fresh Ripe Peaches
  • Raw Honey
  • Aloevera Gel
  • Sugar (Raw or Palm or even salt)

Benefits:

  • Exfoliation
  • Hydration
  • Softening

Applied with fingers and worked gently into skin to remove dead skin cells. Jump right into the shower for a heavenly peach scented experience. Warning: this one is messy.

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Yellow: Egg White and Oatmeal Mask

Ingredients:

  • Egg Whites
  • Raw Honey
  • Oats (GF if you are sensitive or intolerant to gluten)

Benefits:

  • Hydrating
  • Tightening
  • Softening
  • Mild Exfoliating

I used a milk-frother to whip my egg whites into more of a meringue so I’d have more of a paste. Feel free to separate this mask into it’s constituents to use singly. Warning: This one is messy.

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Green: Matcha Tea Tree Clay Mask

Best with a cuppa green tea! Did you know that Matcha is the powdered leaf form of green tea that is significantly higher in caffeine and antioxidants than regular brewed green tea? Plus it contains an amino acid that acts as a muscle relaxant to minimize the jittery feeling of caffeine.

Ingredients:

  • Clay Powder
  • Green Tea Matcha Powder
  • Tea Tree Oil

Benefits:

  • Good for Acne prone skin
  • Removes Impurities
  • Fights Free Radicals
  • Reduces Facial Water Retention

Applied with a brush for even application; wash off with warm water when mask is almost dry (for super oily skin, wait until completely dry) * This is my favorite one*

Whole Foods Rainbow Facial Masks: Where The Kale GrowsIMG_3740Whole Foods Rainbow Facial Masks: Where The Kale GrowsBlue: Spirulina Honey Mask

Add Sea Salt to make a luxurious ocean scrub! Mermaid tail not included.

Ingredients:

  • Raw Honey
  • Aloevera Gel
  • Spirulina Powder

Benefits:

  • Hydrating
  • Fights Free Radicals
  • Softening

Applied with a brush for even application; wash off with warm water when mask has dried.

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Purple/Indigo: Blueberry Honey Mask

Best with Organic blueberries!

Ingredients:

  • Blueberries
  • Aloevera Gel
  • Raw Honey

Benefits:

  • Softening
  • Fights Free Radicals
  • Hydrating
  • Calming

Applied with a brush for even application; wash off with warm water when mask has dried. Use an immersion blender or heat blueberries in microwave and mash for best pureed results.

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If you’ve made it this far and are sill wondering where I got my kitty ear headband look no further than Etude House on Amazon. Comes in other colors as well.

Thanks for stopping by! I wish you all good skin days and until next time,

Jacki

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